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Floris Verloop

Floris Verloop

Joined almost 7 years ago via an invitation from Jonno R. Floris has invited David van Leeuwen, tiemen waterreus, Dennis Blok, Hector Simpson

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  • Posted to I'm not happy., in reply to Jon Gold , Aug 11, 2014

    This is a very common situation. Some scientists did research on this topic and called it the Dunning-Kruger effect (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunning–Kruger_effect).

    TL;DR – When you start out, you just make stuff and don't think too much about it, but as you get better you start to see the flaws in your work and you realise you're not as good as you think you were.

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  • Posted to Kickoff get's Acquired & Benjamin De Cock Joins Stripe, Mar 11, 2013

    Kickoff will still be released and maintained:

    source: http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=5357322

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  • Posted to Fancy Input - CSS3 text typing effects for input fields, Feb 28, 2013

    Love the effort put in this, but really wouldn't want to fill out a form where every character is animated.

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  • Posted to Instagram's UX Problems, Jan 07, 2013

    From the article: "And finally, here I am trying to write out a nice comment on a shot and I want to include their username so they can get a notification saying that I commented on their shot. But at this precious moment in time I have forgotten this person's username. So I go back to the photo and find out their username…"

    This doesn't make any sense. Why would you include the username to notify that you commented on someone's shot? Instagram already sends notifications and a user can edit notification settings. If you comment on a photo on Facebook, you don't tag the guy you're commenting on either right?

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