As designers, it is our job to question why elements should exist. — Why I’m Done with Social Media Buttons - Sam Solomon
I don’t think anyone can put as much pressure on me as I put on myself. — Shaun White via The New York Times
Found an old Soup Kitch’n snowboard clothing company tag. They had some pretty cool designs. Too bad they went under.
Great copy doesn’t remind people what they already know and expect about your product, it tells them why they should care. — Writing tip: say the opposite by Jason Z. of 37signals
"I think that the Americans in particular have not felt the need to go beyond their borders. There was a saying in the past that to an average American, export is the transfer of goods from one state to another."
— Anand Panyarachun, Thai Businessman
Quality is everything which is valued by customers.
All companies that grow really big do so in only one way: people recommend the product or service to other people. — The Only Way to Grow Huge - Sam Altman
The road to someday leads to a town of nowhere. — Tony Robins
Baked Calve’s Hearts and Sweet Potato Puff were on the menu for a Thursday dinner in 1929. Via the Modernistic Recipe-Menu Book of the Deboth Homemakers Cooking School.
I just found out we’re getting a new patient at work who fell through a screen door. He strained himself. — My amigo, Raleigh via FB
Early Tucker Sno-cat “snow jeep” from the 1930s used an auger to drive the vehicle forward.
Location: Somewhere in Sierra Nevada Mountains in Northern California.
Assume for purposes of discussion that there was widespread drinking at this party," Gansler told the Sun. "How is that relevant to me? … The question is, do I have any moral authority over other people’s children at beach week in another state? I say no.
— Our society is so confused.
Either choice he makes, the public is going to judge him harshly for making the wrong choice. It would be nice for people in high positions to stand up to the judgers and say, “You know what, you guys (high schoolers) can do better than this. I expect better of you and you should expect better of yourself.”
Yosemite celebrates it’s 123rd birthday.
(Sadly, it also closes today because of government shutdowns.)
P.s. This is my 123rd post.