The media agency says to a client, that’s a question for the creative agency. The creative agency loves it because they are being called creative so they act like spaniels being tickled saying ‘oh that’s lovely, we’re being called creative’. What the client might hear is that the creatives are a bunch of flaky bastards who wouldn’t know a spreadsheet if it mugged them.Rory Sutherland, vice-chairman of Ogilvy UK
All the bushwa about the future of work seems to ignore what would make employees happy—now and in the future. Being treated like individuals. With personal space and effects. And maybe a slim slice of quiet now and again.George Tannenbaum / Ad Aged
A stationery classic from the ’80s, updated for today with the addition of a—wait for it—SIM card eject pin.
Maybe they’re one and the same.
There is actually a subreddit of pictures of bread stapled to trees. It’s entertainment, I guess? Or post-ironic art maybe.
It’s been sampled in over 700 songs, Wikipedia says.
For me personally, I know every single person asking me a question can’t play as well as I can and never will, so no matter what you say or what you write, you’ll never light a candle to me. That’s how I deal with it.Naomi Osaka: Grand Slams want ‘meaningful improvements’ & to ‘advance mental health’
I finally got around to playing with Squoosh, an experimental web app from the Google Chrome team that compresses images in the browser. To test it out, I screen captured the Squoosh site to test Squoosh. (This movie would be called PNG-ception, y’all.)
On the surface, the ImageOptim output looks miles better. But I just went with Squoosh’s defaults and my ImageOptim settings have been tweaked over the years. I also did this dirty test in between meetings and that’s not enough time to explore Squoosh’s options and features. It works great on mobile, exports to WebP & AV1F, and… can automate it all on the command line with NPM. I sense my weekend slipping away from me already…