The 25 Most Audacious Companies by Inc Magazine -
These companies were not selected because they followed the pack or crowd. They were selected because they take risks and believe their company can do more.
It’s these type of companies that know how to experiment and discover the possibilities.
Now what if a company was both audacious and stubborn… Stubborn in that they will always stick to their craziness.
Being audacious is a start.
The Evolution of Video Game Controllers (larger)
Warby Parker: Welcome to 121 Greene! -
We’re incredibly excited to open the doors to our flagship store in New York this weekend. Shopping for glasses should be like browsing at a library: quick, easy, and especially fun to do with a friend in tow.
Inspired by classic libraries, the space is lined with books (and…
b.jonw.com: Making a physical product. -
I had been kicking around the idea for some kind of space themed dice game for a while. I thought it would be a really nice metaphor for what actually happens when galaxies are formed. The dice represent balls of matter floating around the universe. Sometimes they bump into other balls of matter…
On April 3, 1988, the Los Angeles Times Magazine published a 25-year look ahead to 2013.
(Source: Los Angeles Times)
Digg Blog: We're Building A Reader -
Like many of you, we were dismayed to learn that Google will be shutting down its much-loved, if under-appreciated, Google Reader on July 1st. Through its many incarnations, Google Reader has remained a solid and reliable tool for those who want to ensure they are getting the best from their…
Introducing a New Article Experience
Since copywriting is interface design, you can do an awful lot of great design in a text editor. Don’t worry about where things will go, or how they will fit. Worry about explaining it clearly and then build the rest of the interface around that explanation. — Jason Fried
RubyMotion Success Story: Jukely -
Bora Celik and Andrew Cornett created Jukely for music lovers to get hand-picked recommendations for local live music concerts and to discover new music. They used RubyMotion to create a visually stunning app that has already hit 5 stars in the app store!
We sat down with Bora to…
Offscreen Magazine: Offscreen × Watsi: our first fundraiser! -
With so much love we received from you guys over the last year, it’s time to give something back. I’m happy to announce the first ever Offscreen Fundraiser!
Half of all profits of the month of March will be donated to Watsi to help them fund urgent, low-cost medical treatments for…