When you definitely understand NFTs… (Birch Bark #88)
Photoshop is one of those things that people who don’t like web apps said wasn’t possible, but it’s happening as we speak. It’s not 100% there on day one, but it’s going to be a major part of Adobe’s lineup for years to come.
Facebook switched a few users to a reverse-chronological timeline in 2018. Those users spent more time on Facebook, felt worse, and Facebook made more ad revenue…is this what people who want reverse-chron timelines everywhere want?
Don’t let the click-bait headline fool you (that’s part of the point), this article about the Apple polishing cloth is perfect.
Spectrum Generator is a pretty rad tool for generating color palettes in a snap
And finally, 20 of the most underrated movies of the past 20 years, complete with links on where to watch them.
The new masking tools in Lightroom are truly out of this world, and they of course work equally well on Mac, Windows, iPad, and iPhone.
If you already have a new MacBook Pro, watch this video on it to really appreciate the HDR.
I’m almost through Metroid Dread (taking my time with it) and it truly is a testament to it that despite never telling you where to go next, you always seem to find yourself getting where you need to go anyway. Now that’s good game design.