Airbnb has released a revision of its site, which is very 2014 modern in its flatness and active card based structure. It’s interesting, but nothing revolutionary or forward looking inside the Silicon Valley bubble. The best aspect is that we’re finally seeing the transition of the cards interface from services to actual physical interactions / […]
I’m ending Harrelson Agency as an entity. It doesn’t make much sense on the surface given that Harrelson Agency is healthier than ever. But, this does not mean I’m leaving the marketing, design, or consulting business. It means I’m “doubling down” on those areas, actually. I’m using my own name for my “Marketing and Identity […]
Don’t get me wrong, I loved Delicious way back in the mid 2000′s. But you probably don’t remember that site or the commotion it caused over something as simple as bookmarks. But bookmarks are important. I have over 7,000. It’s my personal interweb intersearch. And that’s why I love Pinboard. I found Pinboard just 4 […]
I’ve been using a desktop and a phone as my main “computers” for the last several months and haven’t looked back. When I’m on the road for client work, I’ll take along a Chromebook and have no issues getting “real” work done. Evidently I’m not alone… And, globally, in a reversal of fortune, low-end PCs are […]
The first image is the site of Dura Europos from June 28 2012 and the second image is from April 2 2014 (notice how many looting holes there are now): Dura Europos is located right near the border of Syria and Iraq on the Euphrates and is an archaeological record of the strife this […]
The “holes” in the inset picture are looting holes from the area near the main agora at Dura Europos. Sadly, we haven’t properly excavated much of that area. This literally breaks my heart given that we’ve properly excavated such a small amount of Dura Europos and we’ve learned so much about Judaism, early Christianity, and […]
I had a friend who changed his home’s wifi password every night at bedtime to make sure their teen wasn’t “vamping.” Turns out the teen realized the power of turning your phone into a mobile hotspot (water flows down hill). “Sometimes I look up and it’s 3 a.m. and I’m watching a video of a […]
Email newsletters seem like such a quaint and out-of-date form of marketing, but they are incredibly effective because 1) people still rely on email more than most anything else for relevant info and 2) email has a personal connection in the same way our phones once did. That doesn’t mean that blasting out emails with […]
My friend Stacy with an amazing, and completely self-giving, post… So I remind myself, I am not a “that.” I am a woman. I am a child of God. I am a friend. I am a sister. I am a caregiver. I am an advocate. I am a daughter. I am a preacher. I am […]
Almost missed it… Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, Latin for “Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy”, often referred to as simply the Principia, is a work in three books by Sir Isaac Newton, in Latin, first published 5 July 1687 via Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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- @thomaswhitley Epiphanius wasn't a fan of things coming together. As you do. 12 hours ago
- RT @ceadela: Middle of this pic is Roman shoe embedded in wattle drain - #shoeporn? @pompei79 @VindolandaTrust http://t.co/0w8bsuoEyd 13 hours ago retweeted via ceadela
- Been a long time! Good to see the campus again. (@ Hammond School) https://t.co/2oZADsQAru 19 hours ago