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This owl was drawn by Dorota Pankowska using 13 circles, like Twitter’s Bird Logo: If you can make a bird out of circles, then you can probably make all sorts of animals. I wanted to add something more design-based to … Continue reading

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Why Super Mario Run costs $9.99

Because you’re not nagged with screens like this: Nor screens like this: I’ve been playing Super Mario Run the past few days and haven’t regretted paying $9.99 to get the full version. Yes, that’s above average when compared to other … Continue reading

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Two Point Perspective Drawing Hack

As a kid I used to make loads of these kind of images. Pencil in one hand, ruler in the other. Turns out I could’ve ditched the ruler: (via)

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Google PhotoScan

Don’t just take a picture of a picture. Create enhanced digital scans, with automatic edge detection, perspective correction, and smart rotation. PhotoScan stitches multiple images together to remove glare and improve the quality of your scans. PhotoScan by Google (iOS) … Continue reading

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Stranger Things Fanart Poster

Magnificent work by Amien Juugo: Fanart poster for Stranger Things →

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205,000 Verified Twitter Accounts and 19,000,000 Connections Between Them

click to enlarge The mapping nerd in me would love to see a geo-accurate version of this … From Analyzing 205,718 Verified Twitter Users

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Manhattanhenge, New York City’s coolest sunset of the year

A few days ago the sunset in Manhattan was perfectly aligned with the east–west streets of its main street grid: The phenomenon happens only twice a year, in May and July. The nickname, coined by Neil DeGrasse Tyson, an astrophysicist … Continue reading

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Lumberjack vs. Web Developer


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The Practical Developer Book Covers

Here’s a few of the book covers @ThePracticalDev has been tweeting: Worth a read if you’d ask me 😂 More covers over at @ThePracticalDev

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Classic Programmer Paintings

“Operations and Developers agreeing on Git workflow”Jacques-Louis David, 1796-1799, Oil on Canvas Classic Programmer Paintings →

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