Red Light, Green Light - New York Subway: Early... →
clipsnap: A typical subway entrance stands by a drugstore on Eighth Avenue in 1935. The lamp post used to let passengers know how often the train was running: a green lamp meant 24 hours a day, a yellow lamp meant only during the day, and a red lamp meant it was an exit-only staircase.
Washington Post HTML5 Boilerplate →
A shell of the Washington Post website. Built on a modified version of the HTML5 boilerplate by Paul Irish, with Compass/SASS and CoffeeScript support. If you’d like to use the HTML5 boilerplate with Compass/SASS and CoffeeScript, but without the WaPo header and footer, see this fork.
Raft Captain (Saturday Night Live) (by NBC)
Beloved editor, artist and writer Terri Windling... →
wilwheaton: Terri is the creator of groundbreaking fantasy and mythic art and literature over the past several decades, ranging from the influential urban fantasy series Bordertown to the online Journal of Mythic Arts. With co-editor Ellen Datlow, she changed the face of contemporary short fiction with The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror and other award-winning anthologies, including Silver...
Clients From Hell: Client: “Can you photoshop a... →
clientsfromhell: Client: “Can you photoshop a smile on Greg’s face. That guy is so depressing.” Me: “Well, I think it looks just fi—” Client: “We’re a travel agency, we’re supposed to sell good times to people. Greg just looks like he’s selling misery. He looks like Eeyore.” Me: “I don’t think he looks—”