Probably a good thing only half our ideas make it...
Jeremy M.: maybe we should reference it. "tender helps you stay in sync with developers by allowing you to attach tickets from our companion product, lighthouse" or something i dunno
will: sister product
will: be sexist, we live in the south
will: I don't think it's relevant in the usage there though
will: less words is better
kyle: hah, I think sister is a pretty universal term
kyle: "Our sister ship"
rick: call it our whore bitch app
Refreshed marketing site! →
(via tenderapp) The first version of Tender’s marketing site was made back when the product wasn’t done, so I had a lot of BS graphics and useless words. Spent a little time, realigned the site and added a ton of screenshots. Here’s hoping it increases leads!
See now, this is a parody
But now the state will borrow about $2 billion from local governments, which has...– California closes $26 billion dollar budget Perhaps this is why accounting never made sense to me.
…startup hopes to stage a comeback in part by being the first search...– Is that English?
…I evolved another trick for partitioning the day. I used to program from...– Maker’s Schedule, Managers Schedule
Spooked by those numbers back in 2007, when a trillion dollars still seemed like...– Mars Is Hard Crazy to me that the government forbids NASA from spending money on manned Mars missions. So much for American dreams.
FLASH EATS MY CPU OMG
It’s always funny to me when people complain about Flash eating up all their CPU. It’s supposed to. This is how graphics programs work. They use up as much resources as they can to deliver the highest frame rate possible. Try running CounterStrike (a very old game) on a modern PC. It’s still going to eat up your CPU. Why? Because it’s pumping out as many FPS as it...
The reason is that while Netflix mostly offers older titles through its...– Random article on TechCrunch I think maybe this is my biggest beef with TechCrunch: they take a valid story and insert completely unrealistic claims. Netflix to take away DVDs in favor of streaming? Right. Because so few people have DVD players. And everyone has high speed internet with a...
Smith rejected bypass surgery as too risky. He didn’t want to die on the...– 650lb virgin loses 400lbs It makes me cry to think America’s first thought for losing weight is gastric bypass, and that eating properly and exercising is the last resort. I also have an extremely hard time finding sympathy for these extremely obese people. Doesn’t some kind of...
The entire X Windows/Gnome/KDE “desktop Linux” racket has never caught any...– Some context around Chrome OS
…but before they can even speak you just look at whatever it is...– Fake Steve Jobs on GoogOS I tried long and hard to pick out a quote for this article, but the whole damn thing is just too spectacular to choose. So I picked this awesomely confusing (out of context) quote.
The people who seem to struggle the most with the iPhone keyboard are those...– Mobile Phone Keyboards
On why video codecs were removed from HTML5 →
This is an interesting thread to read. Overall, the decision to remove the codecs from the spec feels childish and defeatist. We (web developers) rely on the WHAT to work with browsers and make the painful negotiations required to deliver a spec into reality. This is not what is happening with HTML5. Some of my own personal observations: Apple’s position on Ogg Theora makes a hell of...