We made a Mac app that let you try fonts in your favourite application for free. If you like the fonts, rent them for just a fraction of their regular price. And if you continue to use them, get them for good after a year.
Check out this fascinating macro peek into a hive. Colossal writes,
In an attempt to better understand exactly what happens as a bee grows from an egg into an adult insect, photographer Anand Varma teamed up with the bee lab at UC Davis to film the first three weeks of a bee’s life in unprecedented detail, all condensed into a 60-second clip.
I’ve been hearing (no pun intended) for a while now about Google experiments in using sound to help nearby devices communicate, and this is a funky application of the tech: install a Chrome extension on multiple computers to let them pass around links via short bursts of audio.
Hmm—here’s a novel approach to creating meetings: Sunrise Meet lets you schedule meetings from any app by pulling up a custom keyboard. Neat, though I wonder how many normal users know how to install such a thing & would think to use it.
File under “Seems potentially handy”: Mr. Stacks “is a Photoshop script that rapidly generates storyboards, stacks, and PDF(s) for CD check-ins, client-ish presentations, and whatever else it is you do. Helping to Nail some of the most monotonous tasks in art direction.”