The Illogical Reasons Why You Love Giant Smartphone Screens | Co.Design | business + design

The Illogical Reasons Why You Love Giant Smartphone Screens | Co.Design | business + design. I’ve no idea why so many commentators are still so committed to “proving” that people who prefer phones with larger screens are wrong. At this stage, a larger phone — even a huge honkin’ pop-tart — is clearly just as
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Is Bill Watterson ghosting “Pearls Before Swine” this week?

“Pearls Before Swine” sports a new art style this week. The running joke is that Stephan Pastis, sick of the regular complaint that he draws like a two-year-old child, arrogantly handed his pen to an actual two-year-old. And she’s kicking his butt. I noted the new style but the thought “Maybe Bill Watterson is ghost-drawing
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Carole Jelen and Michael McCallister – “Build Your Author Platform”

Eric Bickernicks is an industrial filmmaker here in New England. Fifteen years ago, he wanted to have something more substantial than a closet of corporate training videos to show his grandkids. So he wrote, shot, and then tried to sell his first independent feature film. He blogged steadily throughout a long and adventurous learning experience.
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Buds

“Hey, take our picture!” It was about 10:30 at night on a Friday, and I was taking pictures of the fountain outside the Park Street MBTA station. Oh, what a crummy, crappy scene! A poorly-lit, dark bronze fountain, with a brightly-illuminated, gilded State House in the background. Yes, I was trying to see how well
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Achievement Unlocked: Squirrel

This is a fat squirrel. It is the end of winter. Perhaps the more important point is “this is an alive¬†squirrel.” Which is to say “this is a successful squirrel.” (Still: he can’t keep using that excuse. If he doesn’t have the winter fat gone by the end of April, he needs to just admit
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