A place for neat links I'd like to share. In no particular order.
An illustrated collection of fables concerning the Art and Philosophy of software development, written in the spirit of Zen kōans.
Take calculated risks and learn as much as you can.
The story of an unconventional audio gear company. The founder also happens to run a digital marketing agency.
An idiosyncratic and A E S T H E T I C portfolio. Type designs from another dimension.
Simple, thorough process documentation and writing about developing typefaces.
Great process advice, especially for freelancers.
Build up to something big. Brutalist interface, surprisingly elegant and affecting.
Web version of the classic Brian Eno lateral thinking tool.
I love the curiousity and sense of play in these experiments. The kind of developers I want to work with.
tilde.club is not a social network it is one tiny totally standard unix computer that people respectfully use together in their shared quest to build awesome web pages
A collection of not-normal floorplans.
Math problems. One day I will learn enough code to tackle these.
Futility Closet is a collection of entertaining curiosities in history, literature, language, art, philosophy, and mathematics, designed to help you waste time as enjoyably as possible.
An infinite page on which to write... with strangers.
A nice story about reincarnation.
A neat photo.
A lot has changed.
You're dropped into a random location on Earth and must figure out where you are.
What if the aliens landed in Sweden first?
More early new media experiments.
Serious/not-serious trend forecasting. Inventors of normcore. Cool kidz.
Visualizing Earth with GIS data.
Math the way I wish it was taught.
A William Gibson story set in my exact neighborhood.
A handy name generator and word-mashupper for your next startup.
This reminds me of book covers from my childhood.
Coupland-esque Silicon Valley fiction.
Possibly a real product, but it doesn't really matter. I'm just here for the mythology and product storytelling.
Film-industry weirdness from some of the K-HOLE folks. Check out the "My Purge" series.
This guy comes from a very different place than the hip Brutalists on the web right now, but this is a very well reasoned argument for minimal websites. I love Ceglowski's writing in general.
Beautiful site, great storytelling. Pull up a chair.