Technology Reporter, New York Times
tommoody.us — On the weighty issue of GIF pronunciation (hard G, of course), you might want to consider that the j-sound-preferring GIF inventor who everyone loves to cite as an authority, Steve Wilhite, was a nag and consummate bore on this subject since the 1980s. (And he's still at it.)
nytimes.com — I WAS an ordinary computer programmer. I wrote code that ran at the levels between flashy human interfaces and the deep cores of operating systems, like the role of altos in a chorus, who provide the structure without your taking much notice of their melodic lines. I made realistic schedules and met my deadlines.
thefader.com — Parsons, the prestigious and well-venerated fashion school in New York, counts the likes of Marc Jacobs (class of 1984) and Jack McCollough and Hernandez Lazaro of Proenza Schouler (class of 2002) among its alumni, so every year when the graduating seniors present a collection of clothes as their final thesis, industry heads check it out to scope the future of fashion.
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