Berliners have been marking the 25th anniversary of the fall of the city’s Wall with a 15km-long light installation which uses 8000 illuminated balloons to trace the path of where the wall once stood — a stunning reminder of a divided city.
The Magazine Diaries — A magazine about magazines!
Over three months, more than 100 magazine professionals took the time to write 100 words for the Magazine Diaries on how they felt about what they do for a living and the products they make. They wrote in support of MagAid, a charity using magazines to develop a love of reading in under privileged school children, but they also just wanted to get stuff off their chests.
The Podcast Method — Dan Benjamin's podcast equipment guide, based on experiences since 2006 as a podcaster and the founder of 5by5.tv
The Back to Front Show #033: Back behind the Yeti’s — Back from our travels we return behind the Yeti's to discuss everything from the hunt for the perfect email app to the sartorial elegance of modern tech CEO's. This episode also features a rather splendid retreat venue only four hours from Spokane.
2015 Calendar — Beautiful wall calendars designed by independent Stockholm based designer Erik Olovsson and shipped worldwide
Basecamp Meetup — For a company that thrives on remote working Basecamp have one of the nicest offices I have seen.
Seeing Past the Highlight Reel — A great post by Rachel Andrew on A List Apart:
I am not the sort of person who "airs her dirty laundry in public." I wouldn’t walk into a mixed group of friends, colleagues, and complete strangers at a party and announce something deeply personal, and so it is with Twitter. For me, Twitter is a place to chat, a replacement for the Telnet Talkers I was so fond of in the 1990s. I share things I think are interesting, I keep up with what people I know are doing, but I see it as a public place.