The truth is paywalled, but this newsletter isn't (Birch Bark #89)
Read this! The Truth is Paywalled, but the Lies are Free. “This means that the more reliable an article is, the less accessible it is.” Oof…
The “no code” trends in recent years have been amazing to see, with tons of tools popping up to let you do things without writing any code. Want to automate your life? Zapier is here to help. Want top build a website from a Notion database? Tons of tools have you covered. NoCode November is kind of like National Writing Month, but honestly I just love this site for collecting all of these tools in one place. It’s an incredibly useful resource, and it’s liable to spark some inspiration.
Stealing a giraffe from a zoo if it’s a really awesome giraffe? It’s okay.
This is pretty complicated, but this is a cool demo of getting that “glassmorphic” look on icons in CSS.
If you work in email, then you definitely want to read up on email design trends going into 2022.
There are still too few women in the VFX industry, especially when it comes to supervisory roles.
Unpacking is a great new game that came on my radar this week and it’s surprisingly excellent. Watch the trailer and you’ll know in seconds whether this is your jam or not.
MKBHD gushing about the new MacBook Pros is just fantastic. Everyone I’ve seen, even the hardest core Windows fans, seem to love the direction Apple has gone, and I have to agree with them.
And finally, Forza Horizon 5 came out this week and it’s a technical showpiece for the Xbox Series consoles. It’s on Game Pass so you can get it for Xbox or PC right now, and even if you don’t want to play it, the technical breakdown is great fun on its own.