“A tool for generating type-drawing exercises. The system creates a random list of requirements for a typeface, but with relevant criteria.”
A nice post about doing a sketch of a new typeface every day.
A good rant about how much financial advice assumes the advice-seeker’s large level of spending is perfectly fine.
My grandad’s account of surviving the Yokohama Earthquake of 1923. Also, a photo of the old Gyford greengrocer in Ipswich.
@tomtaylor TOM YOU’RE STILL IN THERE! COME OUT! TOM CAN YOU HEAR ME? TOM!
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Reaper.new().arm(‘paveway2’).set_target( prism.get_message(‘a84ec760-cf73-11e2-8b8b-0800200c9a66’).location ).launch()
@Timo The top two things I’m endorsed for too. I guess they’re closer to what I actually do, but still… seem like stupid vague things.
@suegyford But also, I think there was at least a general assumption of some kind of judicial oversight. Not “we can see it all, whenever.”
@suegyford That’s partly what I thought too. But, as someone said, if you think this is a normal thing, that in itself is pretty bad.
@tomcoates That was good! No idea what was going on.
@Preoccupations I find it a bit weird that he’s only upset about spying on Americans.
If learning “the way the world works” causes horror and surprise, maybe the problem isn’t with naïveté, but with the way the world works.