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Somebody leaked me this video… it demonstrates how to crack-open the mac mini’s casing, which makes all parts available to the user via further disassembly screws. I’m not sure if it’s legal for me to post this or not, but here it is! (until I hear differently, this will remain available here.)

Once again, it’s time for some beats

chrisziegler:

A wise man once said, “shut up and let the music do the talking.” So that’s exactly what I’m going to do.


The when and the how 002 by Chrisziegler on Mixcloud

forrst:

Late Friday evening we had to disable the ability to post new Snaps, due to high error rates when pushing to Amazon S3. While we work through this issue, there is a work around.

If you can upload your snaps to your own hosting provider, you can embed them in ‘Question’ or ‘Link’ type posts. You…

betashop:

Ryan Kim over at Gigaom just reported on Fab’s mobile usage. He notes:

  • 30% of Fab’s usage is now via Fab’s mobile apps.
  • Fab’s iPad users spend much more on average per order vs. web, iPhone, and Android users.
  • Fab’s mobile users convert to purchasers at much higher rates vs. web.

After…

bryanbellportfolio:

My Tap Tap Handiwork made it on the iPhone Demo Site! 

bryanbellportfolio:

My Tap Tap Handiwork made it on the iPhone Demo Site! 

mattwaite:

A whole herd of people are learning to program this year through free weekly lessons via email from Code Year. Some, like me, are interested in new lessons and approaches. Some people are starting from scratch. I have a word of advice to you, one I need to follow myself, as you get started on…

Users fell 5% to 8.5 million in January from 8.9 million in December, according to data from Nielsen Online… “Social networking is as much about who isn’t on the site as who is - when Tory MPs and major corporations start profiles on Facebook, its brand is devalued, driving its core user base into the arms of newer and more credible alternatives,” he said.
So it begins when the uncool join. (via inevitable)

newsme:

(This post is the second in News.me’s ongoing series, “Getting the News.” In our efforts to understand everything about social news, we’re reaching out to writers and thinkers we like to ask them how they get their daily news. Read the first post here. See all of the posts here.)

ourrisd:

Dean Brian Smith of RISD Continuing Education just gave me our spring catalogue of courses for adults, teens, and children. There’s quite a few offerings there that span a wide array of creative pursuits. -JM

ourrisd:

Dean Brian Smith of RISD Continuing Education just gave me our spring catalogue of courses for adults, teens, and children. There’s quite a few offerings there that span a wide array of creative pursuits. -JM

votizen:

There’s a reason changing our system of government is slow going. I like to think of the government as a big, complicated machine. We citizens are the users. What we’ve always lacked is a well-designed user interface. That’s not a surprise when you consider the era in which our system was…