recent bookmarks

Twitter
RT : I’ve been programming in Erlang (and more recently Elixir) for nearly 10 years and finding the right combination of…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by briantrice
Twitter
My husband bought a bunch of no-cook food in case the power goes out during the hurricane and I think he hid it fro…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by emerose
Twitter
Kom til teksteventyr-foredrag på Retro Spil Expo på lørdag den 15/9–2018. Hvad er et teksteventyr? Hør historien ba…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by stoffr
Twitter
Van Sciver was brought into Comicsgate by another well known member, Richard C. Meyer, who spent the better part of…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by ninthart
MailDrop.cc
Temp throwaway email addresses
technology 
10 days ago by giegerj
Twitter
Hey if you want to educate yourself why don’t you scroll down the comments on her tweet and find out…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by maura
Why disaster recovery is so slow in North Carolina | Longleaf Politics
But so many different pots if money exist, and coverage has been spun. This is good from :
from twitter
10 days ago by andriak
Twitter
Never forget that CEOs who brag about how many hours they work come home to personal chefs, maids, drivers, and lan…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by vemana
Twitter
Never forget that CEOs who brag about how many hours they work come home to personal chefs, maids, drivers, and lan…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by jessedyck
Twitter
Never forget that CEOs who brag about how many hours they work come home to personal chefs, maids, drivers, and lan…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by ebertx
Twitter
Never forget that CEOs who brag about how many hours they work come home to personal chefs, maids, drivers, and lan…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by mikeschinkel
Twitter
Never forget that CEOs who brag about how many hours they work come home to personal chefs, maids, drivers, and lan…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by briantrice
Twitter
♫ Listening to “Ruler Of My Heart” by Norah Jones from the album “Stay With Me” (bonus)
nowplaying  2ferTuesday  from twitter
10 days ago by rgl7194
Batificity
Batificity
Not the css specificity guide you deserve, but the one you need right now.

AKA Why rocks.
from twitter
10 days ago by codepo8
Twitter
What!? Everyone heard of the internet in 2000 and how big was google, facebook, airbnb, uber, alibaba back then? C…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by saxwell
Twitter
RT : Me: *throws you down a pit*
You: my leg's broken
Me: I'm sure you have proof. I'll wait
You: YOU THREW ME DOWN A PI…
from twitter
10 days ago by quicksilvre
Twitter
Just made it to demian conways talk in time "transparadigm paradigm"
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by reinhard_codes
Opinion | Attica: It’s Worse Than We Thought - The New York Times
As the fine print of that 1972 article read: “We are indebted to the inmates of the Attica Correctional Facility who participated in this study and to the warden and his administration for their help and cooperation.” This esteemed physician, a man working for two of New York’s most respected hospitals and receiving generous research funding from the N.I.H., was indeed conducting leprosy experiments at Attica.
10 days ago by spectrevision
Twitter
The thing is, the legislature gave him the money and he rejected it.
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by fenster
Twitter
Eis que, neste cenário tenebroso de rebosteio ideológico e terra em transe, surge um verdadeiro alento: estas…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by amaral
Twitter
Started our Texas Topics Research Pjct today but first we must go over research skills & citing sources. We ❤️…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by NoodleTools
Twitter
hmm i wonder if there are any lessons to be learned from this about the radical left's credibility on foreign policy
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by matthewog
(429) https://twitter.com/chrislhayes/status/1039532255973130240
hmm i wonder if there are any lessons to be learned from this about the radical left's credibility on foreign policy
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by MattBinder
Twitter
If your bar is still doing the "Soup Of The Day: Whiskey!" sign in 2018, you better be ready for me to request it i…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by stringsn88keys
(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1039554547855843328
Remembering the lives we lost 17 years ago and the first responders who are still recovering. In the wake of traged…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by jheady
Twitter
the problem here is that the convenience store is protected from competition by owning land in an area…
from twitter
10 days ago by bobpoekert
Twitter
(وجعلوا لله أندادا ليضلوا عن سبيله قل تمتعوا فإن مصيركم إلى النار) [ابراهيم:30] https://ift.tt/2rl6aSd http://twitter.com/development01/status/1039552252686622722
design  web-design  layout  art  webdev  graphic  graphicdesign  graphic-design  web-dev 
10 days ago by dcolanduno
NPD: 90% of U.S.'s 211.2 million gamers play on mobile, 59% are multiplatform - VentureBeat
NPD: 90% of U.S.’s 211.2 million gamers play on mobile, 59% are multiplatform https://ift.tt/2MjuFVa

Out of the 211.2 million gamers in the U.S., 59 percent of them play on more than one platform. This is according to The NPD Group‘s research arm, EEDAR, and its new 2018 Gamer Segmentation Report.

