Warning: Half-nekkid ladies, and ear-bleeding music ahead. The WTF moments start at about 50 seconds in.
Getting Started with Bitcoin over at WeUseCoins is an excellent resource if you’re looking to find out more about Bitcoin and whether or not you want to start accepting Bitcoin for payment for your business.
The article is filled with helpful links and is written in ‘plain English’ for those that aren’t complete geeks.
The PowerCurl is a clip-on cord wrap for the whole family of MacBook power adapters (Air, Pro, Retina, et. al.). It makes it easy to unplug and pack up quickly without having to untangle a mess of extension cords the next time you set up shop.
There are plenty of times when I want to say something in an email reply, but don’t want to bother typing it out. Reaction GIFs to the rescue. They’ve got a massive collection of animated GIFs that can adequately show your reaction to an email, categorized for easy searching.
Just Delete Me, a directory of direct links to delete your account from various web services across the Internet such as Facebook, Amazon, and Craigslist – along with an indicator of how difficult it was to find out how to delete the account. A fantastic idea, I hope to see the site grow.
Extensis recently revealed the list of top 10 web fonts used in 2013. According to data collected from the professional web font service WebINK, designers and developers used Myriad Pro most often for their projects, a position it also held in 2012.
New to this year’s list of top 10 used fonts are Fakt Pro and Museo Sans. These both continue the typography trend toward modern san serifs. Fakt Pro by Thomas Thiemich is a fresh “Helvetica alternative,” as are several others already on the list such as Theinhardt and Aktiv Grotesk. Museo Sans is a geometric sans serif by Jos Buivenga, that has a warm and somewhat retro feel, not unlike its Top-10 stablemate Proxima Nova.
Here is the full list:
I was going to write a long-winded rant about my frustration with sites that release “free” fonts, images and graphics that aren’t really free to use; but Mike Rankin shared a well-written Free Font Manifesto at CreativePro that pretty much covers it.
You can never find too much inspiration. If you’re working on a sports-themed website design, you’ll find plenty of inspiration in this list of 25 Inspirational examples of Sports Website Designs from Designer Ledger, which includes the awesome RIT Team site pictured above.