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Verizon Accused of Helping Spammers By Routing Millions of Stolen IP Addresses

An anonymous reader writes: Spamhaus, an international non-profit organization that hunts down spammers, is accusing Verizon of indifference and facilitation of cybercrime because it failed for the pa

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An indispensable tool for in-house digital teams

In-house digital teams face a host of challenges. But creating a service manual is a great start to addressing many of them.

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Marvel’s Black Panther Officially Brings on Creed Director

Marvel’s Black Panther Officially Brings on Creed Director

After months of rumors and spec

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Winter Stations proposals unveiled for Toronto's frozen beaches


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Google Fit for Android: An Overview

What Is Google Fit?

Google Fit is included in Google Play Services and allows developers to store fitness data for users in order to help users ke

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Building a CMS: goPress

Go is a network-centric programming language developed by Google that makes writing network related programs easy.

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Facebook, Shutterfly Face Lawsuits For Using Facial Recognition To ID Photos

Lucas123 writes: A federal judge has denied a motion by Shutterfly to dismiss a civil case against it claiming it violated privacy laws by collecting and scanning face geometries from uploaded images

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Optimist Design creates Red Bull music studio inside former Berlin power station


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How to Use Generics in Swift

Generics allow you to declare a variable which, on execution, may be assigned to a set of types defined by us.

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Recurring Profiles in OpenCart

The subscription-based model is a useful and popular model which allows you to set up recurring payments in your e-commerce store.

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Paper Display

This minimal Paper Display gently curves its contents, providing them with the structure they need to stand. I can think of several uses. Bookmarked!

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Wrist Bangles

Lovely: Minimal Wrist Bangles, hand-made in Brooklyn.

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LEGO Lunch Box

I am not convinced this LEGO Lunch box is all that practical but it sure would make a my little boy’s head explode!

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Egg Slide

If I was an egg I’d want to call this Egg Slide my home.

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Data Persistence and Sessions With React

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Having a “remember me” function is a very useful feature, and implementa

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The Benefits of WP Engine Developer Tools

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

If you're like me, you've been a passionate self-hos

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CreativeMornings with Mac Premo

My friend Mac Premo recently spoke at CreativeMornings/NYC. In his talk he discusses the relationship between his art and commercial practices, and how they enhance each other.

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Face Swap Live

Want to see your kids giggle their heads off? Download Face Swap Live and swap your face with your kid. I haven’t laughed this much in a while. (via Cesar)

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A Trip To The Faroe Islands

These images of Faroe Island make me want to book a plane ticket. Photo by Alex Mazurov and Anastasia Glebova.

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♥ / Squarespace

I am grateful and thrilled to kick off the new year with Squarespace as this week’s blog/RSS feed sponsor.

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What are you Willing to Struggle For?

“Who you are is defined by the values you are willing to struggle for. People who enjoy the struggles of a gym are the ones who get in good shape.

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Unforgettable Thank You Notes

How to write unforgettable thank you notes. (via Chris)

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Movi, the Live Event Camera

A few weeks back I had the honor to experience a first proto-type of Movi, a brand-new live event camera by the team of Livestream. Movi lets you edit video on the fly and stream live or share later.

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Ask Slashdot: Composing an e-Book With a Couple of Bells and Whistles

New submitter Cbhihe writes: I want to edit an e-book, a scientific textbook to be distributed on the Kindle tablet to be exact. The book is written.

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Le Bic House extension by Naturehumaine combines wood and steel panelling


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Working With JSON in Swift

The JSON data format is widely used across the modern web and it is one of the most common ways to transfer data.

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Introducing the WP REST API

With its inception in 2003, WordPress has grown up from merely a blogging platform to a full fledged content management system.

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Being a Grown Up

A few weeks ago I asked the following question: Never felt more grown-up than now in 2015. Have I peaked? What is the most grown-up experience one can have?

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Free Course: How to Become a Web Developer

Web development can be a daunting topic to get started with.

