“On March 21, 2011, my MacBook was stolen from my apartment in Oakland, CA. I reported the crime to the police and even told them where it was, but they can’t help me due to lack of resources. I’m currently in the process of contacting the mayor’s office. Meanwhile, I’m using the awesome app, Hidden, to capture these photos of this guy who has my MacBook.”—This Guy Has My MacBook
I’m reposting this because its so ridiculously bad and the sad fact is the company has built a business on this. I have known multiple designers over the years who have had their designs ripped off and recreated exactly as is by Urban Outfitters, in areas outside of jewelry as…
I wrote a post for Forbes.com. My co-founders tell me it’s soul-suckingly evil.
Don’t want one but I bet there are millions of idiots who would gladly give away their personal data.
Come to think of it, aren’t we already doing that with credit card companies anyway? Nobody actually reads the privacy agreement that comes with their credit cards that tells you they’re selling your information to third-parties, so why not Facebook?
hey, u don't have to post this, unless you want to. i just wanted to say thanks for linking to my helvetica book/site when it came out. i didn't notice it right away because so much was going on, but i really appreciate it