The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @passiomatic ever

February 2010

lmea RT @simonetripodi really embarrassed - Official Google Blog: serious threat to the web in Italy http://dvlr.it/C8Ev (via @zinanni)

via Twitterrific (retweeted on 12:31 PM, Feb 24th, 2010 via web)

A new avatar pic and Twitter profile page. Yes, a new Passiomatic redesign is coming too. This will make sense soon :^)

via Twitter for iPhone

drawar CSS mess. http://bit.ly/9Jm6Yi

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 8:59 PM, Feb 23rd, 2010 via web)

drawar If your footer is the best designed part of your site, you have a problem.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 5:53 PM, Feb 23rd, 2010 via web)

BBC: “We also wanted to strip out any superfluous decoration and allow the content and imagery to shine through. ” — http://bit.ly/cPvKVp

via Twitter for iPhone

“We’re the stupid ones” is a great article by @funkatron. @gruber nailed a great sentence from it.
http://j.mp/bAzTwa (via @Folletto)

via Twitter for iPhone

More on the Windows Phone 7 UI: “Windows Phone 7’s bold minimalist move” — http://is.gd/8ur12

via safari140

Interesting, MS takes the minimal route both for web and UI with Windows Phone 7 Series — http://is.gd/8sdfB

via safari140

Just ordered: “Limited Edition 2010 Letterpress Calendar” — http://is.gd/8rq2w

via safari140

Wisdump’s “Will Twitter avatars render Gravatar irrelevant?” — http://is.gd/8lYDD

via safari140

So cruel: “I.E. Pin Cushion” — http://is.gd/8lXTC

via safari140

Lesson learned: want to use League Gothic font? For optimal results use it a display sizes, 40+ pixels or so.

via Twitter for iPhone

Simply awesome: “Redesign Valentine’s Day” — http://is.gd/8iFOq

via safari140

When Google goes social… “Fuck you, Google” — http://is.gd/8eVZB

via safari140

What’s the added value of that myriads of “{Username} liked this” in Tumblr posts? Let’s talk about constructive criticism!

via Twitter for iPhone

So Tweetie for Mac has a “Repost” command but not a “Retweet” command. Yes, they are different things.

via Twitter for iPhone

Can you hear the #Buzz? I have enough of the Google attempts to be “social”.

via Twitter for iPhone

@iA Great idea, lovely design. Where’s the Atom|RSS feed? :)

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to iA

2/2 Big bold sans-serifs, full bleed photography, less illustrative elements. It’s all there on the 70-60s issues of LIFE mag.

via Twitter for iPhone

1/2 I’m shocked about Google Books. If you search for, let’s say, LIFE magazine you get decades of print and ad design at your fingertips.

via Twitter for iPhone

@theleagueof League Gothic seen in the wild (again): http://www.pycon.it/ . Pretty please, can we have a less compressed version? :)

via Twitter for iPhone

Incredibly juicy: “Revised Font Stack “— http://is.gd/7Xa3A

via safari140

Now i can say it loud: I’ve never learned Flash ‘cause I knew it was a technology without future. Okay, I have been just lazy.

via Twitter for iPhone

@intinig You betcha. Once again I’m discovering the the joys of the early adopters.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to intinig

Gotcha! It appears that modern browsers apply an implict “display:inline” to new #HTML5 structural elements. Hence then lack of the margins.

via Twitter for iPhone

“Summer Madness” by Kool & the Gang is insanely great song. I miss summer already.

via Twitter for iPhone

Cannot figure out why both Safari and Firefox don’t apply margins nor backgrounds to #HTML5 elements like <nav> or <footer>. Any idea?

via Twitter for iPhone

@ilariamauric Sui #massiveattack: speriamo bene. 100th Window non è che mi abbia entusiasmato. Collected però come raccolta è splendida.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to ilariamauric

More on the #iPad: “The Failure of Empathy” — http://is.gd/7KmUn

via safari140

Lukas Mathis’ “Removing Features” — http://is.gd/7DExW

via safari140

@Folletto On focus: I tend to do the same while Photoshoppin’. Also I increase new e-mail check to 30 minutes.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to Folletto

Yet another great article on the #iPad: On iPads, Grandmas and Game-changing — http://is.gd/7vnEg

via safari140