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

October 2012

The Google (Voice) Search app is impressive.

via Twitter for Mac

dknights Looking forward to seeing what Jonny Ive creates in his new role. So long skeumorphism.

via Echofon (retweeted on 10:16 AM, Oct 30th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

Apple, time is almost up: “Coming in October” http://t.co/BMrYqj02

via Twitter for Mac

Great talk: Wilson Miner — “When We Build” http://t.co/uRDGdYeh

via Twitter for Mac

Great article indeed: “Dear Business, I’m scared for you.” — http://t.co/R0P00Fq5 /via @ryan_white

via Twitter for Mac

Yes, @reederapp needs a “Add to reading list” command in iPad and iPhone version too. Not sure if Apple has an API for that.

via Twitter for Mac

Malarkey I also annoys me when screenshots of browsers in books show the author’s plugins and bookmarks.

via Tweetbot for iOS (retweeted on 11:53 AM, Oct 26th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

iA Impressive responsive design: http://t.co/FusL09tJ

via web (retweeted on 11:56 AM, Oct 25th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

Principles of User Interface Design — http://t.co/YNcUtxJV

via Twitter for Mac

Here we go again: On the “flat design” aesthetic— http://t.co/sZDiCxhE

via Twitter for Mac

New Twitter API rate limit policy makes less effective to embed latest tweets in sites via JS on a shared hosting env. https://t.co/4YLexbew

via Twitter for Mac

Some good news from MS. “Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface: IE10 meets modern mobile HTML5” — http://t.co/OgMRE7uQ

via Twitter for Mac

Interactive generative art with Silk: http://t.co/U5LNVtbp /via @septmbrindstry

via Twitter for Mac

I stopped using Firebug, Safari web inspector has become good enough. What a relief.

via Twitter for Mac

Ouch. Twitter removed RSS/Atom subscription from profile page. There’s a workaround: https://t.co/lmtULHGh

via Twitter for Mac

@Folletto Don’t show that to Edward Tufte or he’ll commit suicide.

via Twitter for Mac in reply to Folletto

AlbertoMucignat Il design è nei dettagli: 16 examples of microscopic attention to detail in UX design | Econsultancy http://t.co/5JFvwwzm

via Buffer (retweeted on 10:42 AM, Oct 9th, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)

The background of tre.it changes with seasons.

via Twitter for Mac

andyrutledge What if a pro team’s website cared about its visitors? Baseball Redux http://t.co/agy9Rd4Y

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 3:02 PM, Oct 1st, 2012 via Twitter for Mac)