The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #151

  1. The Typographic Ticket Book | “By special issue from the 100% totally real Typographic Violations Division, the Uniform Ticket Book is standard equipment for the modern design enforcer. Lists thirty-two common design infractions, each with an appropriate penalty, with plenty of room for improvisation.”
  2. Typekit is Adobe Fonts | “As Adobe Fonts, we are consolidating all previous Typekit plans into one streamlined service that gives you our complete library as part of all Creative Cloud plans.”
  3. How A 1979 Email Chain Letter Helped Give Birth to Our Social Internet | “Vint Cerf, co-inventor of the TCP/IP protocol and general internet pioneer, traces the emerging social use of the Internet to an unlikely candidate…”
  4. Did I Make a Mistake Selling My Social-Media Darling to Yahoo? | “ was a way to save things while wandering across the web with low cognitive overhead. You could save and tag. Tags were something I invented, they weren’t a thing before that. Instead of carefully organizing your bookmark folder, you added a word or two. And you could see what other people were working on, and share and contribute with them as well.”
  5. Rejected | “Apple apparently considers referencing the devices that an application is designed to run on not relevant to its functionality.”
  6. Chain Reaction: An International Print and Illustration Show of Bicycle-Inspired Art | “As part of a unique collaboration with the Design Museum of Chicago, Colossal asked some of our favorite poster makers, illustrators, designers, and artists from around the world to make prints featuring bicycles.”
  7. Jason Fried — How to Live Life on Your Own Terms (#329) | “Jason Fried is the co-founder and CEO at Basecamp, and the co-author of Rework, Remote: Office Not Required, and Getting Real: The Smarter, Faster, Easier Way to Build a Successful Web Application. The upcoming It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work will be out later this year. Jason writes a regular column for Inc. magazine and is a frequent contributor to Basecamp’s popular blog Signal v. Noise, which offers “strong opinions and shared thoughts on design, business, and tech.”
  8. 5 things I’m telling my kids to prepare them for the future | “As young people start to enter the workforce, things are going to be very different than they are now. Here’s how to prepare them.”
  9. Climate change and the 75% problem | “Quick: Think of some inventions that help fight climate change. What came to mind first? I bet you thought of solar panels and wind turbines. In my experience, that’s what people point to when they think about reducing greenhouse gas emissions. They’re not wrong… [But] Making electricity is responsible for only 25% of all greenhouse gas emissions each year.”
  10. What to post where in Slack | “The ins and outs of transparency between channels, messages, members, and guests.”

Image: via the Typographic Ticket Book, link #1.