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Christ & Gantenbein uses green curtains to merge a pavilion with its parkland setting

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Ensure High-Quality Android Code With Static Analysis Tools

In today's tutorial, we'll learn about how to ensure high-quality Android code in our projects using some static code analysis tools for Java.

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Get Started With Vue in Our New Course

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

If you already know HTML and CSS, you'll find it easy to

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Expand

some people when they hear your story. contract. others upon hearing your story. expand. and this is how you know. – Nayyirah Waheed

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Floating Disco Light

This floating bathtub disco light looks fun. Makes me wish I had an outdoor pool!

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Rainbow Bow Tie

Buy this fun rainbow bow tie, wear it proudly and feel good about the fact that 100% of the sales will support LGBTQ rights. Thumbs up!

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Sculptural Fabric Brooch

This sculptural fabric brooch made me swoon. Stunning! Seriously wish listed!

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Swiss Army Stacking Boxes

Oh, I love the look of these Swiss Army Stacking Boxes.

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Learn

“Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t.” – Bill Nye

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Argument = Teaching Moment

“If you’re going to have an argument with someone, the best way to do it is to assume they can teach you something.” – Celeste Headlee Quote from a conversation between Celeste Hea

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Compost Bin

My Brooklyn neighborhood is starting to collect food scraps to compost. YAY! Every household was given a bin to use for the collecting of the food scraps. I looked at it and simply sad NOPE.

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Geometry Notecard Set

This Geometric Notecard Set is a beauty!

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Hippo Bottle Opener

I don’t need a bottle opener. But I need a bottle opener hippo. Made me smile.

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Talk/Guided Meditation with Tara Brach

A few years back my friend Maria of Brain Pickings pointed me to Tara Brach’s guided meditations.

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♥ / Tiny Reminder

Big thanks to Tiny Reminder for sponsoring my blog and RSS feed this week. Asking people again and again, with no result? Missing deadlines? Losing track of your requests?

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Uma Basket

Found this seagrass basket at the new Century 21 here in Downtown Brooklyn last week. It now holds all of the kids’ stoop toys. Pretty and affordable.

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Even For Businesses, Chrome Is The Top Browser

An anonymous reader shares Computerworld's interview with David Michael Smith of Gartner.

"Most enterprises still have a 'standard' browser, and most of the time, that's something from Microsoft.

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Working Theory In Jet Crash: IPhone In Cockpit Is To Blame

Apple Insider reports:
Apple on Friday said that it's open to cooperation with French authorities, who are exploring the possibility that two of the company's devices were linked to the crash of Egypt

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Google Go-Playing A.I. Retires To Focus On Energy Conservation And Medicine

After "narrowly" beating the world's top Go player, what's left for Google's AlphaGo AI?

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Creative Commons Staff Members Release New Free eBook

ChristianVillum writes: Creative Commons staff-members Sarah Hinchliff Pearson and Paul Stacey have now published Made With Creative Commons, the awaited book they successfully funded on Kickstarter i

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Security Analyst Concludes Windows 10 Enterprise 'Tracks Too Much'

A viral Twitter rant about Windows 10 Enterprise supposedly ignoring users' privacy settings has since been clarified.

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Ask Slashdot: Is There A Screen-Less, Keyboard-Less, Battery-Powered Computer?

Long-time Slashdot reader Wycliffe writes:
So I have a travel keyboard that I love. I can carry my OS on a USB flash drive. There are several options for portable battery powered monitors.

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Opera Says Their iOS Updates Are Still Coming - Just Slowly

Slashdot reader BrianFagioli has posted an update about his communication with Opera over their plans for iOS.

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Leaked 'Standing Rock' Documents Reveal Invasive Counterterrorism Measures

An anonymous reader writes:
"A shadowy international mercenary and security firm known as TigerSwan targeted the movement opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline with military-style counterterrorism mea

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Seven Science Journals Have A Dog On Their Editorial Board

An anonymous reader writes:
A professor of health policy at Australia's Curtin University got seven different science journals to put his dog on their editorial board.

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Malicious Apps Brought Ad-Clicking 'Judy' Malware To Millions Of Android Phones

An anonymous reader quotes Fortune:
The security firm Checkpoint on Thursday uncovered dozens of Android applications that infected users' devices with malicious ad-click software.

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New Privacy Vulnerability In IOT Devices: Traffic Rate Metadata

Orome1 quotes Help Net Security: Even though many IoT devices for smart homes encrypt their traffic, a passive network observer -- e.g.

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Silicon Valley Continues To Explore Universal Basic Incomes

A Silicon Valley Congressman "is pushing for a plan that has been described as a first step toward universal basic income...a long-shot $1 trillion expansion to the earned income tax credit that is al

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Researchers Found Perfect Contraceptives In Traditional Chinese Medicine

hackingbear writes:
Researchers at U.C.

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Is Amazon's AWS Hiring 'Demolishing The Cult Of Youth'?

Tech analyst James Governor argues that Amazon's cloud business is "demolishing the cult of youth."
It just announced it is hiring James Gosling, one of the original inventors of Java...

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New Details On Sergey Brin's Plan For The World's Largest Aircraft

An anonymous reader shares The Guardian's report on plans for a new aircraft that's two-and-a-half times the size of a 747.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin is building a hi-tech airship in Silicon Valle

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Waterfront home by Atelier Pierre Thibault overlooks Quebec's Lac Masson

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Programming With Yii: Generating Documentation

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

In this 

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Create an Intelligent App With Google Cloud Speech and Natural Language APIs

An application that truly understands a natural language is something sci-fi enthusiasts, programmers, and AI researchers have dreamed about for decades.

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Extending HTML by Creating Custom Tags

In this tutorial I will show you how easy it is to extend the HTML language with custom tags.

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Shingle Runwell Turntable

The Shinola Runwell Turntable was created as a limited run of 500 units. It made me gasp! What a beauty!

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The Single Greatest Truth

This made me chuckle.

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What Is Luck?

Is luck real?

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A Mobile Phone Contract for Teenagers

13) Learn to overcome the uncomfortable feeling of striking up a conversation with those around you! Try not to use your phone as a means of avoiding others.

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How to Define State With Angular UI-Router

 

UI-Router is a flexible and powerful alternative for AngularJS routing.

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Dynamic Page Templates in WordPress, Part 2

In part 1 of this tutorial series I introduced the basic concept of dynamic page templates and created

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How to Handle Exceptions in Elixir

Exception handling is a great practice for any software development methodology.

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You Are…

Where are you?

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Sheena Liam

Embroidery artist Sheena Liam hand sews images of women whose hair seems to gracefully dangle from the 2D surfaces. Lovely.

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Your Heart

‘Wheresoever you go, go with all your heart.’ – Confucius (via)

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Roll-Out Table

The length of the Roll-Out Table can be adjusted by sliding the end out and letting the tabletop follow, while the steel crank on the side is used to retract the length. Totally wish listing this one!

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The Empathy of Food

Anna Lappé speaks on the “empathy of food”. (via Michael Pollan)

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How to take a vacation the right way as a Freelancer

When you run your own business it can be tough to take a break. Especially hard if you work alone. In this post, I share some techniques and tips that help me get quality downtime.

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Java Creator James Gosling Joins Amazon Web Services

The legendary computer scientist and founder of Java, James Gosling, is joining forces with Amazon Web Services.