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baconbra:

<Photo by alex lazara>
Last night at Sauce Spirits and SoundBar in Minneapolis, I participated in the MN Beard-Off. I had a fake beard and it was made of bacon, of course. The bacon was sealed and sewed to a wire-frame. Credit for the bacon beard production goes to my friend, Cousin Pauly!
I was in the freestyle category and was one of 3 finalists!
The event was terrifically awesome and I suggest you check out these photos by my friend Alex and the MN Beard-Off website!
A special thanks to all who cheered for me at the event, and took pictures, and bought whiskey. It was great to meet so many cool people!
Formica Dinette, wearer of bacon 

baconbra:

<Photo by alex lazara>

Last night at Sauce Spirits and SoundBar in Minneapolis, I participated in the MN Beard-Off. I had a fake beard and it was made of bacon, of course. The bacon was sealed and sewed to a wire-frame. Credit for the bacon beard production goes to my friend, Cousin Pauly!

I was in the freestyle category and was one of 3 finalists!

The event was terrifically awesome and I suggest you check out these photos by my friend Alex and the MN Beard-Off website!

A special thanks to all who cheered for me at the event, and took pictures, and bought whiskey. It was great to meet so many cool people!

Formica Dinette, wearer of bacon 

The following is a selection of octopuses with maps (or maps with octopuses). States are most typically represented as octopuses when it comes to maps, however, Landlords, Jews and Free Masons have also been shown as octopuses juxtaposed with cartography. I have excluded octopuses on globes for…

agentmlovestacos:

BABY RED PANDA! *blood starts gushing from nose due to overwhelming cuteness*
via fuckyeahbabyanimals:

allcreatures:

Baby red panda, Mei Mei, at 9 weeks.
via

agentmlovestacos:

BABY RED PANDA! *blood starts gushing from nose due to overwhelming cuteness*

via fuckyeahbabyanimals:

allcreatures:

Baby red panda, Mei Mei, at 9 weeks.

via

santoscreative:

Backofawebpage.com
Came across this interesting Tumblr blog showing what the back of popular websites may look like, in case you ever wondered. Love the thinking behind these.

santoscreative:

Backofawebpage.com

Came across this interesting Tumblr blog showing what the back of popular websites may look like, in case you ever wondered. Love the thinking behind these.

atsween:

inthefade:
Pretty accurate, though I’d give Return of the Jedi a lower rating. Fucking ewoks.
I’d disagree with Star Trek (3 is worse), Jurassic Park (3 is better), and Die Hard (3 is a lot worse). But still, sweet as candy this is.

(via danmeth)

atsween:

inthefade:

Pretty accurate, though I’d give Return of the Jedi a lower rating. Fucking ewoks.

I’d disagree with Star Trek (3 is worse), Jurassic Park (3 is better), and Die Hard (3 is a lot worse). But still, sweet as candy this is.

(via danmeth)

youmightfindyourself:

Business cards for Glammer Education Institute of Hair Design.

youmightfindyourself:

Business cards for Glammer Education Institute of Hair Design.

youmightfindyourself:

Business cards for Glammer Education Institute of Hair Design.

youmightfindyourself:

Business cards for Glammer Education Institute of Hair Design.

Serving up iPad-specific CSS

catharsis:

And here we go! You’re already familiar with the media query to serve up iPhone-only stylesheets, right? Well, make sure you add this one to your arsenal:

<link rel="stylesheet" media="only screen and (max-device-width: 1024px)" href="css/ipad.css" type="text/css" />

/via Thomas Maier by way of Noah Stokes

axureformac:

Hi Everyone,
We just released the beta version of Axure RP for Mac. It is available for download here. And we are targeting the end of March for the final release.
The beta expires April 15, 2010. A valid beta will be available until the final release of 5.6 for Mac so your work will not be interrupted.
Axure for Mac requires the following:
Mac computer with Intel processor
Mac OS X 10.5+
1 GB Memory
200 MB disk space
For specifications, Microsoft Office Word 2004 (with compatibility pack) or Word 2008
For prototypes, Firefox
What to expect:The beta has all* of the features from Axure RP 5.6 for Windows including shared projects. It also has a number of UI enhancements like a new properties pane and redesigned interactions dialog.
If you’ve been using the alpha (thank you!), you’ll notice a new formatting toolbar and the formatting pane has been moved to the annotations and interactions pane. Also, the default folders for widget libraries has been moved to ~/Documents/Axure/Libraries.
The .rp files are compatible with Axure RP 5.6 on Windows.
* Features not in the Mac version:- Word 2000 generator (the newer Word 2007 or DOCX generator is available)- CHM generation for prototypes- Spell Checker (native Mac spell checking while editing text works)
Known Issues:Safari compatibility has not been fully tested. If you notice anything in prototypes that do not work in Safari, please let us know.
iWork Pages crashes when opening the generated specification. Word is required to open the specification. But once saved in Word, they do open in Pages.
Shared projects can be stored on a Windows (SMB) network drive or SVN server, but not a Mac share or through https.
Performance tuning is in progress.
How can you help?Please submit bug report dialogs that pop-up in the application. Any information that might help us repeat an error is really helpful. You can send those to support@axure.com along with any bugs and requests.
What’s next: We’ll continue to release beta builds until the final release and post known issues here. You can keep track of updates here, on our blog or by following us on Twitter.
And if you have any requests for 6.0, now’s a good time to send them in.
Thank you! Victor

axureformac:

Hi Everyone,

We just released the beta version of Axure RP for Mac. It is available for download here. And we are targeting the end of March for the final release.

