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inspirationmobile:

Google Material Design Google+ | Dribbble | Behance | Twitter | http://ramotion.com

inspirationmobile:

Google Material Design 


Google+ | Dribbble | Behance | Twitter | http://ramotion.com

flatironschool:

Last month, we were so excited to work with Fog Creek Software to provide to eight newly-graduated Flatiron women with Fog Creek mentors and a seriously nice co-working spot.

Today, the news gets even better! Stack Exchange has joined the Fellowship to offer another eight Flatiron women…

garfieldminusgarfield:

G-G the book - G-G on Facebook - G-G on Twitter
Balsamiq Support

layervault:

When it comes to rapid wireframing tools, Balsamiq is the world’s favorite. Since its inception, it’s been one of the easiest ways to build an interface. Today, we are rolling out support for Balsamiq (.bmml) files.

If you have any questions about Balsamiq support, please get in touch. If you’d like to try it out, sign up for LayerVault for free.

What were you raised by wolves?

mangrovecity:

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Oh god
I don’t know what to feel

yancey:

The first first-year: 2001 — 2002

This is when Perry had the idea for Kickstarter. He was living in New Orleans, wanted to throw a Kruder & Dorfmeister concert during JazzFest, but didn’t have the means to pull it together. This led him to imagine a system where he could propose something…

dieselreboot:

#dieseltribute remixed by munafo-mtw

dieselreboot:

#dieseltribute remixed by munafo-mtw

natgeofound:

Two children sit on a horse surrounded by scotch broom in Crescent City, California, June 1929.Photograph by Charles Martin, National Geographic

natgeofound:

Two children sit on a horse surrounded by scotch broom in Crescent City, California, June 1929.Photograph by Charles Martin, National Geographic

sethw:

It seems this post and photo (from 2010) is getting some attention on Tumblr again.

When I look at that timestamp, this was just weeks after I left NYC. I had no idea what I was going to be facing. The miles, the sweat, the cold, the hills, the heartbreak, the agony, the loneliness.

Which is why, today, I’m so wary of photos like these. They’re a moment trapped in time. If you followed my adventures (and a lot of you reading this have) you know my story. You’ve kept up. My entire journey is much more than this photo. My life, at this point, is not because of what I have, but because of what I’ve learned.

You can whittle your possessions down to fit into your back pocket, but you better learn how to fall asleep on an overnight Greyhound bus, too.

You can own just two pair of pants, but can you figure out what to do with a seven hour layover from your bus and your train in Pittsburgh at midnight? Where will you sleep? Ever sleep in an Amtrak waiting lounge?

You can own the coolest bike and fancy made-in-America boots, but do you have the conversational skill-set to leave ALL YOUR BAGS with people you don’t know and walk 1/2 a mile to the nearest quick mart?

These photos are alluring, I know. But here I am, three years later, to tell you don’t be seduced by them. It’s not black and white, it’s not you’re a minimalist or you’re not. Stop reading the blog posts, stop LIKING the images, and spend fucking $50 on a round trip bus ticket. Be careful. Be wary. Be open. But fucking do it.

You’re learn more from that one trip than you will by spending another year “dreaming of hitting the open road.”

sethw:

It seems this post and photo (from 2010) is getting some attention on Tumblr again.

When I look at that timestamp, this was just weeks after I left NYC. I had no idea what I was going to be facing. The miles, the sweat, the cold, the hills, the heartbreak, the agony, the loneliness.

Which is why, today, I’m so wary of photos like these. They’re a moment trapped in time. If you followed my adventures (and a lot of you reading this have) you know my story. You’ve kept up. My entire journey is much more than this photo. My life, at this point, is not because of what I have, but because of what I’ve learned.

You can whittle your possessions down to fit into your back pocket, but you better learn how to fall asleep on an overnight Greyhound bus, too.

You can own just two pair of pants, but can you figure out what to do with a seven hour layover from your bus and your train in Pittsburgh at midnight? Where will you sleep? Ever sleep in an Amtrak waiting lounge?

You can own the coolest bike and fancy made-in-America boots, but do you have the conversational skill-set to leave ALL YOUR BAGS with people you don’t know and walk 1/2 a mile to the nearest quick mart?

These photos are alluring, I know. But here I am, three years later, to tell you don’t be seduced by them. It’s not black and white, it’s not you’re a minimalist or you’re not. Stop reading the blog posts, stop LIKING the images, and spend fucking $50 on a round trip bus ticket. Be careful. Be wary. Be open. But fucking do it.

You’re learn more from that one trip than you will by spending another year “dreaming of hitting the open road.”