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Magento Theme Development: Series Finale

When I initially planned this series, it was intended to be a 15-article series, in which we planned to develop all the pages of the theme, including the shopping cart, checkout pages, login/sign u

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New York Begins Public Gigabit Wi-Fi Rollout

An anonymous reader writes: Workers in New York City have begun installing the city's first LinkNYC kiosks.

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Lessig: Future Tech Will Help Privacy Catch Up With the Internet

An anonymous reader writes: In a new interview, Harvard law professor Lawrence Lessig shared his view of the future of privacy in this age of data breaches.

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Human Brain Still Beats Computers At Finding Messages and Meaning Within Noise

szczys writes: One thing the human brain still does a lot better than computers is to recognize patterns within noise.

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1st Circuit Injunction Re: TSA's New Mandatory AIT Search Rule Fully Briefed

saizai writes: I just filed my reply to the TSA's opposition to an emergency motion for preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order (PI/TRO) against the TSA's new policy that arbitrarily ma

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Paramount and CBS File Lawsuit Against Crowdfunded, Indie Star Trek Movie

An anonymous reader writes: Back in August, an Indiegogo campaign raised $566,023 to produce Axanar, a Star Trek movie in development by an independent group of fans, who also happen to be film profes

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SpaceX To Test Recovered First Stage, Then Put It On Display

schwit1 writes: Rather than re-fly it, Elon Musk suggested that, after some testing, SpaceX will likely put its first recovered Falcon 9 first stage on display instead.

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Debian Founder Ian Murdock Has Died

Unknown Lamer writes: It has been confirmed that Debian founder Ian Murdock has died. From the Docker blog: "It is with great sadness that we inform you that Ian Murdock passed away on Monday night.

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Twitter Bans 'Hateful Conduct'

An anonymous reader writes: Twitter has updated their site rules to prohibit "behavior intended to harass, intimidate, or use fear to silence another user's voice." According to the new rules, "You ma

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List of Major Linux Desktop Problems Updated For 2016

An anonymous reader writes: Phoronix reports that Artem S. Tashkinov's Major Linux Problems on the Desktop has been updated for 2016.

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Posture Affects Standing, and Not Just the Physical Kind

An anonymous reader writes: As somebody who sits in front of a computer most of the day, and has for a number of years, this article at the NY Times struck a bit close to home.

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Open Source Roles: Starters vs. Maintainers

An anonymous reader writes: Mozilla developer James Long has posted a sort of internal monologue on the difficulties of being a hobbyist open source project maintainer.

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Physicists Figure Out How To Make Cleaner Fuel Cells

Mal-2 writes: An international group of scientists from Russia, France, and Germany have developed ion-exchange synthetic membranes based on amphiphilic compounds that are able to convert the energy o

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Coding Styles Survive Binary Compilation, Could Lead Investigators Back To Programmers

An anonymous reader writes: Researchers have created an algorithm that can accurately detect code written by different programmers (PDF), even if the code has been compiled into an executable binary.

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Apple Settles a $348M Fine With Italian Authorities For Tax Evasion

jaromil writes: Apple Italy, a subsidiary of Apple Sales International based in Ireland, has for years managed the company's sales on the Italian Peninsula.

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Emergency Room Visits From Distracted Walking Skyrocket

schwit1 writes: An estimated ten percent of pedestrian injuries that land people in emergency rooms are due to distracted walking, a recent study found.

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Revisiting Firefox’s DevTools

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Reams of US Voter Info Appear to Be Just Sitting Online

Reams of US Voter Info Appear to Be Just Sitting Online

According to a new report today, 1

in Dezeen

Coffey Architects completes brick-clad headquarters for a Chinese steelworks


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iOS From Scratch With Swift: Building a Shopping List Application 1

In the next two lessons, we'll put what we learned in this series into practice by creating a shopping list application.

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Magento Theme Development: Product Page, Part 1

Now that we have completed the home page and the category page, in this tutorial we'll start editing the third most important page of the eCommerce website: the product page.

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Fujitsu Spins Off Its PC and Mobile Divisions

An anonymous reader writes: Back in February, Sony unloaded the part of its business that built PCs. Now, a year later, competitor Fujitsu is doing the same.