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Queensland bungalow updated with contemporary interior and house-shaped extension


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KAMP Arhitektid creates tree-filled office within former Soviet-era factory


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Premium Fonts – Episode X

Here it is the 10th 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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What Is a Core Data Fault?

Faults are an essential component of Core Data. Even though the term sounds ominous, faults are inherent to the life cycle of a Core Data record.

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New Course: Animate Your Site With AngularJS

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

Animation is no longer an optional feature in we

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Interested in Writing for Tuts+ Code?

For the first time in over a year, we're looking to add more instructors to our team.

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Friday Link Pack

This made me laugh and appreciate Freshbooks even more… – Interesting: Entro is a Chrome extension for Gmail that helps busy business people manage email introductions quickly and eliminat

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Using PostCSS with BEM and SUIT Methodologies

In this tutorial we’re going to learn how to use PostCSS to make development of BEM/SUIT style CSS easier and more efficient.

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Google Project Loon Balloons To Blanket Indonesia With Internet

An anonymous reader writes: Google's Project Loon is set to deliver high-speed internet access to more than 100 million Indonesians.

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How to Use New Relic Insights to Learn More About Your Customers

From day to day, a lot of the work of running a software business revolves around asking and answering questions and trying to make the correct decisions based on them.

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Using PostCSS Together with Sass, Stylus, or LESS

If you’re interested in using PostCSS, but you still love your favorite preprocessor, don’t worry.

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Digit Automates Your Savings

An app that is tricking me into saving? I am down with that. Might give this one a try: Digit. (via Chris)

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♥ / MakeSpace

Big thanks to MakeSpace for supporting my blog and RSS Feed. Do you dream about having a bigger closet? Well, MakeSpace is like having an infinite closet.

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iOS 9: An Introduction to 3D Touch

Introduction

With the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, Apple introduced an entirely new way of interacting with our devices called 3D Touch.

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Mastering WP_Comment_Query

We're almost coming to the end of our series, "Mastering WP_Query", and it's time to introduce the siblings of the WP_Query class.

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Study: Standardized Tests Overwhelming Public Schools

An anonymous reader writes: A new study examined the amount of time U.S.

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Protocol-Oriented Programming in Swift 2

Introduction

With the release of Swift 2, Apple added a range of new features and capabilities to the Swift programming language. One of the most important, however, was an overhaul of protocols.

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Monitor and Control Applications Using Supervisor: Part 1

Supervisor
is a monitoring tool which controls various child processes and
handles starting/restarting of these child processes

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Free Course: Deploy Your Rails Application Into Heroku

Heroku is a cloud-based hosting provider that allows easy deployment of web applications. In this

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PostCSS Deep Dive: Roll Your Own Preprocessor

In the previous tutorial we went through how to use the excellent preproc

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Cooking as Therapy

I am not usually not big into tea towels but this one, by School of Life made me smile. I most certainly consider cooking as a form of therapy.

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Design Patterns: The Factory Method Pattern

In the previous article, we went through the Simple Factory Pattern.

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Stanford's Autonomous DeLorean Can't Time Travel, But It Can Do Donuts

Zothecula jumps on the "Back To the Future Day" bandwagon with this news about Stanford's experimental DeLorean.

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Facebook Launches Initiative To Attract More Minorities and Women To Coding

An anonymous reader writes: Facebook has launched TechPrep, a new initiative to attract more minorities and women into coding.

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Google Makes Full-Disk Encryption Mandatory For Some Android 6.0 Devices

itwbennett writes: Google's plan to encrypt user data on Android devices by default will get a new push with Android 6.0, also known as Marshmallow.

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Ask Slashdot: What's Your Media Setup?

An anonymous reader writes: There's no dearth of media technology today.

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Noise Protests Close Paris Data Center

judgecorp writes: Data center firm Interxion has been ordered to close a data center in Paris over protests from residents.

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NASA Picks Winners For 3D-Printed Mars Habitat Design Contest

schwit1 writes: NASA has picked the three winners in a design contest for 3D-printed habitats that could help future astronauts live on Mars.

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How Scientists Are Circumventing Journal Paywalls

Bruce66423 writes: Some academics are fighting back against publishers of academic journals by providing copies of papers to researchers who don't have access.

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Western Digital To Buy SanDisk

An anonymous reader writes: Reuters reports that Western Digital will buy SanDisk in a deal worth roughly $19 billion.

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Nurses Use Makerspace To Invent Custom Health Care Solutions

New submitter wd5gnr writes: University of Texas Medical Branch and an MIT initiative have joined forces to create the first maker space in a hospital.

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Only 8% of the Universe's Habitable Worlds Have Formed So Far

sciencehabit writes: According to a new study, 92% of Earth-like planets haven't been born yet.

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Google Wants Online Ad Improvement Within Months, Not Years

An anonymous reader writes: Speaking at the Wall Street Journal's WSJD Live Conference, Google's senior vice president of adverts and commerce Sridhar Ramaswamy has said (paywalled) that advertisers n

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book Reviews

An anonymous reader writes: Anandtech posted reviews of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and the Microsoft Surface Book today.

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Mythbusters Ending After Next Season

An anonymous reader writes: Entertainment Weekly is just one of many reporting that next season will be the last for the long-running show Mythbusters.

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"YouTube Red" Offers Premium YouTube For $9.99 a Month, $12.99 For iOS Users

An anonymous reader writes: YouTube is launching a subscription plan in the U.S. called Red that combines ad-free videos, new original series and movies.

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Quantum Theory Experiment Said to Prove "Spooky" Interactions

universe520 writes: Albert Einstein was troubled by how two particles can communicate with each other even if they are on opposite sides of the galaxy.

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14 Freshly Design Typeface

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