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“What a fuckin’ wreck the mid-’90s were with this discombobulated, puked-out David Carson garbage…”
Friends and fellow Boulderites Quick Left know their dev stuff, and—apparently—their cupcakes.
People, this is serious. Hunch further over your standing desk and be sure to read this.
I’ve been a fan of Joshua Allen (@fireland on Twitter) for quite a while. He just launched a new project called Ten Sexy Ladies. They’re collections of short pieces of prose and at the end of each one, he gives the story/experience/subject-matter a rating from One to Ten Sexy Ladies. You want to be reading this.
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Like many of you, I’m excited for the iPhone 4, but I’m patiently waiting for the glorious-looking white version.
Check it: isthewhitenewshinyavailableyet.com
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Today, Happy Magic Fun Time, the blog of internet pundit and celebrity developer Kenny Meyers turned 1 year old (I think that’s something like 100 in internet years). Kenny approached me awhile ago and asked me to help him with a new book he was writing, announced today in celebration of his blog’s birthday.
I’m really happy with how things turned out. The new book is called, Businessing and you can download and read a sample chapter of it right now. It’s the last business book you’ll ever need to buy. If you have never bought one, it’s the first and last.
“If you’re not familiar with programming… [all] you need to know is that you need to use Rails, and then you are very Agile.”
I did the book design and marketing site design for the project, while Kenny handled all the code magic. That said, as a Rails
douche guy, I’m particularly fond of essay #6, Be agile. Pure brilliance.
So, help us a spread the word, check out the sample chapter, but most of all, be sure to:
Astute analysis, as always.