Most read in June 2013

Está tudo tão estranho, e não é à toa.

Um relato do quebra-cabeças que fui montando nos últimos dias. Aviso que o post é longo, mas prometo fazer valer cada palavra.

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Don’t go to art school

The traditional approach is failing us. It’s time for a change.

I’ve had it.

O gigante criado a leite com pera

Crônica sobre um titã incompreendido.

Militantes das antigas, comunistas comedores de criancinhas, políticos corruptos e…

The Awful Truth About Jogging

You thought I wouldn’t find out, runners? Your lies stop now!

I’ve decided, at the age of thirty-two, to start running. Not as a…

The Facebook experiment has failed. Let’s go back.

I am signed into Facebook right now. At a quick glance, the entire list of posts on the first screen are irrelevant to me. If I…

Apple Literally Stole My Thunder

I’ve been a developer for iOS since one could develop for iOS. And I’ve created a lot of apps, some very successful. As such, I’ve had my fair share of App Store rejections, both warranted and unwarranted. I’m not one to complain, but this latest is simply unbearable.

The first app I ever developed is still sitting in iTunes Connect. At…

The Risk Not Taken

For the first three years of Bonobos, I lived with $3,000 in the bank, a $3,000 apartment, and $150,000 of debt. During that time — 2007 to 2010 — I was only a month away…

What happened with iOS7?

Did Apple fall victim to design by committee?

Today at WWDC, Apple released the much hyped iOS7 ‘flat design’ theme, and as a designer, I…

The Internet Just Made Microsoft Kill a Car for a Faster Horse

It’s most likely an apocryphal story, but there’s a quote from Henry Ford where he said, “If I had asked what my…