Friday Link Pack

(Jump to 6:28, that’s where the interview between Stephen Colbert and Neil deGrasse Tyson starts. Via organized wonder)

– Behance founder Scott Belsky + Jonathan Fields discuss organizing and empowering the creative world.

– This made me laugh: Capitol Butter Dish.

TIME’s list of 50 best websites of 2012. (So happy to see that Cowbird made the list. )

– Vimeo just introduced a Tip Jar Functionality. Fantastic.

– Just what the world was waiting for, a Cake Divider. With only one simple click you can divide your Cake into 6, 8, 10 or 14 equal pieces.

– The Bow Tie is back and Le Bow Tique sells lots them.

– A fantastic article on Creative Leadership: Humility and Being Wrong by Doug Guthrie

– Khoi asks: Are Design Books Meant to Be Read?

– This is my favorite couples photo I have seen to date.

Questions Jason Fried of 37 Signals asks when reviewing a design. (via Able)

How to be a Table. (via Kate)

500 Worst Passwords Print by Kate Bingaman Burt

– A Side-by-Side Comparison of the 2012 Democratic and Republic Party Platform Documents (via Mandy)

– German government urges public to stop using Internet Explorer. Made me chuckle.

– The Apple iOS 6 Maps are amazing. Not.

– Thew new prix fixe menu at 11 Madison Park comes complete with dessert predicted by magic trick. (via youngna)

3 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Your link for Le Bow Tique is le broken.

  2. http://counternotions.com/2012/09/21/applemaps/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+counternotions+%28counternotions%29

    I can’t believe how many people are poo-pooing Apple maps. It’s new, geez… things take time. Also how awesome is it that you can look around in a 3-d replica of Seattle?

  3. Looks like German government bloked artickle, or it”s just a broken link ?

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