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Form Input Validation Using Only HTML5 and Regex

Validation of form input is something that should be taken seriously. With luck, nothing worse than garbage data will be submitted to a site which uses data from forms without proper validation.

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Flowing With The Great River

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Will Smith (@willsmith) on Apr 11, 2019 at 10:22am PDT

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Weather Predicting Storm Cloud

This glass cloud contains liquid thought to predict the weather by crystalizing in different patterns. Charming!

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The 12-Hour Rule

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♥ / Sugru

Big thanks to Sugru for sponsoring my blog and RSS feed this week. Sometimes the smallest design tweak can have the biggest impact.

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Student Used 'USB Killer' Device To Destroy $58,000 Worth of College Computers

A former student of The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York, has pled guilty to charges that he destroyed tens of thousands of dollars worth of campus computers using a USB device designed to in

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Bad Bots Now Make Up 20 Percent of Web Traffic

So-called "bad bots," tasked with performing denial-of-service (DoS) attacks or other malicious activities like automatically publishing fake content or reviews, are estimated to make up roughly 37.9

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Pepsi Drops Plans To Use Artificial Constellation To Promote An Energy Drink

Just days after Pepsi announced that it would advertise its products in space using a Russian startup, the company now says it will no longer pursue the plans, avoiding what likely would have resulted

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Microsoft Turned Down Facial-Recognition Sales On Human Rights Concerns

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Reuters: Microsoft recently rejected a California law enforcement agency's request to install facial recognition technology in officers' cars and body cameras

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Sony Cracks Down On Sexually Explicit Content In Games

Slashdot reader xavdeman writes: Hot on the heels of its announcement of the specifications of the next PlayStation, Sony has revealed a new crackdown on explicit content.

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Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou To Run For President of Taiwan

hackingbear writes: Terry Gou, the billionaire founder of electronics giant Foxconn, is stepping down from his role as chairman to run for president of Taiwan.

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HD Emulation Mod Makes 'Mode 7' SNES Games Look Like New

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Gamers of a certain age probably remember being wowed by the quick, smooth scaling and rotation effects of the Super Nintendo's much-ballyhooed "

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Samsung's $2,000 Galaxy Fold Units Are Failing Left and Right With Disastrous Display Issues

Four Samsung Galaxy Fold review units in the hands of major US tech journalists all experienced device-breaking display failures today.

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T-Mobile, Comcast Turn on Call Verification Between Networks in Latest Robocall Fight

pgmrdlm shares a report: Calls between T-Mobile users and Comcast's Xfinity Voice home subscribers will now be "verified," the latest move in the ongoing fight against robocalls.

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'Partly Alive': Scientists Revive Cells in Brains From Dead Pigs

In a study that raises profound questions about the line between life and death, researchers have restored some cellular activity to brains removed from slaughtered pigs.

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Cyberspies Hijacked the Internet Domains of Entire Countries

Trailrunner7 shares a report: The discovery of a new, sophisticated team of hackers spying on dozens of government targets is never good news.

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Microsoft's Surface Hub 2S Starts at $8,999, Ships in June

The Surface Hub, Microsoft's digital whiteboard designed for conferences and meetings, received a hardware refresh today.

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Online Pornography Age Checks To Be Mandatory in UK From 15 July

The UK's age verification system for online pornography will become mandatory on 15 July, the government has confirmed.

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Microsoft Loses Control Over Windows Tiles Subdomain

Microsoft has lost control over a crucial subdomain that Windows 8 and Windows 10 use to deliver RSS-based news and updates to Live Tiles -- animated Windows start menu items.

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Maps, the Most Popular Elements of In-flight Entertainment Systems, Are About To Get a Big Upgrade -- and Some Ads

The in-flight moving map, object of fascination for travel geeks and impatient fliers, is going in a new direction.

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Stratolaunch, the World's Biggest Airplane, Takes Flight

Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen's legacy moonshot, an aircraft to carry rockets to space, hit 17,000 feet.

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8 Best WordPress Booking and Reservation Plugins

In the digital age, users are online 24/7. Everyone prefers to check availability and make appointments, reservations, or bookings online. They want to do this any time of night and day.

