March 13, 2014
"Who in their life has ever kept a file inside a folder, inside a folder, inside another folder? I can’t even imagine what that would look like."

Cloud UX: Dude, Where’s My File?

It’s a fair point! >

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Filed under: geek tech web funny 
October 1, 2013
"It’s a humbling thought, but as web professionals, nothing we create actually exists when the power goes out."

A List Apart: For People Who Make Websites

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Filed under: web geek design tech eco 
March 23, 2013

Is anyone else finding the new edit screen an absolute nightmare to use? :(

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Filed under: tumblr tech geek blog 
October 7, 2012
superseventies:

1977 Radio Shack advertisement.

superseventies:

1977 Radio Shack advertisement.

(Source: pinterest.com, via parislemon)

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Filed under: geek tech 
September 28, 2012

(via detectmagic)

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Filed under: funny geek tech web sims games 
September 25, 2012
You did something interesting recently.

screenshotsofdespair:

I wanted to share a few links to things that are related to Screenshots of Despair, as well as to the general idea behind this blog.

-This Nevolution post, titled “Mood-board of Unknown Tumblrs” says some interesting things about emotion and the New Aesthetic, name-checking Webcamtears (a project whose editor also runs La Gazette du Mauvais Gout), Rich Kids of Instagram and Rob Walker’s Pergoogle. (Close readers will recall that Mr. Walker gave this site a huge boost when he wrote about it for Design Observer.)

About SoD, Nevolution says: “It’s the most interesting of the bunch, but it’s the one I feel least comfortable writing about. It’s the smartest of the bunch but also the one I feel least able to articulate.” This is pretty much what I’ve been striving for in every aspect of my life (yay, total inscrutability!), so it’s wonderful to read.

-Screenshots connoisseur Hayley Pearce sent in this article about skeuomorphic design, and the interaction and tension between the physical world and the digital one. Mr. Walker (cited above!) has also tackled this topic, and very well.

-Screenshots also got a little mention on Lost at E Minor.

-Panacea: A Screenshots reader submitted this site. It has a MAKE EVERYTHING OK button. Maybe it will make you feel better?

As always, PLEASE submit stuff via the Submit button on this blog or by e-mailing me at josh.kimball@gmail.com. All submissions are appreciated!

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