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How the Web Works: HTTP and the Web Server

The web is built on the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP). When we go to a web page, our browser makes requests to a web server.

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What Apple Pay Can Teach Us About Email Encryption

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

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Debugging WordPress Projects in 60 Seconds

In this quick video, we'll see how we can take advantage of a third-party application in order to debug WordPress applications us

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Deregistering WordPress Stylesheets in 60 Seconds

There are times in which we inherit a WordPress project that's already been in use for some time.

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Premium Fonts – Episode 14

Here it is the 13th episode of premium fonts. As you know these fonts are available on the web for free yet are difficult to download.

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Why your $8 Shirt is a Huge Problem

Watch the video and learn why your $8 shirt is a huge problem, by Eve Andrews and Darby Minow Smith

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Build a CMS: nodePress

You have successfully created a flat filesystem Content Management System (CMS) using

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Getting (Dis)Connected: Shallow Interaction Design For Deeper Human Experiences

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Windows' Built-In PDF Reader Exposes Edge Browser To Hacking

An anonymous reader writes: Edge, Microsoft's new browser, uses the WinRT PDF library to automatically embed and present PDF files while navigating the web.

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Reports Coming In Of Mass IBM Layoffs Underway In The U.S.

Tekla Perry writes: Last week, IBM reported to investors that its workforce at the end of 2015 was almost as big as its workforce at the end of 2014 (within less than 1 percent), in spite of a year in

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Google Says Angular 2 Will Support Python, Java

An anonymous reader writes: Google will release a faster beta version of Angular 2 in about two weeks, with a smaller version targeted for April.

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Facebook Hit By German Antitrust Probe Over User Data

Regulators in Germany wonder whether the social network may be abusing market power by not being clear with consumers about how its using their data.

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New Findings Deepen the Mystery of Fast Radio Bursts

An anonymous reader writes: Last week, it was reported that the mystery of fast radio bursts were solved, and that they were due to the merger of a neutron star with another collapsed object, well out

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South Korea Breaks Filibuster Record Fighting New Surveillance Bill

An anonymous reader writes: Lawmakers in South Korea's National Assembly have broken the global collective filibuster record in its determination to defeat a new anti-terrorism bill which they believe

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iOS 9.3 Will Tell You If Your Employer Is Monitoring Your IPhone

An anonymous reader writes: Nobody likes being monitored. But even if you suspected your company is following your activities on the iPhone, would you know where to check?

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DoD Announces New Bug Bounty Program Called Hack the Pentagon

Quince alPillan writes: Announcing what it calls "the first cyber bug bounty program in the history of the federal government," the Department of Defense says it's inviting vetted hackers to test the

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FCC Complaints For the 2016 Primary Debates

v3rgEz writes: Wish that you could have tuned into all the primary debates without a cable subscription? You're not alone.

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UK Gov't Launches Anti-Adblocking Initiative, Compares It To Piracy

An anonymous reader writes: UK culture secretary John Whittingdale has announced that the British government will set up a 'round-table' between online publishers and adblocking companies to discuss t

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LibreSSL Unaffected By DROWN

serviscope_minor writes: The OpenBSD people forked and heavily cleaned up OpenSSL to create LibreSSL due to dissatisfaction with the maintainance of OpenSSL, culminating in the heartbleed bug.

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Scientists May Have Found Molecular Gatekeeper Of Long-Term Memory

hackingbear writes: While the general steps of forming a long-term memory are clear, the details, such as how exactly the molecular signals get shuttled to the command center, which generally has tigh

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FBI May Be Opening A Security Hole To Federal Agencies

Lucas123 writes: In its rush to gather information, the FBI blew its chance to retrieve data from the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino terrorists when it ordered his iCloud passcode to be reset sho

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New DisplayPort 1.4 Standard Can Drive 8K Monitors Over A USB Type-C Cable

AmiMoJo writes: VESA has finalized and released the DisplayPort 1.4 spec, which can drive 60Hz 8K displays and supports HDR color modes at 5K and 8K.

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Google Is Testing Voice-Activated Payment App, Hands Free

New submitter eedwardsjr writes: If you've ever wanted to pay just by saying something out loud, then Hands Free is the way to go.

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Inspiring Everyday Graphic Design

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TDO adds boxy plywood-framed extension to old Windsor cottage


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Official photos revealed of The Met Breuer ahead of public opening this month


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Beachy

Everyone loves a pebble, don't they? In fact, I would go as far to say that if you don't like pebbles, you don't like life. You are a fool. A fool! I will concede though that 'pebbles' is personal.

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Murals in the Snow

This. Just. Blew. My. Mind: Simon Beck specializes in making ornate snow murals with just his snowshoes.

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Rollable Wooden Table

I like the idea behind this rollable wooden table by Nathalie Dackelid.

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How to Create a News Reader With React Native: Setup and News Item Component

In this tutorial, we'll be creating a news reader app with React Native.

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AMP Project: Will it Make Your Sites Faster?

As of February 24th, Google search results have started including links to versions of mobile pages created using Accelerated Mo

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Porcelain Pitcher

This architectural looking porcelain pitcher gets my two thumbs up.

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Full Moon Rug

This Full Moon Rug is stunning. Wish listed!

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♥ / Squarespace

Big thanks for Squarespace for sponsoring my blog and RSS feed. These days, there are many ways to create an online identity. Setting yourself apart online, however, that’s a different story.

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Ruby/Rails Code Smell Basics 02

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This is part 2 of a small series about code smells and possible refactorings

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Kiddle

Kiddle is a visual search engine for kids, powered by editors and Google safe search.

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Cloud Security Startup ProtectWise Creates Network DVR To Analyze Threats

MojoKid writes: A Denver-based security startup called ProtectWise has a rather interesting twist on a security as a service platform that also incorporates an innovative threat detection and manageme

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Flower Kindergarten by OA Lab features curvy classrooms and colourful corridors


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A Smooth Refresher on Python's Classes and Objects

Python comes with many built-in data types, such as dict,

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Making an Original Corporate Theme in WordPress: Designing Other Page Types

Let's recap: My claim is that the reason of the magnitude of WordPress's market share is because it's so darn easy to create corporate websites with WordPress, and this is also the exact reason why

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Monstera Print

I am developing a slight obsession with Monstera leaves. This print is totally fueling it.

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Egg Ninjas

These Egg Ninjas made me laugh. So unnecessary but funny.

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A New Like Button

Watch this on The Scene. Facebook redesigned the like button and introduces six emotion emojis.

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Popular Open Source Projects for Swift Developments

On December 3 2015, Apple officially open sourced the Swift programming language.

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A Smooth Refresher on Python's Functions

In Python, you may have come across things like file(), print(), open(), range(), etc.

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How to Work With WordPress Metadata

If you're someone who is just getting started working with WordPress, then it's natural to be curious about some of the advanced features offered by its API.

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This Gif.

This Gif! Totally mesmerizing. It was sent to me and I have no idea who made it. (Would love to give credit if you know!)

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Anna And Argyle

Anna and Argyle is a dynamic digital tale that combines the immersive power of modern technology with the timeless simplicity of a storybook.