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Khoi Vinh
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Just saw the Roger Ebert doc “Life Itself.” Wonderful movie.
Eureka. RT @Devindra: When Watson met Siri: Apple's IBM deal could make Siri smarter
.@IgnitionDeck is a crowdfunding platform that runs on WordPress. They're hiring WP plugin developers.
Designer Andreas Dantz says he's switching away from Sketch because it's so unreliable.
Compare new Airbnb logo with the Habitat logo. via @kylestanding
Social Good Ipsum: alternative to lorem ipsum uses a bunch of do-gooder terms. From @hyperakt.
SeatGeek is hiring a web & mobile designer. You can work in NYC—or anywhere else, but why would you?
Post: quick thoughts on new Airbnb identity, which abstracts ALL the private parts into one.
Hop app for iPhone gives email a chat-like interface.
@khoi Nike has the Swoosh, Airbnb has the Clitballs.
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Did no one check the new Airbnb logo for inadvertent sexual connotations?!
Post: artists create illustrations of the worst viruses in computer history.
Maybe dumb Q: why do stories published on Medium never seem to make it onto Hacker News? Not complaining, wondering.
Psykopaint for iPad lets you paint in "3D."
Monotype acquires @espiekermann's FontShop. Congrats Erik!
Post: The Computer Virus Catalog memorializes famous viruses as art.
BarkCam: photo app for pics of your pooch, has sounds to grab his/her attention.
Schnapps design tool for Sketch and Photoshop makes "time-lapse videos of your designs."
.@Hireology is trying to "end bad hiring decisions," starting with hiring a great UX designer. Work remotely.
Tragic story about the suicide of a Mississippi Tea Party founder.
CardStack's open source card movement is off to a great start with its web site, just launched. Congrats @christse
TextExpander—maybe the most useful desktop utility ever—is 20% off thru the end of July.
Post: wonderful "Black Dogs Project" photographs the pooches most likely to be passed over.
NYMag asks, “Does anyone even want a smartwatch?”