Friday Link Pack

Fantastic short documentary on Colossal Media on how they painted the Etsy mural last December in Soho!

– Let’s fight designjargonbullshit. (via)

Who goes first?

– Seriously honored to have been invited to speak at SXSW on March 10th.

– Install Picturelife on your computer, tablet or smartphone and every photo you take is automatically stored in your Picturelife library. Automatically backed up and accessible from anywhere.

– Search YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion at the same time with i.e. Search result for CreativeMornings. (via)

– “You don’t get credit for being safe in Life!” I actually agree with Ice T here.

– Do you have your elevator pitch down? No? Here’s how you can fix it.

– A Wikipedia list of hoaxes on Wikipedia. Really. (via @donohue)

– What results when 29 interaction design students have the opportunity to contribute to an IxD-focused book list? Here.

– Copenhagen-based designer Ruth Vissing designed a series of typographic posters.

– “How do we run around on the vast field of the internet without being crippled & disfigured by the landmines of hatred?” Amanda Palmer on Internet Hatred.

– Are you looking to hire? Use discount code SWISS2013 to get 50% off an AuthenticJobs listing until Jan 11th.

– Lifehacker shares some awesome tips on making your Google searches more efficient.

– It’s never too late to make art featuring the wonderful Lisa Congdon.

– The NOAA says that 2012 was the hottest year on record.

– A collection of great product videos over on Gimmebar. (via)

Why did infinite scroll fail at Etsy?

– Kevin Kelly on how the internet is expanding the boundaries of the normal and the possible.

2 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Ice T is the bomb…Original Gangsta! Video on my Bookmarks Bar! Thx

  2. Great visuals combined with the perfect length makes for a fabulous little video treat!