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Ahoy! It’s Found Friday vol 93, and this week we have: a neat, new little bookmarking/collection app; a look into the creation of the crazy London 2012 cauldron; the beautiful design of the Alfred Hitchcock Masterpiece collection; a new app that lets you drag & drop to sell, or peruse the marketplace for digital goods; and Adobe’s new open-source font family. Read on!
Kippt is a handy tool to collect bookmarks and/or collaborate on bookmarks with others. Neat. (via swiss-miss)
The London 2012 Olympic Cauldron is pretty nuts. Here’s a look into the process of creating it.
Alfred Hitchcock: a master moviemaker. If anyone deserves a masterful design for their masterpiece collection, it’s him. Great work.
Sell the digital stuff you make via a drag and drop interface in less than 30 seconds. Plus, there’s a marketplace to buy other digital stuff (great for designers/devs). Worth a check out. (via swiss-miss)
Adobe has released a fully open-source font family, with 12 weights/styles, called Source Sans. Read about it or download it here. It’s also available on Google Web Fonts. Kinda Myriad-esque in feel.
See you next week!