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"[...] following the rules of the UI Stack and the five states helps you create a cohesive interface that’s forgiving, helpful, and human."
I'm Scott Hurff, and I love to help you build better products. I'm on the founding team of a Kleiner Perkins-backed mobile startup, created a course for designers to learn Quartz Composer, and I'm writing a book about how product designers work.
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Climbing Rat Rock today in Central Park w/+Thomas Turnbull, +Hippo (potamus), & friends.
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Nice intuitive explanation of how this works based on many people's life experiences... Can't help but think of the Borg
We wanted to understand an eerie phenomenon that drives everything from the stock market to the price of orange juice. So we asked you to guess the weight of a cow.
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Growing up in Monmouth County, NJ, we learned about "Molly Pitcher" in elementary school. Apparently she's really a composite image of many badass women from the Revolutionary War.

Living in Inwood, NY and reading about the history of this area, I've found that a certain Margaret Corbin was one such woman. Corbin became famous during the Battle of Fort Washington where she fired a canon until she was shot three times and had to surrender.
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You should nominate her for http://www.rejectedprincesses.com/

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Go check it out, this feature is amazing!
 
i'm very happy to launch this. my team has been working on this for a long time, getting all the details right, and i think it shows. it should be available over the next day on desktop at https://google.com/maps/timeline and in android google maps.

here's what my desktop version looks like right now: https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/oW8RzRnwhQpGW1Ow1_JhtBcvpCK2XzYNv656lXWOpF0=w2872-h1564-no
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I never thought I'd see such evolutions in JavaScript
https://medium.com/google-developers/exploring-es7-decorators-76ecb65fb841
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haha, brilliant: When a user submits a comment, echochamber.js will save the comment to the user's LocalStorage, so when they return to the page, they can be confident that their voice is being heard, and feel engaged with your very engaging content.

relevant: http://www.newyorker.com/culture/cultural-comment/its-comments-all-the-way-down
echo-chamber-js - Commenting without the comments
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+David Jen, +Andrew Levine I believe it was the three of us (maybe others?) that used to freak out about these beers? Well here they are! Up here in Inwood, by the pack!
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Oh hell yeah - Flair Beverage is great.

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Click through for the maps
data visualization, edbuild, ed build, school finance, schools, k-12, public schools, public education, school district, district lines, district boundatires
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Inspiring story. Particularly liked the ending note (which I won't spoil here)
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15hr work weeks... Why We Work So Much - http://one.npr.org/i/426029353:426029430
The world economy is more productive than ever before. A lot of people could work fewer hours and still meet their basic needs. But we don't. Why?
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tl;dr transcript here: http://www.npr.org/sections/money/2015/07/24/426017148/episode-641-why-we-work-so-much

Huh... I think that's just a web-developer fail, because they have the transcript on their canonical page for this episode, but they don't offer a link to said page from the fancy UI that my link seems to have generated: http://www.npr.org/sections/money/2015/07/24/426017148/episode-641-why-we-work-so-much

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about a guy who has literally lived in the first class cabin for the last year.
Last year, a young man walked into the Seattle airport and took the next flight to anywhere — and he hasn't come down since
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