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Design used to be the seasoning you'd sprinkle on for taste; now it's the flour you need at the start of the recipe. — John Maeda (@johnmaeda) April 14, 2015

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Design Patterns: The Observer Pattern

Now here I come with one more behavioral design pattern in this series, which is the Observer Pattern.

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Moving WordPress: Using Plugins to Move Your Site

If you've never moved a WordPress site before, you'll find that it isn't as straightforward as moving a static website.

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The Generosity Experiment

Sasha Dichter’s Generosity Experiment made me think. It’s all about leading with generosity.

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Researchers Design a Self-Powered Digital Camera

Jason Koebler writes: Researchers at Columbia University have designed a fully electric digital camera that powers itself using ambient light. Put in a well-lit room, it would work indefinitely.

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Samsung SSD On a Tiny M.2 Stick Is Capable of Read Speeds Over 2GB/sec

MojoKid writes: Samsung has just announced its new SM951-NVMe SSD, the industry's first NVMe SSD to employ an M.2 form-factor.

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Jack Thompson Will Be Featured In BBC Film 'Grand Theft Auto'

New submitter requerdanos writes: Former attorney and professional troll Jack Thompson is set to become a major motion picture figure, played by Bill Paxton, in the upcoming film Grand Theft Auto.

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Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Found In Windows HTTP Stack

jones_supa writes: A remote code execution vulnerability exists in the Windows HTTP stack that is caused when HTTP.SYS parses specially-crafted HTTP requests.

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Longer Video Shows How Incredibly Close Falcon Stage Came To Successful Landing

Bruce Perens writes In the video here, the Falcon 9 first stage is shown landing with a tilt, and then a thruster keeps the rocket vertical on the barge for a few seconds before it quits, followed by

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India's Net Neutrality Campaign Picks Up Steam, Sites Withdraw From Internet.org

First time accepted submitter arvin (916235) writes The Huffington Post reports on prominent Indian websites withdrawing from Facebook's internet.org initiative.

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Gyro-Copter Lands On West Lawn of US Capitol, Pilot Arrested

An anonymous reader writes that Doug Hughes, 61, a mailman from Ruskin, Florida was arrested for landing a gyro-copter on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol.

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Why "Designed For Security" Is a Dubious Designation

itwbennett writes The list of products designed to be security enhanced that turned out to be anything but seems to get longer by the day.

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The Crazy-Tiny Next Generation of Computers

An anonymous reader writes University of Michigan professors are about to release the design files for a one-cubic-millimeter computer, or mote.

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How Brain Pacemakers Treat Parkinson's Disease

the_newsbeagle writes Pharmaceutical research for neuropsychiatric disorders hasn't produced many breakthroughs lately, which may explain why there's so much excitement around "electroceutical" resear

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Chinese Ninebot Buys US Rival Segway

An anonymous reader writes Xiaomi-backed startup Ninebot, a Chinese maker of electric-powered personal transportation products, has acquired U.S.

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Magician Turned Professor Talks About the Math Behind Shuffling Cards

An anonymous reader writes with this story about magician and professor of mathematics and statistics at Stanford University Persi Diaconis.

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MIT Celebrates 10 Years of SCIgen Bogus CompSci Paper Generator With New Tool

alphadogg writes Three MIT grads this week are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their clever SCIgen program, which randomly generates computer science papers realistic enough to get accepted by ske

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NVIDIA's New GPUs Are Very Open-Source Unfriendly

An anonymous reader writes: The Nouveau driver developers working on open-source support for the GeForce 900 Maxwell graphics cards have found this new generation to be "very open-source unfriendly" a

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GAO Warns FAA of Hacking Threat To Airliners

chicksdaddy writes: A report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) warns that the U.S.

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Ultimate Guide to Link Types for Hyperlinks

Link types help describe the relationship between two or more web pages. There are 12 link types for hyperlinks.

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Overmatter: 14.04.15

New York interviews Jop van Bennekom of Fantastic Man,‘We decided to have more fun and loosen up the magazine.’ i-D name-checks some zines you need to know.

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Out now: Kwintessens, volume 24 #1

Design magazines tend to be designed in one of two ways, following either the minimalist’s golden rule of ‘less is more’ or ruling by the eye-grabbing dictum of ‘less is bore’.

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Introduction to the New Lollipop Activity Transitions

What You'll Be CreatingIntroduction

One of the
most interesting aspects of the Material
Design specifications is the visual
continuity between activities.

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Building Your Startup With PHP: User Settings, Profile Images and Contact Details

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

This tutorial is part of the

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Mastering WP_Query: An Introduction

By default, WordPress will run a query on each page that your site displays, the nature of which will be determined by the type of page being viewed.

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Modern Art gallery takes over three London warehouses opposite a Hawksmoor church


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Big Juicy Creative Life

“What if you wake up some day, and you’re 65… and you were just so strung out on perfectionism and people-pleasing that you forgot to have a big juicy creative life?” – A

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Selfie Fables — Disney Alternative Art Illustrations by Simona Bonafini

What if Disney stories had Instagram?

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Google Lollipop Bricking Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 Devices

First time accepted submitter Zape (303550) writes The Lollipop update has turned sour for me and several other Nexus 7, Gen 2 (and Nexus 5) owners.

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Thinking Like An App Designer

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PIM: The smallest magazine of its kind

At 11 x 7 cm, PIM (Public Illumination Magazine) is the smallest magazine of its kind, an artist periodical that has been distributed in the dusty nooks of downtown New York’s independent bookshops

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You Want the Apple Watch to Succeed

You Want the Apple Watch to Succeed

The critical response to the Apple Watch so far

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NYTimes Cooking Techniques

I just got lost in a sea of short and refreshingly basic Cooking Technique Videos over on the New York Times. Here’s how you shuck an oyster.

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Favorite Things

I am so getting my kids one of these classical memento boxes. Really lovely.

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This Banner:

Eat More Tacos. YES!

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Annotated Version of the Original jQuery Release

Recently I was prompted by Daniel Lamb to try and find old versions of jQuery for his jQuery Archive project.

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Understanding Variable Scope in Sass

In this article, we’ll take a deeper look at variables and variable scope in Sass.

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How to Use Gravity Forms as an eCommerce Solution

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

Did you know you can use Gravity

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Risk, reward, fear and nurturing a startup culture

Many large organisations are so terrified of risk that it hampers their ability to operate in a digital world.

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How Comcast Bankrolls Organizations That Support TWC Merger

An anonymous reader writes: When Comcast announced it was pursuing a takeover of Time Warner Cable, many activists and internet users immediately submitted objections to the deal.

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More Optimization Techniques for Improving Website Speed

This guide on improving web performance talks about optimizing the HTML structure to load resources optimally, as well as server configurations.

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Your First WatchKit Application: User Interaction

In the previous tutorial, we explored the fundamentals of WatchKit developm

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Friday Link Pack

(via HUH) – Gabrielle Blair, better known as Design Mom came out with a beautiful book on how to live with kids. A practical room-by-room guide. I will definitely implement some of her ideas.

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Beautiful Maps

The Beautiful Maps Tumblr by Dennys Hess is definitely an instant new favorite.

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Moving WordPress: An Introduction

When I attend WordPress meetups, WordCamps or any other tech event involving WordPress users, there's one question that I get asked more than any other: How do I move my WordPress site?