"put em in the parts bin"

hodgman:

I love Fred and Carrie’s Bert-and-Ernie beds very much. 

laughingsquid:

Portlandia Shows Why the Best Part of Going to a Music Concert Is Heading Back Home

all of this.

littlebigdetails:

Yelp - Let’s you use emoji to search for businesses.
/via George
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littlebigdetails:

Yelp - Let’s you use emoji to search for businesses.

/via George

More info

Most websites treat “I like it” and “This is good” as the same thing, leading to most people on the Internet refusing to distinguish between “I don’t like it” and “It’s not good”.

From Ten Rules of Internet by Anil Dash.

IMO, Yelp is one of the very few major sites out there that attempt to distinguish between “I like this,” and “This is good.” You can rate our reviews as Useful, Funny, or Cool, but you can’t like them.

You can (and I have) made arguments regarding how providing only a single method for feedback will increase feedback, but no matter how true that might be, if your comment is centered around providing value over entertainment, asking your users to at least try to distinguish between “I like this” and “this is good” is an important part of quality control.

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