I've been working on some video tests with the iPhone and I needed to mount it on tripod for some steadier shots. Some folks in the office had good things to say about the Glif from Studio Neat, but the only one we had lying around didn't fit my phone and sat kinda goofy on our tripod plate. So, I did something I wouldn't have imagined possible a few years ago. I printed a new one.
We got a 3D printer in the office a few months ago. So far it's been used to make …
came by the office a few weeks ago to give a talk about his latest project, Soundslice.
Check it out over here and if you dig it, show Adrian some love and leave him a tip.
is an extremely successful open source project that targets the
platform and .NET . In this interview, we talk with Shaun
about bringing DotNetNuke forward from its humble beginnings as a .NET
sample project, to the premier open source content management system for
The beginnings of DotNetNuke and engaging with on open source
…They've long needed a home. The Help site has been a great place for us to not only showcase Shaun's videos, but house information about real live example projects , classes , and 3rd-party integrations as well.
Our support team has been doing a great job for years. We're proud to have some of the fastest response times in the business. And now, we're proud of the extra-helpful all new Basecamp Help site . Dig …
My classmates also come from a variety of backgrounds. Some are designers with no programming experience. Others are programmers who work in languages other than Ruby. There's also a lawyer and a couple Chicago Public School teachers, too. There's a good 30 year age range spread as well. It's a diverse and dedicated group. They're …
We've been working on putting together some feature introductions and I thought I'd share what goes into making one.
I like to start off without a script and just start recording some screen capture with voiceover. This is edited together into a rough version of what the story will eventually be.
Feedback: The design on the blackboard can be more clear. It also takes too long to get into why someone would use this.
It's taken us eight years to assemble the fabulous ensemble at. Here's how we're split across specialities (counting as a designer and me as a programmer):
"Other" currently constituteson data, Shaun on video, and as the office manager.
We have customers around the world doing extraordinary things with our software, but Ben Saunders is taking it to a whole new level.
Ben and his team are using Basecamp to organize an expedition to the South Pole and back, unsupported and on foot. This is the same journey Captain Robert Scott died trying to achieve 100 years ago, and no one has attempted it since.
Ben has been a professional polar explorer for more than 10 years and is one of only three people to complete a …
In February I got a chance to chat with Paul Budnitz, founder of Budnitz Bicycles.
"I design and create beautiful things and then create businesses to sell them," Paul says. He's been a professional photographer, shot films, owned a company modifying vintage clothing, turned making handmade microphones out of a garage into a multi-million dollar business — the list goes on. "I started out in eighth grade selling fireworks to all my friends in school and we actually …
Shaun's vegetarian chili, and Will's wife's veggie-and-ham soup
made a pie with apples from her last fall, and I made a sweet potato meringue pie with mine.
Hey, it doesn't have to be 100% healthy all the time, right?
Michael, Irv & Shelly — I'm considering moving to so he'll feed me more often.' resident foodie and showoff, whips up amazing creations with his CSA goodies from