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The ultimate guide to logo design

http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2014/02/the-ultimate-guide-to-logo-design/

A great read on logo design even if you don’t care about it. Lot’s of great visuals that is sure to make you think at least a little about each logo you seen for several days.

The Science of Facial Hair: What Signals Do Beards, Stubble, and Mustaches Send to Others?

http://www.artofmanliness.com/2014/03/25/facial-hair-signal/

This in-depth articles about beards is packed with examples and studies. It kinda makes me want to grow a beard, but at the same time it makes me just want to stay clean shaven. You decide!

Two computer screens aren’t better than one

http://www.theage.com.au/digital-life/computers/two-computer-screens-arent-better-than-one-20140321-357l1.html

An idiotic article saying one computer screen is better than two. The reason? Focus. The argument is made that the only reason to have two screens is to work on one and put Facebook on the other. It’s like saying having a smaller office, or smaller desk will leave less room for distractions and, therefore, more productive.

77 Facts That Sound Like Huge Lies But Are Actually Completely True

http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/77-facts-that-sound-like-huge-lies-but-are-completely-true

Although arguments can be made that BuzzFeed is destroying the internet by putting out complete diarrhea lists … this one is an exception. It’s one of the few interesting lists I have read in a very long time. Although I can only hope it’s true since there are no sources for most of these facts.

A Treasury of Rare and Weird Star Wars Posters From Around the World

http://io9.com/incredibly-weird-star-wars-posters-you-probably-havent-1521987518

An impressive collection of strange Star Wars posters from all around the world. Some of them are interesting, others downright bizarre. A must see for Star Wars fans.

BioWare’s Heir On Sexism, Racism, Homophobia In Games

http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2014/03/27/manveer-heir-interview/

An interview with Mass Effect 4 designer Manveer Heir on the topic is sexism and homophobia in video games. It actually has pretty much nothing to do with Mass Effect or video games specifically. It is an interesting perspective from an even more interesting point of view. I would consider this an important read.

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