Randy Gregory II
*Tenorion musical web toy.
This is a good way to waste 15 minutes.
Social Software Sundays #2 – The Evaporative Cooling Effect « Bumblebee Labs Blog
It occurs when the most high value contributors to a community realize that the community is no longer serving their needs any more and so therefore, leave. When that happens, it drops the general quality of the community down such that the next most high value contributors now find the community underwhelming.
Image sourced from Google.
Glitch created with http://snorpey.github.io/jpg-glitch/
21st Century version of the Maslow pyramid
Haven’t made a glitch in a while. This uses some python scripts off a website, along with some Photoshop offset.
(via A Brillliant Idea to Keep Escalator Obstructers to the Right - Jenny Xie - The Atlantic Cities)
Hmm. I wonder where he got this from.
54. Parallel Signage
Currently, the signs in the subway are perpendicular to the car. As a result, it’s actually tougher to see where you are if you’re on the train.
If the signs were parallel to the subway line, it would be easier for travelers to figure out where they are. And this how the signs were originally intended to be installed, as per Bob Noorda & Massimo Vignelli…but designer suggestions can only go so far.
Big thanks to Hamish Smyth of Pentagram for the idea.
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