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French Onion Soup
This is the best French onion soup I’ve ever had. The secret ingredient, well, it isn’t onions.
food  recipe  france  onion  cheese 
yesterday
The Embroidered Computer | MetaFilter
The Embroidered Computer is an exploration into using historic gold embroidery materials and knowledge to craft a programmable 8 bit computer.
IFTTT  metafilter  post 
yesterday
Irene Posch
A researcher and artist exploring the integration of technological development into the fields of art and craft, and vice versa, and social, cultural, technical and aesthetic implications thereof.
art  computing  technology  craft  inspiration  design  maker 
yesterday
Fourier Transforms
An Interactive Introduction to Fourier Transforms!
algorithm  cool  fourier  compression  visualisation  mathematics  maths 
4 days ago
The Ethics of Web Performance
"When you stop to consider all the implications of poor performance, it’s hard not to come to the conclusion that poor performance is an ethical issue."
performance  energy  webdevelopment  userexperience 
4 days ago
The Original Hacker's Dictionary
"This file, jargon.txt, was maintained on MIT-AI for many years, before being published by Guy Steele and others as the Hacker's Dictionary. Many years after the original book went out of print, Eric Raymond picked it up, updated it and republished it as the New Hacker's Dictionary. Unfortunately, in the process, he essentially destroyed what held it together, in various ways: first, by changing its emphasis from Lisp-based to UNIX-based (blithely ignoring the distinctly anti-UNIX aspects of the LISP culture celebrated in the original); second, by watering down what was otherwise the fairly undiluted record of a single cultural group through this kind of mixing; and third, by adding in all sorts of terms which are "jargon" only in the sense that they're technical. This page, however, is pretty much the original, snarfed from MIT-AI around 1988"
history  language  reference  computing  internet  networking 
4 days ago
Static Site Boilerplate
"Build static websites with automated build processes, a local development server, production minification and optimizations, and the latest standards."
boilerplate  webdevelopment  static 
4 days ago
UI lit by the lights in your room - YouTube
I've been developing an environmentally-lit user interface. It uses the lighting of your environment to light, shade, and reflect on the user interface, which provides an unprecedented level of immersion. Read more here: https://bobburrough.com/public/post/environmentally_lit_interface_a_quantum_leap_forward/ Also, be sure to check out the other videos on this channel for more in-depth views of environmentally-lit UI's.
IFTTT  YouTube  video 
4 days ago
How to Review Code You Don't Understand
"Most of the time I feel pretty good about giving and receiving code review. However, there’s still a situation that comes up frequently enough that it causes me a good amount of doubt and stress - reviewing code that I don’t understand."
review  code  programming  qualitycontrol 
4 days ago
The Environmentally-Lit Interface: A Quantum Leap Forward
"An environmentally-lit interface takes information from the environment around the device and uses it to render physically-accurate things on the screen. It appears as if the lights around you are shining on the things on the screen. If the lighting in your room is bright, then the things on your screen are brightly lit."
design  userinterface  ios  environment  sensors 
4 days ago
Technology Post-mortems
A collection of outage postmortems from big and small companies.
failure  downtime  postmortem  investigation  technology  worldwideweb 
4 days ago
GitExplorer
"Find the right git commands you need without digging through the web"
git  reference  programming  versioncontrol 
5 days ago
Dancing the flip-flop
There’s a particular process I’m fascinated by, and I tell people about it all the time, but recently I realized I’d never actually written it down—so here you go.
art  digital  culture  abstraction  dance  designthinking  inspiration  physics 
6 days ago
How To Learn CSS
"You don’t need to commit in memorizing every CSS Property and Value, as there are good places to look them up. There are some fundamental things, however, which will make CSS much easier for you to use. This article aims to guide you along your path of learning CSS."
css  webdesign  webdevelopment  learning 
6 days ago
A Pirate's take on Strategy vs Tactics
"Strategy vs. Tactics is one of the most written-about topics in business, but most business books seem to explain it in ways that hinder the clarity of thought."
book  business  history  strategy  tactics 
6 days ago
Estimation
An inside look into secrets of agile estimation and story points. Good agile estimation lets product owners optimize for efficiency and impact.
