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Dave Shea
designweb design 144,957 followers
So maybe I'll just reformat this disk instead.
"Why isn't there a white history month?" "Why isn't there straight pride? "Why don't people take meninism seriously?"
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New neighbour picked a bad day to move in.
I've been quite enjoying the @InVisionApp blog at but this tab-hijacking has to stop.
Pretty much the best I've come up with for enthusiastic skepticism.
Just coding up a new site in the sun in March.
My Visa's signature panel has been like this for months now. Guess how many times that has been a problem.
My Centennial hops are already growing leaves. Hoping for better results in year 2 of these plants.
It is, of course, an established tradition to stop at midway points during beard removal. Tonight: the Tony Stark.
What the hell, cat. It's sugar. Cats don't like sugar. Why would you even
Getting sick of this never-ending Canadian winter.
I think I get what that's supposed to be, but all I see is tentacle.
Essential hydration stop @YellowDogBeer before the final 25km push.
Good day to go discover new places. Hello, Pitt Lake.
RIP winter 2014. We barely knew you.
Ever wonder if carousels are effective on mobile? We captured 7.5M interactions to find out:…
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Should be required signage in every conference room
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Spent the evening hanging out with @brewdog at @mainstreetbeer. Fun Thursday.
Some people go to the Caribbean to escape the winter. I may be doing this wrong.
The moment you know without a doubt that scammy link bait sites' business models rely on accidental clicks.
Save this for the next time you start feeling down about the art direction a client provides.