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keybr.com - Take typing lessons, test your typing speed and practice typing for free! Blogs 可持续性设计 By Jonas Damon - March 31, 2014 其实设计并不像大众看起来那么简洁明了。 Launching Point B’s Design-Thinking Center for Community Engagement in Myanmar By Rochelle Ardesher & David Sherwin - March 25, 2014 After more than 50 years under military rule, Myanmar (formerly Burma) is just beginning to open up to be a free and democratic nation. From frog Milan: Design for Everyday Life By Chiara Diana - March 20, 2014 On February15th, frog Milan hosted the 3rd annual World Information Architecture Day: a global sharing of experience and vision among the IA community. 那些飞翔的物体 By frog Shanghai - March 13, 2014 在TEDGlobal的一个机器人实验室里，Raffaello D’Andrea引导着四方直升飞行器进行着令人眼花缭乱的飞行，这台飞行器——或者说，机器人，比以往任何飞行器都能更快地处理数据，用算法来解决问题，并帮助进行学习。 Chromeless: The Content is the Interface By David Smith and Scott Nazarian - March 11, 2014 If we want to better understand the power of the contemporary software interface, then it’s useful to look at the social context. Bringing Users Into Your Process through Participatory Design
Thrill seeker's bucket list: 50 experiences to try before you die The tastiest snacks always come in see-through wrappers. Always wear a helmet. That way no one can see you cry. Why climb when you can fly? What goes up must come down. Revenge of the hamburger. This business really needs to be streamlined. Pant-soiling never came so cheap. Just another 253 kilometers to go. High tea, anyone? Up here, proposing suddenly doesn't seem so scary. Just think of it as a roller coaster -- keep your arms and legs inside at all times. Note the lack of women. So many naked people, so little beach. Perhaps the best way to see a Disney fantasy. Amazing how much fun you can have with a ball and some bounce. Not so much rock, but a whole lotta roll. Three wheels, half a horsepower, three crazy adventurers. Even if you make it, there's no guarantee your car will. When water goes bad. Vertigo, anyone? Cage of Death (Australia) Zapcat powerboating (UK) Everest skydive (Nepal) World's steepest coaster (Japan) Running of the Bulls (Spain) Office Chair Race (Germany) Dine in the sky (global) 1.
Get Paid to Travel the World Travel Writing — By Lost Girls on January 30, 2011 at 2:20 pm Be sure to check out our new Pitching 101 Series, including interviews with: BootsnAll editor, Katie HammelNew York Times’ deputy travel editor, Monica DrakeThe Expeditioner’s founder and editor-in-chief, Matt StabileGalavanting‘s managing editor, Joseph HernandezTravel Belles’ publisher and editor, Margo MillureGo NOMAD‘s general edit Max HartshorneTravel Agent senior editor Joe PikeTravelingMom‘s editor Cindy RichardsRecommend‘s managing editor Paloma Villaverde de Rico Want to get paid to travel? If you’re interested in sharing your travel experiences, there are several travel websites that accept pitches from freelance writers. Here are a few of them, and what they pay per word or post. Travel Websites That Pay for Freelance Articles and Posts Travel Belles $10 per post. Travel sites that accept submissions for experience, rather than a payment Some ideas and rates courtesy of Matador.com, JoAnna Haugen
» Best Procrastination Tip Ever Post written by Leo Babauta. Your first thought as you look at this article will be, “I’ll read this later.” But don’t. It’ll take you two minutes. I’ve written the book on ending procrastination, but I’ve since come up with a very simple technique for beating everyone’s favorite nemesis. Try it now: Identify the most important thing you have to do today. Clear away distractions. Sit there, and focus on getting started. Pay attention to your mind, as it starts to have urges to switch to another task. But don’t move. Notice also your mind trying to justify not doing the task. Now just take one small action to get started. Get started, and the rest will flow.
Johnny Holland | It's all about interaction Chile’s Magic Mountain Magic Mountain Lodge in Huilo Huilo, Chile. One look at the Magic Mountain Lodge in Huilo Huilo, Chile, and the first thing that jumps to mind is the Lord of the Rings. This volcano-shaped hotel really looks like something Tolkien would have dreamed up – from the conical walls built out of local wood and stone, to the trees that threaten to engulf the building, and the waterfall that shoots out of the summit and cascades down the sides. And when I read this next tidbit, I figured out what put’s the “magic” in Magic Mountain – the lodge has hot tubs made out of ancient, hollowed-out tree trunks sitting on decks overlooking the forest. And not just any forest either, because the lodge is set in the middle of a 100, 000 hectare nature reserve in the Patagonian Andes. Magic Mountain is actually just one of several accommodations that are located in the reserve – among the others is Baobab, which looks something like an upside-down ice cream cone made out of wood, and equally cool (see below).
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Yahoo! User Interface Blog (YUIBlog) Last Friday and Saturday I crossed over the Rio de la Plata to attend JSConf Uruguay in Montevideo. The conference included talks from local and foreign speakers that covered JS libraries, best practices and emerging technologies. There were also workshops with hands-on experiences with Node.js, Nodebots and Firefox OS. It was a great event. It was very well organized and had fantastic speakers. Day one The first day was opened by Guillermo Rauch (@rauchg), creator of Socket.io, who talked about new features coming to Socket.io like binary streams. Asynchronous APIs and functional programming were strong recurring themes in the conference. Lenny Markus presenting Kraken.js – photo by @jsconfuy Day one also included a great recap by Lenny Markus (@LennyMarkus) about how they hacked their company’s culture to switch from a heavily customized Java application to using Node.js in PayPal. Jeremy Ashkenas (@jashkenas), creator of Backbone and CoffeeScript, gave the closing presentation.