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Building RESTful APIs With Flask: An ORM With SQLAlchemy

In the first part of this three-part tutorial series, we

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X-Cap Light Up Hat

I totally don’t need this X-Cap Light Up Hat but I can’t help being intrigued.

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Host a Parse SDK Backend for Your iOS App on back{4}app

Final product imageWhat You'll Be CreatingAbout Parse SDK and back{4}app

You may have read tha

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The Invisible Dog | Season 8

The Invisible Dog is my work home. I am lucky to be part of this wonderful community of artists and creators.

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Getting Started With Paper.js: Paths and Geometry

In my previous tutorial, I covered the installation process and project hi

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GeoSpatial Search in Rails Using Elasticsearch

In this tutorial, I am going to create a small Rails app. I will show you how to create a rake task to import some venues from Foursquare to our database. Then we will index them on Elasticsearch.

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Do you know your real value?

As web designers we think our skills lie in the code we write or the interfaces we build.

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Ping Pong FM

Ping Pong FM is a musical take on table tennis. Choose a song and keep it playing at the correct tempo by keeping the ball in play.

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Roxy Marj

This blanket from Roxy Marj made me chuckle. Would look great on my bed.

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Yahoo Disables Automatic Email Forwarding Feature, Making It Difficult For Users To Leave

After it was revealed that Yahoo secretly scanned customer emails for U.S. intelligence agencies, now's as good of time as any to leave Yahoo Mail.

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Making Weather

This levitating cloud, a collaboration between Crealev and Richard Clarkson Studio made me gasp!

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The Artist

“It seems that two qualities are necessary if a great artist is to remain creative to the end of a long life; he must on the one hand retain an abnormally keen awareness of life, he must never g

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Reflection

“The image that concerns most people is the reflection they see in other people’s minds.” – Edward de Bono

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♥ / Boomslank

Big thanks for Boomslank for sponsoring my blog and RSS feed this week. Boomslank is an original anime t-shirt brand run by three brothers.

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What on Earth is “Digital” Anyway?

What is digital? We hear the word all the time, yet there is no clear definition. We talk about digital strategy, digital revolution, digital transformation and digital design.

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Australian country house by Rob Kennon features a colonnade and a courtyard


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Get Started With an Android App Template in 60 Seconds

Android app templates from CodeCanyon can jump start your app development. This video will show you how to get started with your own app in only 60 seconds!

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Friday Link Pack

Imagine you’re a musician and before every concert you have to go to the market and buy your instrument, because, it is a vegetable. So refreshing! The Vegetable Orchestra.

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Forget user experience. Start thinking about client experience.

As digital professionals, we should apply the same rigour to our client’s experience as we do to the experience of end users.

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Comcast Rolls Out Nationwide 1TB Data Cap

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: Comcast's home internet data caps are going live for a majority of customers starting November 1st, the company announced today.

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Words by Christoph Niemann

The mighty Christoph Niemann published a new book called Words. More than 300 words inspired by Dr. Edward Fry’s list of sight words are paired with playful illustrations.

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Getting Started With Paper.js: Projects and Items

You may or may not have heard of Paper.js. So, let's begin with the question: what is Paper.js?

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How to ensure long term blogging success

As digital professionals we should be blogging. Yet regularly blogging is tough.

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Water Sommelier

A Short Documentary About “The Water Sommelier“.

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How to Email Efficiently

I am never not thinking about how to get better at email. I enjoyed this article: An etiquette update: Brevity is the highest virtue. And then also, my friend Jocelyn K.

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Green Rainbows

Absolutely loving these green watercolor rainbows by industry & alchemy. There are other colors as well. (via Joanna)

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Do Nothing

“To do nothing at all is the most difficult thing in the world.” — Oscar Wilde (via Jocelyn)

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Indoor Snowball Fight

Snowball Battle lets you bring snowball fights indoors! Comes with 10 lightweight snowballs, and mesh bag for easy clean up. LOVE IT!

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Sandpoint Town Square Home To First Public Solar Roadways Panel Installation

Two years after the Idaho-based company Solar Roadways exceeded its crowdfunding goal of $1 million for constructing roads that gather solar power, the company has completed its first public installat

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Apple To Make macOS Sierra Available As Automatic Download Beginning Today

Remember how Microsoft was pushing Windows 10 updates to your computers? That surely made a lot of people furious.

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Ubuntu 16.04 Available in Latest Insider Update To Windows 10

The latest Windows 10 Insider preview -- build 14936 -- features Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.

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In Canada's North, a Single Satellite Outage Means Losing Basic Services

Jordan Pearson, writing for Motherboard: Around 5 PM Eastern time on Sunday, a satellite providing internet services to most of North America went offline due to a technical glitch, the CBC reported.

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Google, Lagging Amazon, Races Across the Threshold Into the Home

Google will unveil its answer to Amazon's Echo at an event on Tuesday, the New York Times reports.

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Facebook Launches Marketplace On App, Takes On eBay and Craigslist

Facebook today also announced the launch of "Marketplace," allowing users to buy and sell items on the social media platform.

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Samsung Says It's Taking Some Time Off For Thinking and Waiting To See How the VR Market Shapes Up

Samsung says it is taking some time off to think before creating the next-generation VR headsets. The company said it wants to see the direction the market takes over the next few months and years.

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Source Code For IoT Botnet 'Mirai' Which Took Down Krebs On Security Website With DDoS Attack Released

As if the state of security wasn't already a headache worldwide, we now may have one more reason to worry about: a hacker has made available the source code that could allow more people to wage the ki

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Tim Cook Defends Apple's Approach To Security: 'Encryption is Inherently Great'

Apple CEO Tim Cook has once again defended his company's hardline approach to security.

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Samsung's Next Flagship Smartphone May Not Feature a Headphone Jack

Samsung's next flagship smartphone, which may be released sooner than later due to the Note 7 fiasco, may not feature a 3.5mm headphone jack.

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Google Fiber Is Now a Fiber and Wireless ISP

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Google Fiber today said it has completed its acquisition of Webpass, a wireless Internet service provider that will figure prominently into its p

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'If KickassTorrents is a Criminal Operation, Google Should Start Worrying'

An anonymous reader writes: Polish authorities have extended the arrest of Artem Vaulin, the alleged owner of KickassTorrents. His defense team is currently preparing to fight the U.S.

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The Microsoft Band Is Dead

Microsoft's fitness-band line of devices have not be very well adopted over the years.

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FBI Agreed To Destroy Laptops of Clinton Aides With Immunity Deal, Sources Say

An anonymous Slashdot reader quotes a report from Fox News: Immunity deals for two top Hillary Clinton aides included a side arrangement obliging the FBI to destroy their laptops after reviewing the d

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Amazon Bans Incentivized Reviews Tied To Free Or Discounted Products

An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: Amazon is making a significant change to its Community Guidelines, announced today, which will eliminate any incentivized reviews, except for those