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11 Practical Web Animation Courses

Meaningful, well-designed animation can really enhance the user experience in your websites and apps. It can tell a story, aid in navigation, and so much more.

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Surfing Life Force

“Going with the flow is responding to cues from the universe. When you go with the flow, you’re surfing life force.

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You Got This

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Your Desire to Succeed

Your desire to succeed doesn't have to prevent you from celebrating other people's successes. — Tina Roth Eisenberg (@swissmiss) October 14, 2018

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♥ / noissue

A big thank you to noissue for sponsoring my blog and RSS Feed this week. noissue.co is the answer to custom branded, sustainable tissue and stickers for small to medium sized businesses.

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Smart Bundling: How To Serve Legacy Code Only To Legacy Browsers

A website today receives a large chunk of its traffic from evergreen browsers — most of which have good support for ES6+, new JavaScript standards, new web platform APIs and CSS attributes.

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Climate Change Report Actually Understates Threats

"Dire as it is, the latest IPCC report is actually too optimistic," writes Slashdot reader Dan Drollette.

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博覧 会

I'm sure Expo 70 was a marvellous thing. I've never been to a World Fair – to me they seem like a thing of the Victorian era, full of fantastical inventions, sights and sounds.

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Eight works by women to visit during Open House New York

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How Jamal Khashoggi's Apple Watch Could Solve His Disappearance

Data from wearables—like location, activity, and heart rate—provide valuable clues to investigators.

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World Mental Health Day: Apps for a Changing World

Content note: The article contains mention of suicide, in the context of suicide prevention.

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Mr. Fred Rogers Documentary

I watched the newest Mr. Rogers Documentary last night and it was just what my heart needed. It’s like a wave of kindness and love washing over you and restoring all faith in humanity. Watch it!

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Banana Pillow

Every pillow should come in the shape of a banana.

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♥ / Refine Packaging

A big thank you to Refine Packaging for sponsoring my blog and RSS Feed this week. Refine Packaging makes it simple for businesses to design and order custom boxes and affordable packaging online.

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Books

I am feeling this print by Carlos ARL.

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Link

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Line and Form No.2

This is a beautiful, minimal print.

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Deep Listening

Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh says listening can help end the suffering of an individual. Watch as he explains how to practice compassionate listening.

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People Who Are Good For You

“When you connect with people who are good for you, you feel it.This is a big deal. Don’t forget to acknowledge how great it is to be around someone who lights you up.

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How To Disable Gmail's Annoying New 'Smart Compose' Predictive Typing Feature

"I've seen this 'Smart Compose' feature described publicly with a range of adjectives," writes Lauren Weinstein, "including intrusive, wonderful, invasive, creepy, accurate, loony, mistaken, helpful,

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OMA completes two towers at Park Grove complex in Miami

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Screen Blocking Glasses

IRL Glasses are the answer to screen overload and digital fatigue, putting people back in the driver’s seat to control when and how they interact with screens.

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The Story of Couch to 5K

Watch the BBC film, “Anybody Can Run: The Story of Couch to 5K” Couch to 5K is one of the most popular exercise programs in the world, created by my office mate Josh Clark.

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The Neuroscience of Perception

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The Life You Want

“There’s only one very good life and that’s the life you know you want and you make it yourself.” – Diana Vreeland

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I Feel This

I feel this image.

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Does it Have Heart?

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This Tomato Sauce Packaging!

The Mutti Tomato Sauce Packaging is *stunning*. (via Chris)

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More Like Him

Kids from Vy Higginsen’ Gospel for Teens Arts Enrichment Program rehearse for their end of semester concert singing the song “More Like Him”.

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♥ / Ode to Things

A big thank you to Ode to Things for sponsoring my blog and RSS Feed this week. Ode to Things is a tribute to and celebration of quality lifestyle objects.

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Simple Truths About Parenting

For the past 70 years, scientists in Britain have been studying thousands of children through their lives to find out why some end up happy and healthy while others struggle.

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October Magic For Your Desktop (2018 Edition)

The leaves are shining in the most beautiful colors and pumpkins are taking over the front porches. Time to welcome the spookiest of all months: October!

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'Best Open Source Developer Software of 2018' Chosen By InfoWorld

This week InfoWorld unveiled their annual list of "the leading open source projects for software development, cloud computing, big data, and machine learning."

[E]ven as we grapple with the likes of

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Redacted

It was Culture Night. My eldest teenager was heading into Belfast with some 'friends' to wallow in the free culture dripping from every corner and crevice of the city centre.

