That looks gay. Make it more sexist, but be subtle.– clientsfromhell LMAO
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sketchy-letters: Ah nothing like Ren & Stimpy :)
Clients From Hell: After sending two invoices for... →
clientsfromhell: After sending two invoices for payment, I sent another and called the client when the receipt that they had received it came back. Client: Why are you calling me? Me: You haven’t paid and this is the third invoice I’ve sent. Client: It’s even more than the last one! Me: Yes. The…
Craft Blog / The Lost Colors of Crayola by... →
clientsfromhell: “The site is not sophisticated enough. Can we put some coconuts in it, and can they move?” — That is just classic!
How to Fix Copyright / from a working library →
Fetchnotes Makes Taking and Organizing Notes... →
Your notes are organized by hashtags instead of categories, so you can go right ahead and start entering the things you want to keep track of. Just add a “#category” at the end of your note, or even use the hashtag in-line with your text, like “Remember to get milk at the #grocery store,” and you’ll suddenly have a #grocery category that you can use for anything going...
McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: List: Lines from... →
clientsfromhell: Client: Can you fax this for me? Me: Sure. Client: What are you doing? Those are confidential papers! Me: Ma’am, you asked me to fax this. Client: Just fax it through in the envelope. I don’t want you seeing my confidential papers. See now, because I’m evil, I would have put on my best smile and my most helpful voice and oh so innocently confirmed that’s...
Design Community Colourlovers Acquires Forrst |... →
Only just spotted all the Creative Market gubbins on the ColourLovers site. Used to spend ages on ColourLovers, heck I was even a sponsor (and given how tightfisted I am, you know that means something. What’s that you say? They gave me the first year for free cos I was on so much, well yeees, but I did cough up after that as well ;P )!
I think we need to take this flyer in a less colorful, more serious direction....– (via clientsfromhell) LMAO
This is What Happens When You Give Thousands of... →
This December, in a surprisingly simple yet ridiculously amazing installation for the Queensland Gallery of Modern Ar, artist Yayoi Kusama constructed a large domestic environment, painting every wall, chair, table, piano, and household decoration a brilliant white, effectively serving as a giant white canvas. Over the course of two weeks, the museum’s smallest visitors were given thousands upon...
Local Bookshops →
Cool, a simple way to find independent bookshops in the UK
McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: Thank You for... →
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clientsfromhell: Client: Can we change the heading font to more acrylic? Me: Sorry? Client: Can we change it to more of an acrylic style font? You know, like slantways. Me: Oh, you mean italic? Client: No, I think its acrylic, please don’t correct me again. The slanty-‘i’ in word, you know. For acrylic.
70Decibels - The Pen Addict →
Analog tools are often pushed aside in the digital age but The Pen Addict Podcast is bringing them back, front and center. Join Brad Dowdy, aka “The Pen Addict” and Myke Hurley each week as they discuss all things pen and paper. I like “analogue”, a handwritten list is never far from me. I have to say though, that reading the topics for each podcast, did a) make me laugh...
The Woman Who Fell to Earth | VICE →
Juliane Koepcke was born a German national in Lima, Peru, in 1954, the daughter of a world-renowned zoologist (Hans-Wilhelm) and an equally revered ornithologist (Maria). As a teenager, Juliane was enrolled at a Peruvian high school. Her parents were stationed several hundred miles away, manning a remote research outpost in the heart of the Amazon. Juliane herself was no stranger to the...
catch phrases - What's the canonical retort to... →
The danger of ever suggesting some feature on a product, especially open source, is that you’ll get the response, “why don’t you do it?”. That’s valid, and it’s cool that you can make the change yourself. But we know practically that products do often improve as programmers listen to the voice of users — even if those users are other programmers. And, the...