I know it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. It’s just amazing how quickly time flies when you’re really really busy. So, without further adieu, I give you this week’s top ten sites.
A nice blog that helps you be awesome at work or find another awesome job. Either way, it’s got everything from helpful tips to funny cartoons to help you make your job more awesome.
You choose from a variety of trending maps, and they show you the who has been saying what. Plus, the interface is really cool and simple.
If you love and need textures this is your site. Tons of free, good textures to choose from, plus the site design is quite nice too.
Even better than it sounds. Makes our Walmart look good some how.
A nice collection of AIR applications for designers. I haven’t had a chance to try these yet myself, so if any of you have I’d love to hear what you think.
Very similar to the gif site from a while back. Three frames from a movie, endlessly repeated.
PeachPit publishes books on a variety of interactive topics and the few I’ve read have been pretty good. I’m linking to the excerpt from Content Strategy for the Web: Why You Must Do a Content Audit by Kristina Halvorson. It looks like a great book and I can’t wait read it.
A blog that showcases bad user interfaces. It doesn’t get updated that often, but there are some nice examples up there.
Well written blog featuring interviews, podcasts and humorous posts about a variety of topics. How’s that for a generic description.
Not much to this website but a cute clock made out of images of people.