Thought via Path
It’s 20° here tonight. So warm. And no, that’s not sarcasm. I really mean that. – Read on Path.
Today we learned that in the 1930s some people entertained large crowds by skating in giant frying pans with slabs of bacon on their feet. It may not be the most efficient way to fry bacon for a big group of people, but it sure is novel.
We aren’t aware of any contemporary bacon skaters, so this seems to have been a fleeting craze, which is a shame. Professional Bacon Skater would look awesome on a résumé.
New Tumblr for iOS 7 is out and it’s good!
“Great product design deserves to be experienced as is — not with a bumper and boundaries around it,” says Brian Kalma, president at high-tech business wear startup Ministry of Supply. “I’m not buying a phone so it doesn’t break. I’m buying a phone because I want to use it; I want to feel it; I want to experience the product. That’s what’s so special particularly about Apple products.”
Slack brings all your team communication into one place, instantly searchable, available wherever you go.
For the past few months we’ve been working hard on a feature a whole lot of you requested: highlights. Today, we’re happy to...