“Movies, and what women do in and to them, are better than the Academy seemed to realize. The same could be said about a lot of women in a lot of jobs. And women can’t forget it.” –Amy Davidson
Ernest Hemingway’s tips for writing fiction: “Don’t describe an emotion–make it.”
LukeW’s notes on Zeldman’s talk “The 10 Commandments of Web Design”: “Don’t just test your designs and sites, also test your assumptions.”
I love presidential history, and I love letters. I love having access to anyone’s correspondence, I suppose I’m a snoop in that regard. I don’t care who wrote it or to whom, I just relish that moment of intimacy that’s observable within the experience of reading someone else’s correspondence. I’d snoop through almost anyone’s email. Not for information or gossip, just to catch that glimpse of how a person writes to another when they think they’re alone. It’s completely fascinating. Read more…
If you’re working on a campaign in China, you should read this (and get your mobile house in order).
I’ll just put this right here: Designing for the Modern Web.