Friday Link Pack

In this Build talk, Jason Santa Maria teaches us to look at typefaces with a discerning eye, different approaches to typographic planning, how typography impacts the act of reading, and how to choose and combine appropriate typefaces from an aesthetic and technical point of view.

- CheatSheet shows you all the keyboard shortcuts of your currently active application.

- Interesting read: 7 Habits of Web-Savvy Entrepreneurs.

- Yikes: Constantly Online? Mental Problems Await (thank you @popchair)

- Strawfoot, handmade Tote Bags, brought to you by GNTLMN.

- The first 20 employees at Google and what they’re doing now. Interesting. (via @collabfund)

- Picplum, my favorite photo printing sharing service just got better. You can now easily choose between multiple print sizes and add a personal note. Score!

- Don’t be bitter, be better!

- Emily is now taking pre-sale orders for the Brooklyn Quilt! Gaaah!

- The Sparrow Problem – the gold rush is over.

- Like to obsess over perfectly folding your laundry? The Flip Fold is for you!

- The folks at Warby Parker are looking to hire a Front-End Web Developer. I love that company.

- Yum. This Peach Ricotta Tart looks delicious.

- Flashback central: I totally remember my mom having one of these, in bright orange. A laundry basket with folding legs. Brilliant, right?

6 Comments leave a comment below

  1. I have the Flip Fold and it is the perfect device.

  2. Newsweek had an article recently ‘ICrazy” with similar research results. :)

  3. thanks for mentioning Picplum. will try it

  4. Why buy a Flip Fold when you can do this?

  5. Flip and fold is still quicker and makes everything a uniform size, whether it is my sweatshirt or my wife’s t-shirt. But yeah, I guess if you wanted to spend that sort of time to be a pro, go for it. Laundry is simply a hamster wheel to be overcome.

  6. thanks for the cheatsheet hint – perfect app!

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