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Friday Link Pack

– We can get more done, if we care enough. And trust enough; A good bucket brigade – I would totally adopt Harold the Jellyfish. Henry the slug is pretty cool too.

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Google Pulling Back the Veil On Its Custom-Built Data Centers

jfruh writes: In the mid-'00s, as Google scaled up its data centers to meet increasing demand, "we could not buy, for any price, a data-center network that would meet the requirements of our distribut

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Creating a Web App From Scratch Using Python Flask and MySQL

In this series, we'll be using Python, Flask and

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Simple JavaScript Inheritance: What You Need to Know

A lot of my friends are
C# or C++ developers.

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Valentine Typewriter (1969)

Ettore Sottsass’ Valentine Portable Typewriter design from 1969 makes my heart go pitter patter. What a beauty. Currently for sale over at Sotheby’s for an estimated $15,000-$20,000.

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No Mug

This No Mug made me chuckle.

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Guest Toothbrush

Love the simplicity of these bamboo guest toothbrushes by Izola.

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One day I’ll read all those books…

The screenwriter, director and author Judd Apatow owns a lot of books and convinced himself that buying books is the same as reading.

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♥ / Gratitude Collective

Big thanks to Gratitude Collective for supporting my blog and RSS Feed. There is beauty all around us all the time. But before we can appreciate it we have to slow down and take notice.

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Elizabeth Gilbert on Inspiration,

Beautiful Elizabeth Gilbert quote. Taken from this blog post over on Brain Pickings.

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12 Display Type Fonts

We have compile a list of Free Downloadable various type Fonts for personal & commercial use for Web Designers and Logo Artists by which you can save your money as well as time and focus on makin

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iOS 9: Getting Started with UIStackView

Like every iteration of iOS, iOS 9 brings forth a lot of new features.

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Clay and Bros Sandals

Last week the fabulous Paul Octavious stopped by our studio and I couldn’t help but notice his supercool sandals.

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Styling Sections in a Page-Based Site Differently

In an earlier tutorial I showed you how to

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Exploding Plants

Slow-motion footage of “exploding plants” compiled by the Smithsonian Channel. Mind blown! (via Laughing Squid)

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Using the Digital Ocean API to Manage Your DNS

Final product imageWhat You'll Be CreatingDNS Hosting at Digital Ocean

In November 2014, Dig

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Qihoo 360 Secure: The Most Popular Browser You’ve Never Heard Of

One of the most popular desktop browsers in China is one you’ve
probably never crossed swords with, but it’s huge.

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Create and Win with the Envato Remix CodePen Challenge!

Several times this year we’ve run CodePen Challenges on Tuts+ and they’ve all been a huge hit.

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US Teen Pleads Guilty To Teaching ISIS About Bitcoin Via Twitter

jfruh writes: Ali Shukri Amin, a 17-year-old from Virginia, has pleaded guilty to charges that he aided ISIS by giving the group advice about using bitcoin.

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What Tools Do You Use to Build Websites?

What are your tools for building websites? What tips, tricks, and advice can you share about your favorite tool/s?

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Detect and Resolve Performance Problems on Android

Introduction

No matter how innovative and useful your Android app is, if it’s laggy, prone to freezing, or hogs memory, no one is going to want to use it.

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A Walkthrough on Conditional Tags in WordPress: Series Finale

It was a long run, but we finally got to the last part of the series. I hope it was a fun and educational journey and you enjoyed the series as much as I did.

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New Course: Comparing Front-End Frameworks

There are so many amazing front-end JavaScript frameworks out there, and sometimes it can be hard to figure out which one to use!

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Loopimal

This brand-new called Loopimal by YATATOY lets your kid (or yourself) playfully enter the world of computer sequencing.

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ECMAScript 6 Power Tutorial: Class and Inheritance

I’d like to share with you a series of articles
about ECMAScript 6, sharing my
passion for it and explaining how it can work for you.

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Building a Product CSV Export Tool in OpenCart

If you're running an online store or any web business and you don't know the importance of CSV (Comma-Separated-Value), then it's time to upgrade your knowledge about data manipulation.

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The Tuts+ Guide to Template Tags: First Batch

In the first part of the series, we had a look at what template tags are, where they can be found, how they work, and how to use them.

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Dealing With the ROT

In my latest post for Smashing Magazine I explore how to deal with redundant, out of date and trivial content.

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Whitehouse Mandates HTTPS For Government Sites and Services

Bismillah writes: As per orders from Tony Scott, the government CIO, all federal agencies with publicly accessible websites must provide service only through a secure HTTPS connection.

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The future of web design agencies

There is an increasing amount of talk about the death of web design and the web design agency. I share my perspective in an interview with Pantheon.

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Pulkabacken house has a sloping roof that doubles as a sledding hill


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Accessibility, Part 6: Going Beyond Code Best Practices

In this series we've looked at some simple ways theme developers can help make their theme accessible.

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Tuts+ Is Hiring Course Instructors for New Web Technologies

Are you excited about the React or Polymer frameworks? Do you use the Go language or DevOps tools? What about sharing your knowledge through teaching online video courses?

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The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Introduction

Creating an e-commerce website can be a daunting journey. Imagine if it were nothing more than a matter of few clicks. Thanks to WooCommerce, this is now possible. 

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Feds Want to ID Web Trolls Who ‘Threatened’ Silk Road Judge

Feds Want to ID Web Trolls Who ‘Threatened’ Silk Road Judge

Last week the Department of Justice iss

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Apple Shows More Diversity at WWDC, But It Can Do Better

Apple Shows More Diversity at WWDC, But It Can Do Better

Apple had to show it moved the needle on diversity a

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Dominant Thoughts

“Our life always expresses the result of our dominant thoughts.” – Soren Kierkegaard (via The Book of Life)

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Keynote Motion Graphic Experiment

Continuously amazed at what you can do with Keynote, Apple’s version of Powerpoint. The above motion animation by Linda Dong is fantastic!

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HazeOver

HazeOver lets you focus on one app by fading out all the background windows on a Mac. So good. (via Amrit)

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Style Different Categories in Your WordPress Site Differently Using CSS

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

In the

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How to be a predictable success

In this Do Lectures talk, Les McKeown describes the 7 stages every business goes through. Some stages you don’t want to be in. And some you want to stay in forever.

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What You Can Learn From Some of the Web's Most Creative People

Sometimes we all need a little inspiration.