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

January 2012

Type is getting popular, or maybe too popular? — http://t.co/nY0DP7fP

via Twitter for Mac

markboulton A good CMS should fit into a production workflow. Eg: Design > Build > Deploy. Not Design > Build > Rebuild for CMS > Deploy.

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 11:05 AM, Jan 31st, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

Did you know you can embed a Tweet instead of taking a stupid screenshot of it?

via Twitter for iPhone

I find latest YouTube homepage incarnation to be pretty horrid.

via Twitter for Mac

Lots of new exciting works ahead. Upcoming months will be *very* busy.

via Twitter for Mac

@kra1iz3c I’ve never used one but aesthetically the UI is very pleasing to the eye.

via Twitter for Mac in reply to kra1iz3c

wblau “This tweet is not available in your country” - Twitter starts censoring itself http://t.co/b63mbdzM via @pelld

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 11:44 AM, Jan 27th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

ilariamauric proprio belle le slide (http://t.co/Dah8qRnD) di @areaweb all’@ugialt! Nei preventivi metti davvero tutti quei grafici disegni descrizioni?

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 11:29 AM, Jan 27th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

Where are now all the “tag clouds” considered an *essential* UI widget in every magazine/blog sidebar just one, two years ago?

via Twitter for Mac

acangiano HTML5 Please http://t.co/LpgDDeP8

via twitterfeed (retweeted on 5:00 PM, Jan 23rd, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

Zeldman: “State of the web: of apps, devices, and breakpoints.” — http://t.co/LKmApjCs

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simmy “The real danger in having a super-efficient-filter is that your default mode is exclusion.” http://t.co/XpaEQzvS by @davidmtate

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 11:53 PM, Jan 17th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

lawrenceoluyede Google “Trying not to be evil” http://t.co/Mj3An0ju | Interesting take on how much information Google has about us.

via Tweet Button (retweeted on 4:01 PM, Jan 16th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

Mike Rundle has a point here: “Ketchup Bottles & The Physicality Of Design” — http://t.co/79s1HCWg

via Twitter for Mac

marcoarment That almost nobody has really talked about the iPhone’s mute policy in its 4.5 years suggests that Apple probably made the right choice.

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 2:35 PM, Jan 15th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

@lawrenceoluyede They say small type looks fancier, but don’t despair, we are fighting to raise the bar — http://t.co/9p1KMgoP

via Twitter for Mac in reply to lawrenceoluyede

Rupert Murdoch on Myspace: “we screwed up in every way possible, learned lots of valuable expensive lessons.” — http://t.co/1l6mohOz

via Twitter for Mac

drawar The Origins of the PBS Logo http://t.co/MKtKj50B

via Drawar Journal (retweeted on 9:12 PM, Jan 10th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

jasonsantamaria OH: “QR code enthusiasts are the modern day Flat Earth Society.”

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 5:24 PM, Jan 9th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

My love/hate relationship with Adobe Illustrator continues in 2012.

via Twitter for Mac

markboulton The designer’s job is to swim against the tide of entropy; to impose order on the natural way of things.

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 5:45 PM, Jan 4th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

vpieters Impress.js, a presentation tool that taps into the power of CSS3 to create a cool way to create slides. http://t.co/cFHk4qYb

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 2:22 PM, Jan 4th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

Note to self: update year to 2012 on sites copyright notice.

via Twitter for Mac