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Renzo Piano tops Columbia University's The Forum with staggered concrete auditorium

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Raygun APM: Annihilate Performance Issues

Today’s web apps are carefully crafted yet unwieldy beasts, and if you're not careful, they can bite your development team with costly errors and slow performance. 

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“Love after Love”

“The time will come when, with elation, you will greet yourself arriving at your own door, in your own mirror, and each will smile at the other’s welcome, and say, sit here. Eat.

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Japan's Two Hopping Rovers Successfully Land On Asteroid Ryugu

sharkbiter shares a report from Space.com: The suspense is over: Two tiny hopping robots have successfully landed on an asteroid called Ryugu -- and they've even sent back some wild postcards from the

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10 standout fashion collections from RISD Apparel Design 2018 graduates

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Securing Communications on Android

With all the recent data breaches, privacy has become an important topic. Almost every app communicates over the network, so it's important to consider the security of user information.

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Times Newer Roman

I wish I had this typeface when I was at university: Times Newer Roman looks like a teacher-approved font, but it actually lets you cheat on your paper, as this typeface runs bigger than the regular T

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Dear Professor Ford

Dear Professor Ford, I applaud your courage and strength in coming forward. I believe you. Dear Senators, do the right thing. Dear men, step up.

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Humidifier Factory

Fill the Humidifier Factory with water. Place on heater. Cute.

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Books Are Bananas

This poster. So good.

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Data Science and Analytics for Business: Challenges and Solutions

As more companies discover the importance of data science and advanced analytics for their bottom line, a clash of cultures has begun.

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Food Puzzles

Love these food puzzles!

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We Need A Red Box

“Wanting to combat the cultural taboos against criticizing management, Toyota’s leaders painted a big red square on the assembly line floor.

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In Defense of Scooters

This defense of Bird Scooters made me laugh. (via Chris)

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EU Drops Court Case After Apple Repays More Than $16 Billion In Taxes and Interest To Ireland

"Ireland's government has fully recovered more than [$16 billion] in disputed taxes and interest from Apple, which it will hold in an escrow fund pending its appeal against a European Union tax ruling

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People Tend To Cluster Into Four Distinct Personality 'Types,' Says Study

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: A new study has sifted through some of the largest online data sets of personality quizzes and identified four distinct "types" therein.

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Google's Android OS To Power Dashboard Displays

schwit1 shares a report from The Wall Street Journal: Google is making a major push into the auto industry, partnering with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance to use the tech company's Android OS

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iPhone XS, XS Max Are World's Fastest Phones (Again)

According to "several real-world tests and synthetic benchmarks," the new iPhone XS and XS Max, equipped with the world's first 7-nanometer A12 Bionic processor, are the world's fastest smartphones, r

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Tesla Is Facing US Criminal Probe Over Elon Musk Statements

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: Tesla is under investigation by the Justice Department over public statements made by the company and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk.

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Cyber Sleuths Find Traces of Infamous iPhone and Android Spyware 'Pegasus' in 45 Countries

Security researchers have found evidence that a piece of malware peddled as "lawful intercept" software to government agencies has been deployed against victims located in 45 countries, a number that

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Google is Giving up Some Control of the AMP Format

Accelerated Mobile Pages, or AMP, has been a controversial project since its debut.

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Rice University Says Middle-Class And Low-Income Students Won't Have To Pay Tuition

Rice University is "dramatically expanding" its financial aid offerings, promising full scholarships to undergrads whose families have income under $130,000.

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Emmys: Broadcast TV Airs Its Own Funeral As Netflix, HBO, Amazon and FX Dominate

At the 70th Emmy Awards, broadcast TV was almost shut out as Netflix and HBO battled each other. The Hollywood Reporter: This year, longtime Emmy nominations leader HBO was out-nominated by Netflix.

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A $1, Linux-Capable, Hand-Solderable Processor

An anonymous reader shares a report: Over on the EEVblog, someone noticed an interesting chip that's been apparently flying under our radar for a while.

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'It's Always DRM's Fault'

A social media post from Anders G da Silva, who accused Apple of deleting movies he had purchased from iTunes, went viral earlier this month. There is more to that story, of course.

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Game Streaming's Latency Problems Will Be Over in a Few Years, CEO Says

Speaking at the Goldman Sachs Communicopia conference last week, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick says the rise of streaming gaming was an inevitability that was just waiting on the technology to power it