I enjoy sporadically linking to interesting content here, but sometimes it’s better to bring you right to the source. Here are a couple sites I’ve been reading for the last few weeks that produce great content consistently.
If you like interesting art and design projects, Colossal is killing it. I know things tend to get posted everywhere the second they become popular, but 3/4 of the things I see on Colossal are new to me. The site is run by Christopher Jobson out of Chicago and I’m amazed this isn’t the only thing he does.
As a nerd, I enjoy reading about tech, but I don’t need 5,000 words on the new Amazon tablet or 50 posts a day covering an unnecessarily broad scope of gizmos. Instead, I rely on Dan Frommer’s new site, SplatF. He posts about five times a day and he always has an opinion. The site is also cleanly designed (very [Sippey](http://sippey.com]-esque and made me rethink the command key on Apple computers.
Splat refers to the key on a Mac keyboard that’s officially called the Command key.
Some old-school Mac nerds — my father included — call it the “splat” key, because the symbol sort of looks like something that went “splat.” So that’s what I’ve been calling it since the early 90s.
(Full disclosure: My employer, Say Media, serves ads for SplatF, but that happend after I began reading the site. Also, it makes me happy my employer is partnering with awesome sites.)