The culmination of a lot of conversation I've had with fellow artists, designers, and writers. How do we effectively sell Leftist ideology ? How did we get here? What does a new left art look like? What should it's goals be? What's the best way to achieve them?
Remember the Million Dollar Homepage? It's a variation of that idea with 2 main differences: first, we updated the pixel grid to 2016 so now it's a 4K webpage (I suspect it's the first 4K page ever) and second, we don't get to keep any money. We don't even handle any money. You "buy" the pixels by donating to one of 5 different organizations and you just have to send us the receipt. Obligatory Medium post.
My friend Joel and I host a weekly podcast called Not a Real Job, where we discuss online marketing for small businesses and entrepreneurs. It's roughly 20–30 minutes a week, so it's perfect for your commute. It's funny, a bit goofy, and (hopefully) useful. [more inside]
Calling all young creatives (18-25)! This competition is your chance to learn the art of the client pitch from an industry rock star and see your work go live in support of a great cause, Road Recovery Foundation. Best of all, it's free to enter! But time is running out—entries are due March 18... [more inside]
I have been collecting screenshots of clever stunts and UI details in web apps and thought I'd make it a tumblog and generally available. What can I improve? Thanks for all suggestions (and even submissions of course)
Ever wonder what the patterns of red color on peaches of nectarines are about? Do you know when you should put stone fruit in the fridge - and when you shouldn't? You knew about stems and pits, but did you now that peaches, plums, and nectarines have cheeks — and shoulders? Here's everything you didn't realize you wanted to know about peaches, plums, and nectarines. [more inside]
I spent seven months this year reading every article published since the ’90s on lesbian and gay incomes and earnings. Shocker! Claims by gay marketers to the contrary, gay males earn less on average than straight males, while lesbians on average earn more. This project summarizes the research in plain language in one convenient location. (Especially valuable for journalists, who love to reiterate the claims of gay marketers without fact-checking them.)