Linked in Web Development 1 Jan. 2017 @ 06:16

Does Google execute JavaScript?

Linked in World 31 Dec. 2016 @ 02:16

What matters most in 2017

Posted in Movies & TV 31 Dec. 2016 @ 12:14 PM

Peer back at the movies and TV shows of 2016

Max Shishkin hasn’t forgotten about this years’ movies and TV shows, and has made an awesome tribute-compilation that summarily peers back at the highlights, with a bit of oomph – quite enjoyable indeed. (Spoilers and NSFW parts ahead.)

Linked in Science & Tech 31 Dec. 2016 @ 10:07

This is what it looks like when a Sun dies

Linked in ProcessWire 31 Dec. 2016 @ 09:25

The future is bright for ProcessWire in 2017

Linked in Privacy & Security 30 Dec. 2016 @ 05:05

Facebook doesn’t tell users everything it really knows about them

Linked in Science & Tech 29 Dec. 2016 @ 09:26

The robots are anxious about taking your job

Linked in Science & Tech 29 Dec. 2016 @ 08:54

Five scientific myths you probably believe about the Universe

Linked in World 29 Dec. 2016 @ 08:25

Fukushima Radiation has contaminated the entire Pacific Ocean

Posted in ProcessWire 29 Dec. 2016 @ 07:52 PM

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We have Smartypants in the core, but what if we could do better?

Linked in World 28 Dec. 2016 @ 09:28

How GPS became a human tracking-mechanism

Linked in Software 28 Dec. 2016 @ 09:25

Microsoft Word version 1.1a source code

Posted in Web Development 28 Dec. 2016 @ 07:40 PM

Use Macros to define your Virtual Hosts in Apache

If you’re on Windows, chances are you don’t have a handy package like Valet to make your development-workflow easier. If you’re using a standard Apache installation, this might go a long way in speeding things up.

Posted in Movies & TV 28 Dec. 2016 @ 07:38 PM

Alien: Covenant” trailer: monsters dominate here

I’ve always been a fan of the Alien franchise, ever since I was a kid. Prometheus was mellowed down for the most part, but thoroughly enjoyable nonetheless. From this trailer, I expect I’ll enjoy the follow-up even more.

Linked in Web Development 28 Dec. 2016 @ 07:35

Even faster images using HTTP2 and progressive JPEGs