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Vesper

Vesper is opinionated software. Every interaction, pixel, and line of code was carefully considered, and no work was too precious to throw away. I’d like to share some history of how Vesper…
LENGTH: 16 minutes (4056 words)

Redesigning Google: how Larry Page engineered a beautiful revolution

The new Google way is weird, but it's working By Dieter Bohn and Ellis Hamburger Something strange and remarkable started happening at Google immediately after Larry Page took full control as CEO in…
SOURCE:The Verge
PUBLISHED: Jan. 24, 2013
LENGTH: 12 minutes (3174 words)

The Bookstore Strikes Back

In late February I am in my basement, which is really a very nice part of my house that is not done justice by the word basement. For the purposes of this story, let’s call it the Parnassus…
LENGTH: 17 minutes (4462 words)

Subcompact Publishing

Simple tools and systems for digital publishing Craig Mod, November 2012 “I see god in the instruments and mechanisms that work reliably.” — Buckminster Fuller … Zip drives ate floppies.CDs ate…
LENGTH: 20 minutes (5161 words)