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January 2010’s Posts.

  1. iPad interactions

    Some of the interaction gestures availble on the iPad

  2. A century of crayons

    Visualizing all the colours of the Crayola crayons

  3. Radio Canada

    A beautiful concept radio for listening to Canada's public broadcaster

  4. Touching the future

    Thirteen years ago, the future imagined by Apple was a tablet computer called the Knowledge Navigator. Today, this vision became real with the iPad. And while the iPad lacks many of the features Apple first imagined, it represents an experience literally inconceivable in 1987.

  5. Foursquare and Metro

    Geo-location game partners with news chain to offer news about a persons current locale

  6. NYTimes.com e-reader division

    Special business division formed to managed things like content on Kindle and the Apple tablet

  7. Ignoring mobile

    Some good points about the effects of neglecting the mobile web

  8. Feltron's 2009 Annual Report

    More beautiful data visualizations focusing on everyday life

  9. Search the world’s government data

    Currently only four countries, but it's a unified interface

  10. Cessation of government

    A year ago, the country I live in swore in a leader who promised hope to a population that reveres the government’s executive office.

  11. 36 bills Harper killed

    Dozens of potential laws have been indefinitely delayed

  12. Typekit supports WOFF

    The Web Open Font Format will be used to deliver fonts to Firefox 3.6

  13. Brands of the decade

    An overview of the most notable brand/identity work of the '00s

  14. Magapps make money

    Magazines-as-apps might be a profitable future, if GQ's singular example can be spun into a trend

  15. Liquor store API

    Find our what booze is available at the LCBO in JSON

  16. Cdn. magazines face funding cut

    Reallocation of money could kill arts mags, while halving bigger books' budgets

  17. Citytv succumbs

    One of North America's pioneering TV stations sad decline at hands of corporate media

  18. NYTimes.com readies the paywall

    New York Magazine suggest the plan could be announced in weeks

  19. Editor & Publisher back

    The newspaper trade publication resumes publication

  20. JQuery 1.4

    The greatest JavaScript library has a new release

  21. Blind instinct

    The following is a jumble of sentences. And for most of you, the next time you read this, those sentences will be even further jumbled. After five false starts, the narrative I was trying to form around the idea of of tunnel vision in creative pursuits would come to be. So, I broke each sentence into its own line, and let randomness happen.

  22. The Kids in Hall come back

    The new "series opens, reportedly, with Death arriving on a Greyhound bus" -- brilliance

  23. Open-source Flash

    Gordon is runtime using JavaScript and SVG to render Flash movies

  24. Conan says no with class

    The Tonight Show's current host issues a statement, and in doing so, demonstrates why he shouldn't be bumped

  25. The Economist slams Harper

    The conservative magazine calls the Canadian prime minister's move to again prorogue Parliament a dangerous abuse of power

  26. Interviewing a nation's leader

    Good insight about what its like behind-the-scenes when interviewing Canada's PM, Stephen Harper

  27. Two years on

    This week, I began my third year in Seattle. Since I’ve written so little about my time I thought I’d use the anniversary as an excuse to fix that situation. Unfortunately, I’ve come to realize I’m no travel writer.

  28. Don Watt, brander of No Name

    One of my earliest memories of design involves wandering aisles filled with uniformly yellow packaging of different shapes and sizes. Each item was labelled with the same, tightly kerned, black typeface and was always set in lowercase.

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