Checkout Manu Topic's amazing art of rock balancing on 500px.
Chrome's new design has been released for two weeks now. Usually a redesign of a daily app would bring lots of hate initially but eventually you just get used to it. Strangely, I fell in love with this new design since the first second.
The only thing I don't like this the "Find in page" box on desktop. The box really feels disconnected from the Chrome itself, and I'm still not used to it:
Ben Thompson at his best, wrote about EU's new Copyright Directive:
In fact, examining where it is that the EU’s new Copyright Directive goes wrong — not just in terms of policy, but also for the industries it seeks to protect — hints at a new way to regulate, one that works with the fundamental forces unleashed by the Internet, instead of against them.
I really love the new affordance on the now playing screen.
I know there will always be something missing in the summer. But I couldn't imagine this summer might last forever. Thank you, @benthompson and @jamesallworth. I enjoyed every single episode of Exponent.
When you are wondering why this cup of cold brew coffee tasted so delicious, and then realizing this was not a cup of cold brew coffee, but a cup of cold brew coffee concentrate: party on!
I miss the brief time in history when you could just update your gravatar profile image and all your presence on the internet will be updated. Now it's like I am on five thousand social networks and I probably forget there are five thousand more where I only registered once and never come back to them.
Vertical mice are amazing. They are so comfortable. The extra buttons they usually come with are quite handy too. And surprisingly, there is no learning curve at all. Why didn't I try one earlier?
Twitter is shutting down their streaming API, without replacements for third parties to implement Push notifications. Shame.
These days, the only thing makes Twitter usable for me is Tweetbot.
Super inspiring! Can't wait to see this journey.