Who Broke Gas Prices? (Newsletter #113)
I know a lot of people are feeling exhausted right now, and I hope that this newsletter can keep delivering good vibes if you're feeling that way today.
- TweetPics is a cool little utility from the markers of Typefully.
- same.energy is a really interesting site that lets you find photos with the "same energy" as each other.
- I do some custom font color stuff on this site, and it's exciting to see even WebKit adopting new web technologies that will make this easier for me in the future.
- If you want to use a real camera as a webcam, this is a good article explaining what you need to do, but honestly I suggest going for something like the Opal C1, which looks great, costs less, and is waaaaay less fiddly.
- The Republican party's assertion that internet companies are not common carriers, but Twitter and Facebook are is just hilarious.
- Dwight is a (pricy) new sans serif font from the folks over at Lift Type.
I love this new album, and I always love the creativity in Kendrick's videos.
Final Cut has some work to do to win over pro users across the video editing industry, but it's not like Premiere is doing great in terms of reputation either. The real winner recently is DaVinci Resolve, which seems to have nothing but goodwill and is converting more people by the day.
Gas prices getting you down? The always excellent Climate Town breaks down what's going on and where to direct your anger (hint, it's lots of places).
A little self-promotion here, but I'm enjoying my Playdate, and made a video going over the best games you can sideload onto the little guy.
I just bought a racing wheel for my PC to get more immersion in the racing games I enjoy, and it's great, but this setup is just wild in comparison.
This last one really landed with me. I think it's very telling that the more exposure we have to people who are different from us, the more empathy we gain for all people like them.