The image files are huge, but very high quality, and the kind of thing you could print out and put on your wall, and use to sketch on while coming up with new ideas.
Visit the design site for the files, as well as other great resources to support the creation of beautiful apps and watch faces for Android Wear http://developer.android.com/design/downloads/index.html#Wear
Announced today were 4 new Moto 360 watches, 2 sizes of the new Asus ZenWatch2, and 6 different combos of the Huawei Watch. I'm very psyched about this – it is a culmination of a lot of work from our partners and the Android Wear team.
Also, especially for women and men with small wrists who felt that previous watches were too big or bulky for them, the new Moto 360 for Women, Moto 360 42mm and the small Asus ZenWatch2 are very much worth a close look.
See this link for more details, including more links to pre-order a watch:
Oh, and am I the only one who find the "button moves up in z-space when you press down" thing weird? The explanation in the video didn't really change my mind much on that, since a magnetic attraction would start before you touched the screen, ideally. (maybe if it did that with Samsung's hover detection...)
Much has happened in the year since we launched Google Design and introduced our material design framework at Google I/O 2014. To capture all the design work happening at Google and around the community, we’ve given google.com/design an exciting refresh — adding a host of new guidelines and tools, as well as written and video content. The goal is to provide a new perspective on our design process and ample opportunity for cross pollination. We hope you enjoy the the new site, and we look forward to hearing your feedback right here on Google+!
This is the third time discharge from your firearms has hit our house and property. The first incident left a bullet hole in the door by our garage. The second incident occurred last Thanksgiving when birdshot from your skeet shooting activities rained into our backyard. The third, of course, being what we're currently discussing.
Most gun owners seem to love segregation, walls, and shooting anything that comes near them. Trump wants to build a great, GREAT wall. I say we compromise. They can have Texas. Build a wall around it. Shoot anything that comes near it (no one will even want to, not because guns... just because Texas). While the rest of the US continues to admire tech, and, you know, maybe make it look a bit less ominous.
Soon it came out that these were translatable: a scene of two Amazons hunting with a dog said "set the dogs loose!;" a policeman's nonsensical "noraretteblo" was Circassian for "This sneak-thief steals from that man over there!" (The translation seems to lose a bit of its poetry)
And among these, we find the names of individuals. The Amazons were Scythians, and like many modern inhabitants of the Caucasus, they apparently tended to be known by nicknames they acquired over life, keeping their actual names private. And so we end up with the horse-woman "Worthy-of-Armor," and "Hot Flanks," a name which "probably had erotic connotations," in the inimitably restrained language of academic papers.
The journal article itself is forthcoming, having been submitted to Hesperia. I'm looking forward to reading it!
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