agile  scrum  projectmanagement  business  development 
6 days ago
Why you should stop using product roadmaps and try GIST Planning
"I created my fair share of product strategies, roadmaps and project gantts, but I don’t do them anymore. I found a better alternative — GIST"
projectmanagement  planning  gist  okr  agile  business 
6 days ago
Edgar Wright's 1000 Favorite Movies
"This list of personal favorites was assembled by Edgar Wright and myself in July 2016. Films are in chronological order."
film  lists  movies  bestof  cinema 
6 days ago
Jeffsum | Text Generator
A little text placeholder generator of Jeff Goldblum awesome... obviously.
text  loremipsum  generator  jeffgoldblum  funny 
7 days ago
Disrespect the backlog: half of everything you know is wrong
"a backlog is not a specification.

It is not a description of a finished product.

It is the raw material out of which we’ll create our product, and our best guess at its size."
agile  process  productmanagement  userstories  backlog 
7 days ago
How to Make Content Marketing Work With an Agile Team
"To create content using Agile methodologies, set up parallel marketing and content marketing sprints."
content  contentstrategy  agile  process  webdevelopment 
7 days ago
Aligning Content Work with Agile Processes
Brendan Murray persuasively argues that agile development is a framework within which content work can flourish.
contentstrategy  agile  webdevelopment 
7 days ago
Content collaboration with an agile team – GatherContent
"In this webinar Rich Prowse, Digital Editor-In-Chief at the University of Bath, explores why the University adopted an agile approach to content."
content  contentdesign  contentstrategy  video  webdevelopment  agile 
7 days ago
The Future Will be Technical
"In November, I was given the chance to create non-developer resources for Scuttlebutt. The goal for these would be to make Scuttlebutt understandable to folks who do not identify as “technical”, and to help communicate our culture to the rest of the world."
collaboration  essay  internet  worldwideweb  society  technology  designthinking  culture 
7 days ago
A Layman’s Introduction to Embeddings
"One of the interesting things about embeddings is that their dimensions — here, shelf height and position along shelf — often correspond to useful trends."
search  embedding  facets  webdevelopment 
7 days ago
RunJS
A modern JavaScript playground, with Node and browser APIs and support for Babel and TypeScript. Write JavaScript and get instant feedback as you type.
javascript  editor  software  macos 
7 days ago
Engineering Management: The Pendulum Or The Ladder
Last night I was out with a dear friend who has been an engineering manager for a year now, and by two drinks in I was rattling off a long list things I always say to newer engineering managers. Then I remembered: I should write a post! It's one of my goals this year to write…
management  career  manager  business  engineering 
7 days ago
Making Engineering Team Communication Clearer, Faster, Better
"Derek Parham specializes turning engineers into great communicators. Here's the framework he used to do it at both Google and on the Hillary Clinton campaign."
management  design  teams  communication  designthinking  review 
8 days ago
Benefits of a connected design system
"We’re seeing more and more organisations, big and small, empowering design teams to think more systematically. Couple that with the adoption of declarative JavaScript libraries, such as React and Angular, we’re able to unlock new ways to use web components to design, build and maintain interfaces.

This shift in approach is pulling design and engineering disciplines closer together, aligning workflows, and fundamentally changing the way teams communicate with each other."
designpatterns  designsystems  designthinking  webdesign  webdevelopment  patternlibrary 
8 days ago
Gaming the System…and Winning
"Graham Herrli thinks the gamification of websites can be fun and creative…as long as it reaches the sites’ target users."
gaming  gamification  webdesign  webdevelopment  userexperience 
8 days ago
Risk-First Software Development
"Scrum, Waterfall, Lean, Prince2: what do they all have in common?

One perspective is that they are individual software methodologies, offering different approaches on how to build software.

