21. May 2013·
A great little write-up by ex-Tumblr-developer Marco Arment about the early beginnings of Tumblr and the recent acquisition by Yahoo!
Matthias Bauer: Richtig essen, richtig schlafen, und lasst die Mate weg: Besser Leben für Geeks (by re:publica)
14. May 2013| ∞
6. May 2013
Lovely Spring 2013. It’s time to be unprofessional.
22. April 2013
Tumblr for Android just got a total facelift! We’ve completely redesigned the interface, added fancy post animations, made images pop, and a whole lot more. Download the update today.
This update shows once more that the days of dark tab bars are over. ‘Path’-like buttons, which are friendly, interactive and emotive without being twitchy and flashy and easy to use with one-handed operations are the future.
9. April 2013·
Oh, how kind of you to ask me this stupid question! I’ll answer you anyway. At the moment I don’t really have enough time to read – maybe this is just an excuse for my bad morals. But: I have a long reading list stuffed with eBooks on my kindle, magazines on my iPad and of course articles in several Read-It-Later-Services. I’m gonna force myself to read more and be less distracted by Twitter, I promise.
Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work and Think – Viktor Mayer-Schonberger & Kenneth Cukier
Thinking, Fast and Slow – Daniel Kahneman
The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable – Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Payback – Frank Schirrmacher
In The Plex: How Google Thinks, Works, and Shapes Our Lives – Steven Levy
Die stille Revolution: Wie Algorithmen Wissen, Arbeit, Öffentlichkeit und Politik verändern, ohne dabei viel Lärm zu machen – Mercedes Bunz
5. April 2013