"20 years from now, I am not going to care about whether we took an extra six months or a year in development; I am going to care about the quality of the game people got to play. It'd be a shame to sacrifice some of that quality just to squeak the game out a little sooner." -- Jonathan Blow on The Witness
Wednesday, second to last day of RC and NYC (for now). Early on in the day I added pagination to my blog's index page. I finally only show the last 50 posts, instead of all of them. Ken helped me fix the archive page to be bounded by months I have posted in. I had some complicated boolean logic, and we stepped back and turned it into a much simpler for loop.
One day, I'll have a super awesome house like one of these.
I'm not sure if I've just drank too much Koolaid, but I am not surprised by this youtube change. It's been evident to me from the early says of G+ that Google wanted a unified login system. As a Google Apps user, it was so obvious that everything was broken about the login system. Now Larry is in charge, and he wants all products speaking the same language. Google first unified the design language to get you used to the fact that everything is one Google. Now, slowly all of your accounts are being unified.