True story: Emptying my OS X trash folder cleared up slightly more than 220 gigabytes of disk space.
Beautifully minimal compositions by Tony Hammond, although I am not a big fan of the surreal colour grading.
The cynical would say that an SEO specialist sees people only as datapoints, incapable of actual thought or ideology. That’s true, but lets us off too easily. Rather, we see people as disembodied eyeballs, hovering endlessly in front of computer displays, consuming blogs and marketing ephemera without pause. It’s a vision of the world which is, as you can imagine, fundamentally optimistic.
— An agency content marketer railing against content detritus
So Google’s search term spellchecker thinks I have typed in something wrongly when I was actually using a Google macro to find the definition of a legit word. Is it that big a deal? What else do they get wrong? This is worrying because, like most people, I don’t sound very smart without Google.