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How to Authenticate Users With Twitter OAuth 2.0

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Twitter API 1.1 and OAuth 2.0 to authenticate users of your application and publish a test tweet.

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One Of Many / Austin

My friend Wesley just launched his 10th visual essay in his One of Many series. This time highlighting the Austin creative community. So proud of him and how he is running with this project.

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Ecuador Earthquake Lithograph

12 days ago Ecuador experienced a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake, killing over 500 people and leaving thousands of families without a home.

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Hands On Improving Google PageSpeed

Final product imageWhat You'll Be CreatingWhat Is Google PageSpeed?

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Kick-Start WordPress Development With Twig: Timber Image, Menu, and User

By now you have read about the basic concepts of using Twig through Timber, while building a modular WordPress theme.

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20 of the Most Popular HTML5 Game Templates

Flash ushered in the world of browser-based gaming, but as Flash faded and HTML5 came onto the scene, those same Flash-based games made their way over to HTML5.

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Misplaced New York

The Misplaced Series by Anton Repponen removes notable New York buildings from their surroundings and “misplaces” them in desolate landscapes around the world. LOVE! (via Kottke)

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Uhhhh

Kind of a bummer when you realize you’re a blob and you have no arms to pick up the phone. Thanks for the chuckle, Julian Glander. (via)

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SpaceX Intends To Send a Red Dragon To Mars As Early As 2018

Reader MarkWhittington writes: SpaceX has announced that it intends to send a version of its Dragon spacecraft, called "Red Dragon," to Mars as early as 2018.

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Chinese Security Robot Draws Dalek, Terminator Comparisons

An anonymous reader writes: China's first "intelligent security robot," which reportedly includes an "electrically charged riot control tool" and an SOS button for people to notify police, has been co

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Federal Judge Rules Amazon Must Refund Parents Duped By In-App Purchases

An anonymous reader shares a Gizmodo report: A federal judge has ruled Amazon is liable for billing unwitting parents after their children made unauthorized charges in apps.

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Nintendo's Mysterious 'NX' Gaming Platform To Be Launched In March 2017

Nintendo has announced that its next gaming platform -- codenamed NX -- will launch worldwide in March 2017.

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Microsoft Buys Into DNA Data Storage

the_newsbeagle writes: More than 2.5 exabytes of data is created every day, and some experts estimate that 90% of all data in the world today was created in the last two years.

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Comcast Is Raising Its Data Caps From 300GB To 1TB

An anonymous reader writes: Comcast has announced today it will be raising its monthly data cap of 300GB to 1TB beginning June 1st. They will however charge more to customers who want unlimited data.

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House Passes Email Privacy Act, Requiring Warrants For Obtaining Emails

An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: The U.S. House of Representatives has passed H.R.

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Former Tor Developer Created Malware To Hack Tor Users For The FBI

Patrick O'Neill writes: Matt Edman is a cybersecurity expert who worked as a part-time employee at Tor Project, the nonprofit that builds Tor software and maintains the network, almost a decade ago.

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There Will Be A Huge New 'Panama Papers' Data Dump

An anonymous reader writes: The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists said in an email that on May 9 it would "publish what will likely be the largest-ever release of information about

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Half Of Americans Think Presidential Nominating System 'Rigged'

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Huffington Post: More than half of American voters believe that the system U.S.

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Uber's New Policy Fines Riders Who Are Two Minutes Late

Uber says it has revised some of its policies to better compensate its drivers.

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Intel Declares Independence From PC, Prioritizes Cloud, IoT and 5G Efforts

A week after announcing 12,000 job cuts, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has shared vision for the company, hinting a shift in its prime focus away from PC business.

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German Nuclear Plant Infected With Computer Virus

archatheist shares a Reuters report: A nuclear power plant in Germany has been found to be infected with computer viruses, but they appear not to have posed a threat to the facility's operations becau

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Smartphone Shipments Flat For the First Time, Says IDC

An anonymous reader writes: Smartphone vendors shipped a total of 334.9 million smartphones worldwide last quarter.

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India Makes It Compulsory For Phones To Have a 'Panic Button'

Reader itwbennett writes: Starting in January 2017, all feature phones sold in India will need to have a panic button that will alert "police, designated friends and relatives, for immediate response

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CreativeMornings Talk: Andrew Hessel

Andrew Hessel, a futurist and catalyst in biological technology, delivers a powerful and thought-provoking CreativeMornings talk about the interplay between ethics, society, and life.

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This Interface Is A (Good) Joke!

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Nonsense

“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, It’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope.

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American Modern Cup + Saucer

There is something incredibly elegant and beautiful about this American modern cup and saucer.

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Leaf Man by Azuma Makoto

Leaf Man by flower artist Azuma Makoto made me smile. Also, full on Monstera leaf obsession happening over here.

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Telerik: Master the Perfect Split

There are two mobile platforms that matter most to app developers today, Android and iOS.

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AntiPatterns Basics: Rails Models

Anti- what? It probably sounds a lot more complicated than it is.

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Backbone Views and the DOM

Final product imageWhat You'll Be CreatingOverview

Backbone views provide a us

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'I Hacked Facebook -- and Found Someone Had Beaten Me To It'

An anonymous reader shares an article on The Register: A bug bounty hunter compromises a Facebook staff server through a sloppy file-sharing webapp -- and finds someone's already beaten him to it by b

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CM Studio updates 19th-century workers' cottage in Sydney with slatted timber extension


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SpriteKit From Scratch: Fundamentals

Introduction

SpriteKit, available on iOS, tvOS, and OS X, is a framework that allows developers to create high quality 2D games without worrying about the complexities of graphics APIs, such as

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What Is PrestaShop?

PrestaShop home pageWhat Is PrestaShop?

PrestaShop is an immensely feature-rich, free, open-source e

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Bacon Roses

This Bouquet of Bacon Roses would win my heart. Immediately.

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Parsing a CSV File With JavaScript

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

The

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Debugging in Python

When mentioning debugging, this means there may be a bug in the middle. Well, I don't mean a bug one might find in a house—what I mean here is a programming bug!

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How to Create a Slack Interface for Your PHP Application

If you've been following the development of office communication tools in the past year or so, I'm sure you've heard plenty about Slack.

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Prescription Meds Get Trapped In Disturbing Pee-To-Food-To-Pee Loop

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: A study published Tuesday in Environmental Science and Technology is the first to validate the long-held suspicion that pharmaceuticals may get t

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2,000 Translations Later: Your Favorites From Tuts+ Code

Almost exactly two years ago we published our first translation; a step into the unknown, a risk perhaps, but something we felt sure our community would be enthusiastic about.