So, who are all these people only playing on one platform? They’re sticking with mobile. The report notes that 90 percent of American gamers play on phones, tablets, or both. Computers are the next most popular at 52 percent. Consoles are in third at 43 percent.

Most people are playing on mobile, but the majority of those gamers are also on other platforms. It also means that the majority of PC and console gamers are also playing on mobile. That’s why it’s smart for publishers and developers to use multiple platforms, and it’s why companies like Nintendo have expanded their efforts to mobile.

“Over the past several years, mobile gamers have been a key segment for the games industry to target with marketing spend because of the sheer size and diversity of the audience, as well as the amount of time invested in gaming on this platform,” said Dr. Heather Nofziger, head of consumer research at EEDAR, in a press release sent to GamesBeat. “While there continues to be opportunity for growth in mobile, the real potential for growth lies with getting the other groups increasingly involved in gaming across platforms that they may not have considered using for gaming in the past.”

The report also notes that gaming takes up about 16 percent of the weekly leisure time for Americans that play games, totaling around 12 hours a week. They spend 18 percent of their leisure time browsing the internet, 15 percent listening to music, and 13 percent on social media.

EEDAR got this data by surveying 5000 active U.S. gamers that are older than 2. The survey took place during June 2018.
Innovation 
10 days ago by SergioWerner
Twitter
When your first boss and wisest editor likes your book! I'm not crying, YOU'RE crying. 😭😭😭💕💕💕
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by fedira
Attica Leprosy Study: Ethical Issues In What Little We Know | Bioethics.net
“An Evaluation of Transfer Factor as Immunotherapy for Patients with Lepromatous Leprosy” was published in The New England Journal of Medicine in 1972. Three physicians with grants from the U.S. Public Health Service and the NIH conducted immunological tests on prisoners with Hansen’s Disease (leprosy). The article has been cited 128 times (according to PubMed), most recently in 2017.
10 days ago by spectrevision
What Professors Can Learn About Teaching From Their Students - The Chronicle of Higher Education
U of California Merced: training students to be observers and evaluators of teaching
SEOT  student_evals 
10 days ago by clhendricksbc
Twitter
this is fucking sadistic, monstrous behavior: SC officials won’t evacuate prison despite mandatory order ahead of h…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by aleksshulman
Twitter
this is fucking sadistic, monstrous behavior: SC officials won’t evacuate prison despite mandatory order ahead of h…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by girma
Twitter
this is fucking sadistic, monstrous behavior: SC officials won’t evacuate prison despite mandatory order ahead of h…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by divigation
Twitter
this is fucking sadistic, monstrous behavior: SC officials won’t evacuate prison despite mandatory order ahead of h…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by kitoconnell
Does the Spate of Architectural Reconstructions in Germany Betray a Right-Wing Agenda? | Frieze
Disputes about city architecture and historical revisionism are raging, but political lines are not always so clear
reconstruction  historicism 
10 days ago by martantt
Twitter
I was living in NYC when 9.11 happened and I understand the need to remember the lives lost, but something about th…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by hecavanagh
Twitter
RT : You can run but it will follow!
An autonomous drone that tracks you, shoots 4k video, and does an amazing job of av…
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by jcoffey42
Twitter
i was going to ask about AG next but ill skip to te fun part.…
from twitter
10 days ago by rcsmedia
Tom Saunders on Twitter
Favorite tweet:

My article this week in Research Fortnight on public engagement in research and innovation policy is in the 'view from the top' section.…
from instapaper
10 days ago by lou31
Twitter
RT : browser and editor right in Emacs / terminal!
Pharo  Smalltalk  from twitter_favs
10 days ago by briantrice
Twitter
This is now a 100% working declarative Gtk app in Rust:
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by bob
Twitter
This is now a 100% working declarative Gtk app in Rust:
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by hoodwink73
Twitter
This is now a 100% working declarative Gtk app in Rust:
from twitter_favs
10 days ago by briantrice
Twitter
RT : Woodward warned on today's Daily that people who speak to him for his books, including "Fear," frequently call him…
from twitter
10 days ago by edelagrave
Twitter
RT : I often gripe about coding verbatims being the worst, but calling people the night of September 11 and sorting out…
from twitter
10 days ago by schraeds
« earlier      later »

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags:



Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: