GitHub Next | Visualizing a codebase How can we “fingerprint” a codebase to see its structure at a glance? Let’s explore ways to automatically visualize a GitHub repo, and how that could be useful. EXCLUSIVE: Logically Identifies GhostEzra, Florida Man Behind World’s ‘Largest Antisemitic Internet Forum’ –I look at how these bits and pieces add up . . . makes me rethink what ends up known about you by the data you give to various companies By looking at U.S. national averages and trends for gas prices, we were able to narrow the location of the gas station in the photo down to three possible states. GhostEzra’s posting patterns also suggested that they were located in the Eastern U.S. time zone. This information enabled us to identify the exact location of the gas station pictured to be St Andrews Boulevard in Boca Raton, Florida. Bioicons – high quality science illustrations Generative Art with ggplot2 • aRtsy A guide to designing accessible, WCAG-compliant focus indicators Grafana: The open observability platform | Grafana Labs
Ádám Németh’s virtual reconstructions – Ádám Németh’s virtual reconstructions I have been working as a 3D artist specializing in archaeological renderings for ten years. In this time, I have worked for Hungarian museums and have for the most part focused on reconstructions depicting the Roman era. Workbench – Data platform for journalists h/t John Udell
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Hey, that’s mine: naked man’s wild boar chase immortalised in plastic | Germany | The Guardian Landauer told the tabloid Bild: “I had a huge amount of work due to that picture, but financially I got nothing from it. I don’t like the fact that others are now earning money from it without asking me.” The Online Photographer: Photographing With the Wrong Camera I think it’s in the book Photography Until Now (1989) that John Szarkowski makes the case that it is about the camera…it’s just not all about the camera. He makes the case that if you look back at history carefully enough, you can see how developments in cameras changed what people photographed and how they photographed. –it’s both so many times, maybe always . . . same thing applies to various technologies and their impact on thought/work etc. Garder’s hammer-hand . . . Hundreds of Ways to Get S#!+ Done—and We Still Don’t | WIRED “With to-do apps, we are attempting nothing less than to craft a superior version of ourselves. Perhaps it shouldn’t be a surprise that when we fail, the moods run so black.” “Pick virtually any postulate about “the best way to get organized” and app designers will have diametrically opposing views. The app Things lets you put a due date on each task; […]