A few of this week’s 37signals staff posts at Twitter.

Mark Imbriacomarkimbriaco: The 6 week cycle for Chrome releases with incrementing major version numbers has my bullshit detector going nuts.

asianmackasianmack: I wonder why newspapers are designed the way that they are. Big format, different sections, fold-over to read. Tradition? It’s unwieldy!

Matt Lindermanmattlinderman: I enjoy Netflix’ collection of Classic Albums documentaries. http://bit.ly/bijDyD

uptonicuptonic: Great interview with Dieter Rams. “Good design is as little design as possible.” http://bit.ly/bUaq0Z

Kiran Max Weberkiranmaxweber: “We generally air on the side of clarity vs. aesthetic. The simplicity that we try to achieve is an aesthetic in itself.” http://ow.ly/2dDXT

Ryan Singerrjs: Design up front always disappoints. The best revisions come in later stages, but they don’t come unless you leave room for them.

Jason Friedjasonfried: Dan Pink on speaking human at work: http://bit.ly/9FDt3G

uptonicuptonic: Attention cereal manufacturers: I get it. You sealed the bag. Good for you! Now let me open the package without destroying it.