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

Linked in Science & Tech 28 Dec. 2016 @ 02:47

Watch Tesla’s Autopilot brake for a crash before it even happens

Posted in Science & Tech 28 Dec. 2016 @ 12:28 PM

Large wave of energy from unknown source hits Earth

The first scientifically documented, validated wave of galactic energy seems to have been discovered by YouTuber Dutchsinse, who uses MIMIC TPW microwave imagery to watch strange’ weather events around the planet.