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The Convenience of Being Overwhelmed

“We can not retreat to the convenience of being overwhelmed.” — Ruth Messinger

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Ceramic Rainbow

A ceramic rainbow to hang on your wall? YES PLEASE! It’s by artist Lorien Stern and at this point unfortunately sold out. Let’s hope she brings them back! I am definitely wishlisting this!

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The Moral Peril of Meritocracy

“Many of the people I admire lead lives that have a two-mountain shape.

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Why Trust Is Worth It

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Small Mistakes | Big Mistakes

Small mistakes: 1. Messing up school exams. 2. Not finishing college. 3. Failing at your first business. 4. Failing at your second. Big Mistakes: 1. Not listening to your gut. 2.

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Privacy UX: Better Cookie Consent Experiences

Part 1: Common Concerns And Privacy In Web Forms Part 2: Better Cookie Consent Experiences Part 3: Designing Better Notifications Part 4: Privacy-Aware Design Framework With the advent of the EU Gener

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Yahoo Offers $118 Million To Settle Lawsuit Over Massive Data Breach

Yahoo is offering to pay $117.5 million to settle its massive data breaches that compromised personal information, including email addresses and passwords.

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Free Vintage Social Media Icon Pack

Today we are offering a free website design resource. Its a set of free vintage social media icons that have a matt square vintage finish.

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Free High Gloss Square Social Media Icon Pack

Free High Gloss Square Social Media Icon Pack April 9, 2019 Web Design No Comments Today we are offering a free website design resource.

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Free Polaroid Social Media Icon Pack

Free Polaroid Social Media Icon Pack April 9, 2019 Web Design No Comments Today we are offering a free website design resource.

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Free High Gloss Social Media Icon Pack

Today we are offering a free website design resource. Its a set of free social media icons that have a 3D, High Gloss finish.

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Free Social Media Icons Pack Made Of Wood

Today we are offering a free website design resource. Its a set of free social media icons made of wood.

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Free Circular Social Media Icons Pack

Free Circular Social Media Icons Pack April 9, 2019 Web Design No Comments Today we are offering a free website design resource. Its a set of free social media flat icons.

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Being an Advocate for Love

Beautiful talk by poet and author Cleo Wade.

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A Timelapse of the Entire Universe

10-minute time lapse video showing the history of the universe, from its formation 13.8 billion years ago up to the present. Hat tip to the creator, John Boswell. (Via Kottke)

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How We Used WebAssembly To Speed Up Our Web App By 20X (Case Study)

If you haven’t heard, here’s the TL;DR: WebAssembly is a new language that runs in the browser alongside JavaScript. Yes, that’s right.

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Privacy UX: Common Concerns And Privacy In Web Forms

Many conversations in our industry tend to circle around strong opinions and universal answers.

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Going Serverless With Cloudflare Workers

(This is a sponsored article.) It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a website in pursuit of success must be in want of speed.

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Verizon Begins Rolling Out Its 5G Wireless Network In Chicago, Minneapolis

Verizon announced today that it has turned on its 5G wireless network in Chicago and Minneapolis -- two of the first markets in the world to receive this next-gen network.

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Unbreaking America

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How To Align Things In CSS

We have a whole selection of ways to align things in CSS today, and it isn’t always an obvious decision which to use.

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Plesk VPS Hosting For Better Website Outcomes

(This is a sponsored article.) In early discussions you have with clients about the website you’re tasked with designing, does the topic of web hosting ever come up?

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Xiaomi's '100W' Quick Charging Goes From 0 To 100 In 17 Minutes

Xiaomi is teasing a new 100W quick-charging solution for mobile phones that can fully charge a large 4,000mAh battery in just 17 minutes.

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Friday Link Pack

(via) – Being In Nature With Eckhart Tolle – This is EVERYTHING: Greta Thunberg, 16-Year-Old Swedish Environmental Activist, Has Been Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize – This looks

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Curing Egg Yolk

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tastemade (@tastemade) on Mar 22, 2019 at 1:32pm PDT Turn your yolks into a salty, tasty addition for pasta, salads and more with this old-school curing te