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4 July 2020

Links

  1. The Last Psychiatrist: Luxury Branding The Future Leaders Of The World

    From 2011. A fun read, superficially about Patek Philippe’s advertising. (via Dan Hon)

  2. Responsively App | A Web developer’s browser

    View a web page at several different device sizes simultaneously, with synchronised movements and clicks. Seems brilliant. (via Waxy)

  3. Moving to zsh – Scripting OS X

    This was helpful. Yes, I’ve just upgraded to Catalina. Hello 2019.

Tweets

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @johngoldin Thanks. A bit harder to read than the simple list though (for me, anyway).

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @alexforey These are lovely!

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @Pepys_Diaries @samuelpepys 1667

  • philgyford’s avatar

    I wish I’d seen charts like this weeks ago. I’m sure one could quibble over details but in the absence of clear, simple guidelines I’ve almost given up trying to decide whether it’s OK to do certain things. twitter.com/devisridhar/st…

    devisridhar’s avatar

    Bars/pubs are THE highest risk for virus to spread as US states like Texas and California have painfully learned. Repeating others’ mistakes instead of learning from them.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @jr_carpenter @samuelpepys In case you weren’t aware, that’s from a parody account pepysdiary.com/news/2020/03/2…

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @mrvagabondy @samuelpepys In case you weren’t aware, that’s from a parody account pepysdiary.com/news/2020/03/2…

  • Liked tweets

  • aanand’s avatar

    This prompted me to go on a MacOS nostalgia trip and now I’m bathing my mind in this tiled pattern

  • SeanMaguir’s avatar

    Love this picture of a family of evacuees fleeing World War 2 - shows that even in a crisis family is everything.

  • alexforey’s avatar

    I made a thing! They’re LED matrix displays that connect to the internet and show some fun/useful info. Been working on these for a few months now and excited to show them off!

  • devisridhar’s avatar

    Bars/pubs are THE highest risk for virus to spread as US states like Texas and California have painfully learned. Repeating others’ mistakes instead of learning from them.

  • nicolarushton’s avatar

    Does anyone ever buy this book or does it just spontaneously appear in an office as soon as the first designer is hired?