emojinalysis:

Subject 29: Anne, 19Hi, “Anne.” Let’s get this out of the way up front. You’re clearly a dude running some sort of shady Eastern European identity scam, right? The bottom row alone (Busts in silhouette, Free/New/Cool symbols, Heart with arrow) could literally be the outline for a bad John Grisham novel. Let me guess, your front is an online dating site for the swine-curious called “Porkers”? Punch yourself twice if I’m right.Diagnostic emoji: Money with wingsPrescribed emoji: Wrapped present + Pile of poop 

emojinalysis:

Subject 29: Anne, 19

Hi, “Anne.” Let’s get this out of the way up front. You’re clearly a dude running some sort of shady Eastern European identity scam, right? The bottom row alone (Busts in silhouette, Free/New/Cool symbols, Heart with arrow) could literally be the outline for a bad John Grisham novel. Let me guess, your front is an online dating site for the swine-curious called “Porkers”? Punch yourself twice if I’m right.

Diagnostic emoji: Money with wings
Prescribed emoji: Wrapped present + Pile of poop 

gitignore-boilerplates - Shell script for cloning GitHub .gitignore templates

thechangelog:

GitHub’s .gitignore templates are awesome, but mashing them up into a new project can be a pain. Simon Whitaker has created a handy shell script to make that easier:

gibo Python vim >> .gitignore

This will copy the contents of GitHub’s Python and vim templates to your .gitignore. Brilliant.

The script also lets you list all the templates in the GitHub project:

gibo -l

Check out the source on GitHub to check out implementation, usage, or how to contribute.

Update: Lucas let us know about gemignore, his Ruby gem for the same task.

Made with Paper

Made with Paper

screenshotsofdespair:

You can’t go forward from where you are right now.
(Spotify) [@matthewbaldwin]

screenshotsofdespair:

You can’t go forward from where you are right now.

(Spotify) [@matthewbaldwin]

The fourth and final video in the Everything is a Remix series by Kirby Ferguson. If you missed episodes 1-3 I strongly recommend catching up at http://www.everythingisaremix.info/watch-the-series/. (via Everything is a Remix Part 4 on Vimeo)

The learning curve for Git is steep — perhaps the steepest of any VCS I’ve used. But the reason should be clear: It’s not a hammer; it’s a hardware store.
It was the only reaction I got! And I thought “Who cares about the fucking jumper, why don’t you ask me what are we going to do with the story or the character?”

Finally.

Express your barely-sated impatience at Apple’s slovenly attitude towards innovation with this simple Safari extension. Adds choice epithets to headings on www.apple.com.

Facebook fright

He missed a trick by not calling it The Likes Of Others