In case you’re using IRCCloud for your IRC related needs and the way to use it as an “native” app on your Mac is through Fluid.app here’s an icon that doesn’t look like total shit.
Thanks to this Yosemite icon template which is the foundation for this 10 minute work of art.
Consider me a future smartwatch owner. Dark/silver and brown wristband is the way to go. In related news: I’ll preorder a 64GB/4.7”/Space Grey iPhone 6 next week. Christmas!
Cute animation when you cancel a audio recording in the newest WhatsApp update. Facebooks aquisition seems to have great positive impact on the user experience.
Update: People on Twitter told me that this is not very new. It’s cute nevertheless, so there you go.
This is the first teaser for Damien Rice’s new album:
I’ll take this as a reason to present you my favorite Damien Rice tracks. Here you go:
An app that lets you order a person to make your bed while you’re at work. It’s not somebody who cleans, just a single task for the small price of $ 4,99. All bedmakers need to know lockpicking to get into the apartments.
I need at least one billion dollars to get this started. Please send your offer as a fax.
Never go to bed without the sensation of a made bed again.
Lesetagebuch v5 →
The Mailbox for OS X beta has started and their betacoins are the cutest thing ever. (.gif via)
Daniel just finished a complete rewrite of his “Lesetagebuch” project. The new version looks, works and feels a lot more polished than the last one and you should consider to sign up to track what books you’ve read. It’s basically a Goodreads without all the strange features nobody needs. Here’s my profile.
Roman Nurik is something called an “Android Developer Advocate” at Google and wrote a post on Medium describing the process and thoughts behind Google’s I/O app. The only official app yet that uses the Android L design language in detail. Worth to read.
Material design in the 2014 Google I/O app