Fantastic article that makes it apparent how to design your UI when creating web apps: http://scotthurff.com/posts/why-your-user-interface-is-awkward-youre-ignoring-the-ui-stack

I’m not great at being mindful, it is definitely something that would help me though, as I’m one of those people that try and fit a million things in each day. http://zenhabits.net/overloaded/

This article discusses some of the main backward compatible breaking items in PHP 7 and the new features to be excited for. #1 is speed! https://kinsta.com/blog/getting-ready-for-php7/

Awesome free service for web professionals doing freelance work (which as we’ve seen before is a crazy high number). Legally legit and looks great. Even includes digital signatures: https://www.hellobonsai.com/

A great post from Humans of New York reminded me why I published the last edition of the EIU Bluebook. “I’m a rare book librarian. I get to touch books every single day. My colleague and I have a joke that we are… Posted by Humans of New York on Wednesday, September 16, 2015

I’m fortunate to have the option to work remote occasionally at my job. I do feel more productive, and I guess I was surprised to see my feelings back up with numbers: View story at Medium.com

Great research out from Google about what experts vs. non-experts value in staying secure online. What I appreciate most is having anti-virus software is not on the expert list. I’ve seen for years that anti-virus software just doesn’t work. Hackers will always be one step ahead of the anti-virus makers. http://arstechnica.com/security/2015/07/what-amateurs-can-learn-from-security-pros-about-staying-safe-online  

Check out this article by David Walsh: http://davidwalsh.name/impostor-syndrome It’s totally a thing in the web development world.

If you watch movies and you’re a programmer, you probably have to comment on how bad the interfaces are. Here is a website that makes it easy to hack like a hollywood hacker: http://geektyper.com/