Free online guide, which seems quite good, but… all that attention to detail and he makes it almost impossible to tell what’s a link. Bloody Designer designers. (via Daring Fireball)
YAY! A new type of email notification from Twitter I can opt out of on all my accounts one-by-one! BRILLIANT! (nb: may not be brilliant)
@engineeringdept I (and Spotify) don’t have it… Happy to relinquish the speakers to someone who has it, but has no Lighthouse Family.
@littlecabaret The last time I checked there were also other hallmarks.
@mondoagogo I couldn’t possibly comment.
“I’ll like this one. Oh, I’ve liked that already.” “Or maybe I liked it?” “Shall I like this one…? OK, I’ve liked it now.”
@dotcode Yeah, thanks, it’d be interesting to see what they find important. Easy to take this stuff for granted.
@dotcode Wow. What kind of questions?
A metaphor that was also pushed to the same limit by the same company a year ago, with a previous name change: web.archive.org/web/2012091821…
Not quite an Incredible Journey (just a name change) but this certainly pushes the metaphor to the limit: edgecase.com
@littlecabaret It might be worth logging in just to remove an un-needed apostrophe for them. I know you want to.