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WIRED Space Photo of the Day for September 2014

Follow Space Photo of the Day on Twitter The 2013 WIRED Space Photo of the Day Gallery The 2012 WIRED Space Photo of the Day Gallery For caption information and links to high-resolution images, please

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Create a Weather App on Android

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

A lot of the popular weather apps on Google Play are e

in NETTUTS

Adding a Custom Product Type in Magento

Sometimes the available product types just aren’t enough.

in NETTUTS

An Introduction to WebDriver Using the JavaScript Bindings

In this tutorial, we'll take a look at WebDriverJs which is a tool used for browser automation.

in Dr. Web

Vom Beach ins Büro: 20 kostenlose WordPress-Themes aus dem August 2014

Was hilft schon das Klagen? Der Sommer ist vorbei. Wir verlassen die Strände und gehen zurück in unsere Büros.

in Slashdot

XKCD Author's Unpublished Book Remains a Best-Seller For 5 Months

destinyland writes Tuesday is the official release date for the newest book from the geeky cartoonist behind XKCD — yet it's already become one of Amazon's best-selling books.

in Slashdot

Yahoo Stops New Development On YUI

First time accepted submitter dnebin writes Yahoo announced that they will cease new development on their javascript framework YUI, bowing to industry trends towards Node.js, Angular, and others.

in You the Designer

12 Intricate Infographics at the Info•Rama Exhibit

Infographic poster designs that are part-educational resources and part-GREAT works of art.

in Dezeen

Studio Tilt creates flexible interior for Proud Archivist cafe and events space


in Dezeen

"Bauhaus modernism" inspires Afteroom's furniture and home accessories for Menu

Afteroom collection for Menu

in Wired

Gadget Lab Podcast: Can I Use My iPhone’s NFC to Pay for My Uber?

This week, Mat and Mike talk about the latest leaks out of Cupertino, the ongoing fight between Uber and Lyft, and the hot gadget on everyone's holiday wish list, the Knee Defender.

in NETTUTS

Getting Started with the WordPress Media Uploader

When WordPress 3.5 was released, one of the most significant changes that was introduced was to that of the Media Uploader.

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Magento Tip: Choosing a Good Server

As a platform, Magento is at an enterprise level, meaning it is easily capable of handling from a small online store, with 10-20 products to a large shopping portal with thousands of items, lots of

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Call for Authors: Write For Tuts+!

We're currently looking for more authors to join our team! Specifically, we're looking for those who have strong web development skills - both front-end and back-end. 

in You the Designer

Cute Coffee Cups that Change Moods

A group consisting of talented artists was tasked with creating a limited series of souvenir cups …

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Unleashing the Power of Magento Newsletters

Perhaps one of the most overlooked functionality of Magento is its
Newsletter feature.

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Fixing the WordPress White Screen of Death

The well known White Screen of Death is one of the most common, yet most frustrating things that can occur on your WordPress site. 

in Boagworld

10 reasons it is not your web designers fault!

This week on Boagworld show we argue why you can’t always blame your web designer when your site fails to live up to expectations.

in Dr. Web

Suchmaschinenoptimierung: Die besten SEO-Plugins für WordPress

WordPress ist das sich am schnellsten verbreitende Content Management System der Welt. Nicht nur Privatpersonen, auch Firmen und richtig große Webseiten vertrauen auf WordPress.

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Real Things

“The real things haven’t changed.

in Slashdot

Old Doesn't Have To Mean Ugly: Squeezing Better Graphics From Classic Consoles

MojoKid writes If you're a classic gamer, you've probably had the unhappy experience of firing up a beloved older title you haven't played in a decade or two, squinting at the screen, and thinking: "W

in You the Designer

WikiWand: Wikipedia Redesign in a Swish and Flick

“Good Old Wikipedia, Great New Look” Wikipedia hasn’t changed much since it was built.

in Smashing Magazine

A Quick Tour Of WordPress 4.0

in magCulture

Love dogs?

Australian dog magazine Four&Sons strikes a balance between beautiful photography and short, intelligent copy.

in Dr. Web

Pexels und Travel Coffee Book: Zwei neue Quellen für komplett kostenlose Fotos

Und wieder haben wir zwei neue Quellen komplett kostenloser Fotos für Sie ausgegraben. Komplett kostenlos deswegen, weil beide Services auf Creative Commons Zero als Lizenz setzen.

in You the Designer

Funny and Honest Brand Slogans By Clif Dickens. The last one is SO true!

Company image is very important especially for its customers.

in Dezeen

Tillich Architektur adds folded concrete facade to textile company headquarters


in Design Observer: Main Posts

Rob Walker: A book prompts learning by “going beyond what is asked.”

A designer's book of self-assignments prompts us to learn by going "beyond what is asked" in our workaday professional lives.Some years ago,

in You the Designer

Keep Fresh, Stay Rad Typography Cards by Friends of Type

These postcards are not only bold, refreshing and every bit a dream come true for every typography …

in Wired

Why Amazon’s $1B Twitch Buy Makes More Sense Than Its Fire Phone

Amazon wants to own all your screens. That’s why it sells Kindle tablets, the Fire phone, and the Fire TV set top box.

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Adding Blur Effects on iOS

Introduction

With iOS 7, we saw a shift in Apple's design paradigm for mobile devices.

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Understanding and Working with User Data in WordPress

WordPress stores user data in the wp_users table, which is linked to the wp_posts and wp_comments tables:

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Introduction to the Yii Framework

Final product imageWhat You'll Be CreatingWhy Yii?

Writing "Hello World" in PHP is

in swissmiss

One Of Many

My studiomate Wesley Verhoeve launched a fantastic new project called One of Many.

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♥ / The Blueprint

A big thank you to The Blueprint for sponsoring this week of my RSS Feed. The Blueprint is an online retail site for the next wave of connected devices and wearables.

in Dr. Web

Und Action: 40 Adobe After Effects-Tutorials für Einsteiger und Profis

After Effects, Adobes Software für Spezialeffekte wie aus Hollywood, bietet uns eine dem guten alten Photoshop sehr ähnliche Oberfläche, allerdings erweitert um Zeitleiste und Animationsmöglichkei

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News Corp Australia Doesn't Want You To Look Closely At Their Financials

Presto Vivace writes with news of an embarrassing discovery for Rupert Murdoch's News Corp about the company's financial state, which might draw less attention if News Corp hadn't tried to prevent peo

in Slashdot

Ross Ulbricht Faces New Drug Charges

Alleged Silk Road mastermind Ross Ulbricht now faces additional drug-related charges.

in Spiekerblog (en)

Being obsessive about detail is being normal

Obsessive attention to detail is a pleonasm or a tautology. The very nature of detail means that one cannot deal with it without being attentive to it.

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Workshop at P98a

We finally have a new date for the workshop: October 17–18, 2014 10:00–18:00 at P98a, Potsdamer Strasse 98a, Berlin Schöneberg http://shop.gestalten.com/spiekermann-workshop.html

in Wired

Don’t Get Bullied by IT

In a modern world of self-service technology, enterprises have been introduced to a new technology — shadow IT.

in Wired

From Big Data to Actionable Data: Has Our Biology Failed Us, or Have We Failed to Use It?

The 21st Century has seen technology contribute life-altering realities like getting from New York to Beijing in less than 14 hours or grandparents using Facetime to see their newly anointed “Pr

in Dezeen

Makoto Yamaguchi adds ventilated "open rooms" to Oggi apartment block in Tokyo


in NETTUTS

An Introduction to Android Transitions

Introduction

The Android transitions framework allows you to configure the appearance of changes in your app's user interface.