However, here, we are going to consider a second perspective: that building software is all about managing risk, and that these methodologies are acknowledgements of this fact, and they differ because they have different ideas about which are the most important risks to manage."
software  development  business  management  risk  process  projectmanagement 
8 days ago
Front-End Performance Checklist 2019 [PDF, Apple Pages, MS Word]
"Let’s make 2019... fast! A front-end performance checklist (PDF/Apple Pages/MS Word), with everything you need to know to create fast experiences today."
performance  webdevelopment  userexperience  accessibility  checklist 
8 days ago
100+ Lessons Learned for Project Managers
"Jerry Madden, the former Associate Director of Flight Projects at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), collected 122 lesson learned nuggets from a variety of sources that are instructive to managers of NASA spaceflight projects. These aphorisms should be accepted where they may provide insight into NASA project management success."
business  projectmanagement  nasa  advice  funny  wisdom 
8 days ago
LocationsHub
"A marketplace for film locations. We bring together those who are looking for film locations with those who have locations available for use."
film  cinema  television  location  search  resource 
8 days ago
Sarlat Potatoes | Pommes de Terres Sarladaises
Sarlat potatoes or pommes de terres Sarladaises, a delicious dish from the south of France. Authentic, simple, easy to make recipe from France... scrummy!
potato  recipe  roasting  french 
11 days ago
The Cicada Principle and Why It Matters to Web Designers
What does the life cycle of periodical cicadas, Euclidean number theory and web design have on common?
css  patterns  random  webdesign  webdevelopment  background  tiling 
11 days ago
I'm a mathematician... all I do all day is write equations on glass | MetaFilter
Hello, I'm a professor in a movie, I only reach the main point of my lecture right as class is ending. Then I yell at students about the reading / homework as they leave. [Tweet + replies via @_roryturnbull]
IFTTT  metafilter  post 
11 days ago
Har Mar Superstar - When You Were Mine (Prince Cover) - A.V. Undercover - YouTube
Har Mar Superstar - When You Were Mine (Prince Cover) - A.V. Undercover - 2016 - The AV Club - Chicago, IL
IFTTT  YouTube  video 
12 days ago
Very Slow Movie Player on Vimeo
A film watched at 1/3,600th of the original speed is not just a very slow movie, it's a way to you see yourself against the smear of time. Background: https://medium.com/@bryan/very-slow-movie-player-499f76c48b62?source=friends_link&sk=deadb3073d5ef89fc425f61b1aabec5e More footage of the Very Slow Movie Player: https://vimeo.com/307806885
ifttt  vimeo  video 
12 days ago
#friendlyneighborhoodspiderpeople
New York's started to notice that there might be more than just one Spider-Man in town.
spider  spider-man  marvel  fanfic  ao3  funny 
12 days ago
A Short Story About Choice in an Age of Wearables - The Atlantic
Denise was already late, even before her augmented-reality glasses decided to perform another endless system update. She drummed her fingers on the steering wheel of her car. She could not afford to be late for her first appointment of the day.
IFTTT  Pocket 
12 days ago
The 'Future Book' Is Here, but It's Not What We Expected | WIRED
The Future Book was meant to be interactive, moving, alive. Its pages were supposed to be lush with whirling doodads, responsive, hands-on. The old paperback Zork choose-your-own-adventures were just the start. The Future Book would change depending on where you were, how you were feeling.
IFTTT  Pocket 
12 days ago
Very Slow Movie Player
"A film watched at 1/3,600th of the original speed is not just a very slow movie, it helps you see yourself against the smear of time."
diy  film  movies  raspberrypi  technology  art  time 
12 days ago
STAMPing on event-stream
"The goal of a STAMP-based analysis is to determine why the events occurred… and to identify the changes that could prevent them and similar events in the future. 1 One of my big heroes is Nancy Leveson, who did a bunch of stuff like the Therac-25 investigation and debunking N-version programming. She studies what makes software unsafe and what we can do about that. More recently she’s advocated the “STAMP model” for understanding systems."
analysis  javascript  security  stamp  rootcauseanalysis 
12 days ago
How much does it cost to make an app? - App Cost Calculator
"Have you ever wondered how much it would cost to build an app for iOS or Android? We’ve created this handy app cost calculator just for you. Find out how much your app will cost in under a minute!"
ios  android  calculator  business  budget  development 
12 days ago
Probability, Mathematical Statistics, Stochastic Processes
"Random is a website devoted to probability, mathematical statistics, and stochastic processes, and is intended for teachers and students of these subjects. The site consists of an integrated set of components that includes expository text, interactive web apps, data sets, biographical sketches, and an object library."
probability  statistics  mathematics  maths  science  randomness  visualisation 
13 days ago
Seeing Theory
A visual introduction to probability and statistics.
probability  statistics  visualisation  data  mathematics  maths  science  randomness 
13 days ago
Web Typography: Numerals
Richard Rutter offers sage advice on numeral usage in this excerpt from Web Typography.
