Here’s what has been going on since I’ve been away,
The Society for Neuroscience has some cool and interesting atricles on how the brain functions.
This Table of Condiments demonstrates all the good things the Internet is for.
Top designers give their opinion about Type on the web and where it’s going.
We remembered how much we like the twothirty.com website. They have the best prose i’ve ever encountered. Reading it just makes me want to work with them on something… doesn’t matter what, just something.
Ping O Matic pings all those websites you can’t really keep up with. Nice!
UML State Diagrams… we remember having to mess with those things back in school…
Matt illustrates just why it is especially important for Christians to avoid online theft.
the Osil8 Minneapolis sign project surfaced again.
Christians are denied the same rights are other Americans.
Overcaffeinated.net is pretty funny, and happens to like comics. His own little web comic is funny, if a bit crude, so beware.
Peter Pipers Color Picker lets you practice picking out color schemes using tried and true principles of color theory. As a bonus, it’s a good a way to test color themes.
Color Match Remix is the successor to Color Match (i like to this on my links page). You can save themes, export the values to text files, and a host of other additions. Very nice.
Also, I hope you’ve been watching the photoblogs lately, cause they’ve been doing a phenomenal job. To many good photos to point out here, but kudos.