It's a grim subject, but one that's been on my mind since the baby arrived: Dealing with your digital legacy. Lifehacker has a great writeup on how to organize your life so that heirs and executors can access your digital life, like bank accounts, social media, and digital assets. The first step is a will (check) and the second is a password manager (check).
This is a beautiful piece of kit, and had I $500 to blow on it, I'd do so willingly: the Brennan B2. It's a micro jukebox powered by a Raspberry Pi. Feed it CDs and it'll rip them; you can load preripped files via USB. It's configurable via web interface; it also can play internet radio.
I'm not on Twitter, but this is too good to pass up. Trump Jr. took his kid out trick-or-treating and then tried to make a joke about socialism(!?!). Twitter responded with some brutal takedowns. Gervais and J.K. Rowling win this round.
Seriously, what the fuck? This prick was born with the gold-plated keys to life and he's bitching about socialism? GET FUCKED, DON.
Cameron Moll: 10 Things I Wish Every Design Student Knew. I think I'd have to underline #1. The greatest output of your careers will be relationships, #3. I’ve made a career out of pushing myself to do things I was totally unqualified for, and #10. Creativity is storytelling as the three that have shaped my life.