Weekly Web Harvest for 2018-07-29
- Fostering focus for small screens – Dropbox Design – Medium
A nice before/after redesign post with a focus on mobile and simplicity.
- Hack The Box :: Penetration Testing Labs
interactive learning media
ChronodeVFD: A Cyberpunk Wristwatch | johngineer The ChronodeVFD is a personal project I’ve been working on for a couple of months. It’s a wristwatch built around the IVL2-7/5 VFD display tube. I originally purchased a few of these tubes to build a standard desk clock, but after playing around with them, I realized I could probably build a wristwatch too. The tube has a number of features which make it more suited than most Soviet-surplus VFDs for this purpose. The NSA loved RSS in 2004 the NSA is spreading the gospel of RSS to the NSOC Operations Support Staff. She or he says: On the Internet, data sources as varied as Dilbert, ESPN Sports news, bankrate.com mortgage news, and Microsoft security updates are all available via RSS. At last count there were over one million RSS feeds available on the web, with more being added every hour. RSS has the potential to revolutionize the way we view the web, both at home and here at work. It’s easy to forget how exciting everything was in 2004. ‘Clean your desk’ : My Amazon interview experience My second round interview involved me being on line with a proctor (from ProctorU), whose job was to provide tech support and make sure I don’t cheat. As preamble, the proctor made me download some software, one […]
St. Louis Uber driver has put video of hundreds of passengers online. Most have no idea. | Metro | stltoday.comJason Gargac, of Florissant, livestreams videos of his rides as an Uber and Lyft driver in greater St. Louis without his customers’ knowledge. This screencap from Gargac’s channel on the livestreaming website Twitch shows him transporting passengers on a recent ride. The faces of passengers have been covered with black boxes by the Post-Dispatch. Screen-capture via Twitch. How the Roman Empire Made Pure CSS Connect 4 Possible | CSS-TricksIn this article, I will walk through the key ideas of a Pure CSS Connect 4 game I built. I tried to avoid hardcoding as much as I could in my experiment and worked without preprocessors to focus on keeping the resulting code short. You can see all the code and the game right here: Newcomer Conjugate Method Lessons / Elite FTSDynamic effort days will not be easy. These were harder and heavier than the max effort days. First, I started with nine sets of three, then switched to 12 doubles as Louie suggested, because in a powerlifting competition you just do singles, so you are better off doing a first rep 12 times than only nine times. Dynamic movements should be done fast. We are using 50%, 55%, or 60% bar weight, […]
Porsche Classic supplies classic parts from a 3D printer Due to the consistently positive results received to date, Porsche is currently manufacturing eight other parts using 3D printing. The parts in question are steel and alloy parts produced using the selective laser melting process, and plastic components manufactured using an SLS printer HUBzero – Home Host analytical tools, publish data, share resources, collaborate and build communities in a single web-based ecosystem.