typography  webdesign  readability  userexperience  numerals 
13 days ago
SVG business logos
3,000+ corporate, open source, and other business logos.
design  logo  vector  svg 
13 days ago
Dirty dealing in the $175 billion Amazon Marketplace
"Stolen identities, ominous threats, intricately coordinated hijackings, and the people who are just trying to understand the rules of a lawless land. This isn’t the Wild West. It’s Amazon’s Seller Marketplace, where customers buy things like tents and novelty socks and other tchotchkes."
amazon  business  marketplace  ecommerce 
13 days ago
Guesstimate | A Spreadsheet for the Uncertain
Plan finances, make strategic decisions, and do risk assessment. Guesstimate uses stochastic models, Monte Carlo simulations, and sensitivity analyses.
data  simulation  spreadsheet  statistics  tools 
13 days ago
Gradient Borders in CSS | CSS-Tricks
Let's say you need a gradient border around an element. My mind goes like this: There is no simple obvious CSS API for this. I'll just make a wrapper
css  webdesign  gradient  borders 
14 days ago
Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup: In an Instant Pot Or on the Stove
Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup is a perfect orchestration of tender beef, a rich and slightly spicy broth, fresh noodles, a little bok choy, and that absolutely necessary fistful of Chinese pickled mustard greens and fresh scallions and cilantro. Here's how to make it in an instant pot pressure cooker or on your stove.
instantpot  recipe  food  pressurecooker  beef  soup  noodles  taiwan 
18 days ago
Hidden Gems: The best films you (probably) haven’t seen on Netflix UK
Stuck with that tricky "What should I watch next on Netflix?" decision? With the streaming service adding new titles all the time, it's increasingly difficult
television  netflix  list 
22 days ago
Spiced Rum and Fig Brownies Recipe | Yellow Kite
Brownies are the mainstay of my baking repertoire for good reason: they’re quick and easy to make; they’re infinitely adaptable; everyone loves them.
baking  brownies  cake  recipe 
24 days ago
The Future Will be Technical
Click on any module on the left to begin.
IFTTT  Pocket 
25 days ago
Web components still need to be accessible
Eric Bailey explains why developers need to consider accessible web components in their work, and not to needlessly reinvent the wheel.
html  webdevelopment  accessibility  equality  userexperience  browsers  webcomponents 
26 days ago
Automated Keyword Extraction from Articles using NLP
"Conventional approaches of extracting keywords involve manual assignment of keywords based on the article content and the authors’ judgment. This involves a lot of time & effort and also may not be accurate in terms of selecting the appropriate keywords. With the emergence of Natural Language Processing (NLP), keyword extraction has evolved into being effective as well as efficient.

And in this article, we will combine the two — we’ll be applying NLP on a collection of articles (more on this below) to extract keywords."
programming  machinelearning  naturallanguageprocessing  data 
26 days ago
4 Questions You Should be Asking Your Employees
"Not sure how to motivate your team and help them perform at their best? Here's a simple solution: Just ask."
management  process  business  employment 
26 days ago
Clip Paths Know No Bounds
"Dan Wilson throws some Christmas shapes and gives us a run down of different ways to use CSS polygon clip paths to create interesting a flexible shapes with less code that you might have thought."
css  css3  clippath  webdesign  webdevelopment 
26 days ago
PHP Microformats Parser
Extract content from pages marked up with microformats.
microformat  indieweb  parser  http  tool 
27 days ago
A People's Guide to AI
"Systems that use artificial intelligence are quietly becoming present in more and more parts of our lives. But what does this technology really mean for people, both right now and in the future?"
guide  artificialintelligence  machinelearning  introduction  learning  education 
27 days ago
FAQ Guru
A collection of popular interview questions, along with answers, and some code-snippets that will help you to prepare for technical interviews.
interview  career  questions  language  programming 
27 days ago
Squoosh
Compress and compare images with different codecs, right in your browser
development  image  performance  tools  compression 
28 days ago
Byrne’s Euclid
A reproduction of Oliver Byrne's celebrated work from 1847 plus interactive diagrams, cross references, and posters designed by Nicholas Rougeux
book  design  geometry  mathematics  inspiration 
28 days ago
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