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

March 2010

Usability level of Vodafone.it: a real tragedy.

via Twitter for iPhone

Evaluating new body font choices for my personal blog.

via Twitter for iPhone

@Folletto On Mac Office 2011: saw that too. Microsoft seems forever stuck in the 90s.

via Twitter for iPhone

I love to decline friendship requests on Facebook.

via Twitter for iPhone

CONFIRMED: Daft Punk = lame, just check their horrid “Technologic” tune.

via Twitter for iPhone

Detailed video guided tours of the apps on the iPad have been posted on Apple.com. Drool. - http://j.mp/aXX2nM (via @AisleOne)

via Twitter for iPhone

Introducing Dagoppocket, Dagospia.com on your mobile phone: http://bit.ly/cG5IoZ

via Twitter for iPhone

What if Saul Bass had done the opening title of the Lost series? — http://is.gd/b42sa

via safari140

flyosity New content-aware fill in Photoshop CS5 is frickin’ unbelievable. Here’s a video you HAVE to watch: http://idek.net/1DVi

via web (retweeted on 4:33 PM, Mar 24th, 2010 via web)

drawar It’s okay to use a fontsize above 12px for your readers to read. They won’t hate you for it. Promise.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 6:29 PM, Mar 23rd, 2010 via web)

Spinoza.it: “P.S. Se le battute di questo sito non vi fanno ridere, siete Maurizio Gasparri.” — http://is.gd/aSTTS

via safari140

“L’ispettore Coliandro” is one of the best series ever produced by RAI.

via Twitter for iPhone

The “dot canon” top level domain is coming — http://is.gd/aLIwf

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Oh yes: “CSS3 Please! The Cross-Browser CSS3 Rule Generator” — http://is.gd/aAmhk

via safari140

Always funny to quote: “There’s no chance that the iPhone is going to get any significant market share. No chance.” Steve Ballmer (2007)

via Twitter for iPhone

Caro utente Outlook in italiano… http://bit.ly/cR2CpD /by @caludio (via @lmea)

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LIKE: 8-bit NYC - New York, just like I pixeled it… http://bit.ly/cCWRdF (via @septmbrindstry)

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So, finally, Adobe seems to get it: “Adobe packs it all in Rome” — http://is.gd/a3XL0

via safari140

Great presentation about Cameron Daigle et al on the design using the iPad UI — http://is.gd/a2G32

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HTML galore! “Seven HTML related working drafts published” — http://is.gd/a2qNB

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@Folletto Thx. I must admit you gave me and idea or two with your own portfolio.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to Folletto

@lawrenceoluyede About the announcement: you are absolutely right. Photo: yes, it will reappear on the new about page.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to lawrenceoluyede

@intinig Thx. It could be better, though: new elements like section, hgroup and figure are missing.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to intinig

(cont’d) The about page needs a complete overhaul but I don’t have time to do it right now, plus I was highly unsatisfied of the old look.

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I silently put online the new http://passiomatic.com/ on Sunday evening and no one noticed. :)

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Great summary: “iPad Application Design” http://is.gd/9WX3F

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Seen Invictus this afternoon. Great movie.

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I’m trying to decode “La vita bassa” by Alberto Arbasino. A real challenge. http://bit.ly/aUA2Mt

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@Folletto This article helps to explain my point further: http://bit.ly/d6t8Bc .

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to Folletto

@Folletto “History of the world” logotype: I think it falls in the “too clever” trap. Aesthetically I find pretty weird. :)

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to Folletto

Wisdump’s on CSS3 border-radius: “not so standards-compliant after all” — http://is.gd/9wPAu

via safari140