Lent is over. Easter is here. That means it’s Coffee Time!!!
I don’t even recognize the first two icons.
“What Our Saviour Saw from the Cross”
Painting by James Tissot (1886-94) via Plum leaves.
This is how working with new CSS elements feels.
In this video, she’s performing a forgotten Broadway piece, the Alto’s Lament. The song is a medley of the alto and supporting parts of famous Broadway numbers.
We’re extremely excited to announce the launch of Forecast, a new global weather service.
About a year ago, we released a little app for the iPhone and iPad called Dark Sky, attempting to do something new and interesting for weather forecasting, a field we think had become pretty stagnant. Approaching 100k sales, it’s been fairly successful; however, we’ve been continually asked for more: international support, longer-term forecasting, an Android app, and so on.
Rather than cram these things into Dark Sky, we decided to do something grander: create our own full-featured weather service from scratch, complete with 7-day forecasts that cover the whole world, beautiful weather visualizations, and a time machine for exploring the weather in the past and far future. You can access it from all of your devices, whether it be your laptop, iPhone, Android phone, or tablet…
Paris is the Paris of things that other things are the thing of.
— Dan Wineman (@dwineman) January 6, 2009
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Even when the food’s not perfect. Even when the server mixes something up (as long as they fix it). Even when there’s something stinky that comes with the order.