Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-07-30
- Mens Agitat Molem – Futility Closet
In 2010 Jeremy Wood walked around the campus of the University of Warwick with a GPS device to “draw” a map at 1:1 scale. Altogether he covered 238 miles in 17 days.
- Web Maker – A blazing fast & offline web playground
data warning’s a bit scary sounding but this is pretty much your own personal next-level codepen
- The Difference Between URLs and URIs
Actually, that’s called a URI, not a URL…
The response to this correction can range from quietly thinking this person needs to get out more, to agreeing indifferently via shoulder shrug, to removing the safety clasp on a Katana. This page hopes to serve as a simple, one page summary for navigating the subtleties of this debate.
- AMD shares are soaring: Ethereum miners are renting Boeing 747s to ship graphics cards to mines — Quartz
“Time is critical, very critical,” in mining, Marco Streng, chief executive of Genesis Mining, a major ethereum miner, told Quartz. “For example, we are renting entire airplanes, Boeing 747s, to ship on time. Anything else, like shipping by sea, loses so much opportunity.”
- John Popper From Blues Traveler Will Not Stop Posting Aerial Pictures of My House
That’s when a Blues Traveler fan threatened to send the Mexican mafia to Rutherford’s house.
- qrpike/Web-Font-Load: Install all Google Web Fonts onto your local machine
load all the google fonts via terminal
- MS Paint has had a bit of an upgrade • Eurogamer.net
“Your elevators are very confusing,” I suggested when I finally got to Microsoft. But it turns out that the man I was meeting did not agree. They’re amazing, he explained. You get used to them and then all other elevators are rubbish. I am paraphrasing, because this article is not really about elevators, but he laid out a glorious scenario where you check in at the front desk in the lobby and by the time you get to the elevator bay, your private elevator is already waiting for you. Valet service! This was the world this man from Microsoft already lived in. This was the sparkling water he drank every day.