The beta expires April 15, 2010. A valid beta will be available until the final release of 5.6 for Mac so your work will not be interrupted.

Axure for Mac requires the following:

  • Mac computer with Intel processor
  • Mac OS X 10.5+
  • 1 GB Memory
  • 200 MB disk space
  • For specifications, Microsoft Office Word 2004 (with compatibility pack) or Word 2008
  • For prototypes, Firefox

What to expect:
The beta has all* of the features from Axure RP 5.6 for Windows including shared projects. It also has a number of UI enhancements like a new properties pane and redesigned interactions dialog.

If you’ve been using the alpha (thank you!), you’ll notice a new formatting toolbar and the formatting pane has been moved to the annotations and interactions pane. Also, the default folders for widget libraries has been moved to ~/Documents/Axure/Libraries.

The .rp files are compatible with Axure RP 5.6 on Windows.

* Features not in the Mac version:
- Word 2000 generator (the newer Word 2007 or DOCX generator is available)
- CHM generation for prototypes
- Spell Checker (native Mac spell checking while editing text works)

Known Issues:
Safari compatibility has not been fully tested. If you notice anything in prototypes that do not work in Safari, please let us know.

iWork Pages crashes when opening the generated specification. Word is required to open the specification. But once saved in Word, they do open in Pages.

Shared projects can be stored on a Windows (SMB) network drive or SVN server, but not a Mac share or through https.

Performance tuning is in progress.

How can you help?
Please submit bug report dialogs that pop-up in the application. Any information that might help us repeat an error is really helpful. You can send those to support@axure.com along with any bugs and requests.

What’s next:
We’ll continue to release beta builds until the final release and post known issues here. You can keep track of updates here, on our blog or by following us on Twitter.

And if you have any requests for 6.0, now’s a good time to send them in.

Thank you!
Victor

axureformac:

Hi Everyone,
We just released the beta version of Axure RP for Mac. It is available for download here. And we are targeting the end of March for the final release.
The beta expires April 15, 2010. A valid beta will be available until the final release of 5.6 for Mac so your work will not be interrupted.
Axure for Mac requires the following:
Mac computer with Intel processor
Mac OS X 10.5+
1 GB Memory
200 MB disk space
For specifications, Microsoft Office Word 2004 (with compatibility pack) or Word 2008
For prototypes, Firefox
What to expect:The beta has all* of the features from Axure RP 5.6 for Windows including shared projects. It also has a number of UI enhancements like a new properties pane and redesigned interactions dialog.
If you’ve been using the alpha (thank you!), you’ll notice a new formatting toolbar and the formatting pane has been moved to the annotations and interactions pane. Also, the default folders for widget libraries has been moved to ~/Documents/Axure/Libraries.
The .rp files are compatible with Axure RP 5.6 on Windows.
* Features not in the Mac version:- Word 2000 generator (the newer Word 2007 or DOCX generator is available)- CHM generation for prototypes- Spell Checker (native Mac spell checking while editing text works)
Known Issues:Safari compatibility has not been fully tested. If you notice anything in prototypes that do not work in Safari, please let us know.
iWork Pages crashes when opening the generated specification. Word is required to open the specification. But once saved in Word, they do open in Pages.
Shared projects can be stored on a Windows (SMB) network drive or SVN server, but not a Mac share or through https.
Performance tuning is in progress.
How can you help?Please submit bug report dialogs that pop-up in the application. Any information that might help us repeat an error is really helpful. You can send those to support@axure.com along with any bugs and requests.
What’s next: We’ll continue to release beta builds until the final release and post known issues here. You can keep track of updates here, on our blog or by following us on Twitter.
And if you have any requests for 6.0, now’s a good time to send them in.
Thank you! Victor

axureformac:

Hi Everyone,

We just released the beta version of Axure RP for Mac. It is available for download here. And we are targeting the end of March for the final release.

The beta expires April 15, 2010. A valid beta will be available until the final release of 5.6 for Mac so your work will not be interrupted.

Axure for Mac requires the following:

  • Mac computer with Intel processor
  • Mac OS X 10.5+
  • 1 GB Memory
  • 200 MB disk space
  • For specifications, Microsoft Office Word 2004 (with compatibility pack) or Word 2008
  • For prototypes, Firefox

What to expect:
The beta has all* of the features from Axure RP 5.6 for Windows including shared projects. It also has a number of UI enhancements like a new properties pane and redesigned interactions dialog.

If you’ve been using the alpha (thank you!), you’ll notice a new formatting toolbar and the formatting pane has been moved to the annotations and interactions pane. Also, the default folders for widget libraries has been moved to ~/Documents/Axure/Libraries.

The .rp files are compatible with Axure RP 5.6 on Windows.

* Features not in the Mac version:
- Word 2000 generator (the newer Word 2007 or DOCX generator is available)
- CHM generation for prototypes
- Spell Checker (native Mac spell checking while editing text works)

Known Issues:
Safari compatibility has not been fully tested. If you notice anything in prototypes that do not work in Safari, please let us know.

iWork Pages crashes when opening the generated specification. Word is required to open the specification. But once saved in Word, they do open in Pages.

Shared projects can be stored on a Windows (SMB) network drive or SVN server, but not a Mac share or through https.

Performance tuning is in progress.

How can you help?
Please submit bug report dialogs that pop-up in the application. Any information that might help us repeat an error is really helpful. You can send those to support@axure.com along with any bugs and requests.

What’s next:
We’ll continue to release beta builds until the final release and post known issues here. You can keep track of updates here, on our blog or by following us on Twitter.

And if you have any requests for 6.0, now’s a good time to send them in.

Thank you!
Victor