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I love this stuff. I drew countless 'STAR WARS' logos in my notebooks as a kid. These are much better. :-)
I just found out about this: "Habitat 67", in Montreal, Canada. "It was originally conceived as [a] master's thesis in architecture at McGill University and then built as a pavilion for Expo 67, the World's Fair held from April to October 1967."
You always get the coolest things from World's Fairs.
Enjoy this video of some current Photoshop users trying to use Photoshop 1.0.
Stephen Hackett at 512 Pixels has a great writeup on how the iPad has changed in 5 years — and how much it hasn't. The most striking thing to me is that it's gone from 1/2 inch thick to 1/4 inch. As he points out, "the entire iPad Air 2 is as thick as the sidewall on the original iPad." (Referring to the gently tapered profile of the original iPad.)
Yup, love that too. It's everywhere — computers, cars, and even food.
Detail about fajitas is here:
Chili’s kept the recipe simple and relied primarily on the sizzle to not only turn heads but also trigger a barrage of senses: you hear them, then you notice the smoke and smell the aroma. Add up all of that, and you don’t just taste or see a neat-looking dish with Chili’s sizzling fajitas. You experience it.
No, really. Not being sarcastic here. They really did a great job with this series of fine-art-based ads.
From an interview with Faith Korpi:
I arrange all the app icons in my dock by color because that’s the only way I’ll remember where everything is. I’ve tried sorting them by type and how often I use them, but by color is the only method that doesn’t leave me scanning the whole bar for the icon I’m looking for.