My family got our first computer (a Commodor 64!) in my early high school years, and the Internet hadn’t hit full swing until after I graduated college. We lived in a foreign country and had one (that’s right, ONE!) channel of very dated programming broadcast from the nearby military base. All this to say that as a naturally curious kid starved for input, my face was always buried in books seeking information on ANYTHING.
This is what I love about the Web today — anything you want to know (or didn’t), it’s out there. Better yet are the serendipitous discoveries, like inksie.com and their article on Dieter Rams’ Ten Principles of Good Design.
With loads of amazing content to pour through, from essays to illustrations to new music podcasts, inksie is totally bookmark worthy!