Toolbox Node toolbox is here, a directory of node resources organized by category and ranked by popularity. Having used Ruby toolbox before, I wouldn’t say popularity is a good sorting field, but I do like the directory structure for browsing through available options.
Interesting concept ConceptScript for writing tests with fake data, because, and I couldn’t agree more: ”Humans suck at thinking up edge cases. Machines don’t.”
Instareader Killer improvement on my commute: using iPhone/iPad VoiceOver to listen to articles saved with Instapaper.
Instaviewer Another kick-ass app, Spool lets me bookmark video and save it for viewing later. I should also mention Spool just changed their app UI from “a bunch of features” into a simpler, easier to use UI. I’m always excited when a good product is ballsy enough to become a better product by dropping/hiding features.
Bike shedding Apparently no one is using the <time> element, since it doesn’t really do anything, concludes this discussion on what to rename the <time> element so it can be even less effective. (Don’t be hating because W3c members get to discuss document edits in Bugzilla; that’s just one of the many perks)
Oblivious Bias? What bias? I don’t see any bias. Hank Williams on the meritocracy illusion:
But I firmly believe market makers, both investors and the people who help you get ready to approach them, seek out entrepreneurs who appeal to them on some less than objective, visceral level, who feel “comfortable” to them. They don’t *need* to actively filter out undesirable profiles. They just focus on what *does* appeal to them.
People ignore design that ignores people.