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Treehouse The guys over at particletree just launched a new PDF magazine. The first issue is free and features interviews with myself, Jason Santa Maria and Paul Scrivens with articles by Jeremy Keith, John Zeratsky and Jonathan Snook. In my interview we talked a lot about Mint, its development and the warm reception it received from the community. Excellent content across the board. Permalink

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Enablr While the missing-e monikr has officially jumped the shark (along with unnecessary, “clever” punctuation in dom.ain.name/s) Transcribr addresses two of podcasting’s biggest deficiencies: lack of indexing by search engines and our inability to skim audio. And with Stenographr you can tell grandma all about that podcast you just read.  Permalink

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ourcommon Beautiful site, beautiful work. (via MintPermalink

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Lealea Design “Lealea is pronounced like that princess’ name from Star Wars—twice.” Nice use of sIFR and Slideshow Pro to present some gorgeous work. Don’t miss the BlogblogPermalink

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Silverpoint’s Growth Continues The Baltimore team is now looking for a Web Designer, an Interactive Designer, and a couple of Production Designer/ProducersPermalink

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Weezer Recording History Fifteen pages (just text) documenting shows, rehearsals, and recording studio visits as far back as ‘87. It’s really interesting seeing the gems from the studio albums emerge out of dozens of other unrecorded compositions. Permalink

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Champions of Multimedia Design Anyone know where I can get one of those Firefox head-warmer dealies Rob’s wearing in this strip? Permalink

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Refreshed View The gorgeous Fresh View Pepper has been updated for use with Mint 1.2, making it the first third-party Pepper to rock the new API. Nice work Kyle! Permalink

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