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Image Dithering: Eleven Algorithms and Source Code
Dithering: An Overview Today’s graphics programming topic – dithering – is one I receive a lot of emails about, which some may find surprising. You might think…
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3 days ago
The Untold Story of Magic Leap, the World’s Most Secretive Startup
WIRED Logo SCROLL DOWN Hyper Vision The world’s hottest startup isn’t located in Silicon Valley—it’s in suburban Florida. KEVIN KELLY explores what Magic Leap’s…
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12 days ago
The Minecraft Generation
J ordan wanted to build an unpredictable trap. An 11-year-old in dark horn-­rimmed glasses, Jordan is a devotee of Minecraft, the computer game in which you…
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18 days ago
Forget mindfulness, stop trying to find yourself and start faking it
Buddha, Confucius and Laozi.Photograph: Alamy P eople are often surprised to learn that Confucius , Mencius, Laozi and other classical Chinese philosophers…
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23 days ago
Twitter
RT : Does your code depend on fewer than 72 NPM packages? Your code is lonely and you need to read this book.
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26 days ago
spacebeast : Blue Origin’s “New Shepard” suborbital launch and...
📷 Blue Origin’s “New Shepard” suborbital launch and booster recovery - again! Three times with the same...
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4 weeks ago
JavaScript vs Python: Which programming language is the most complex? | ITProPortal.com
RT : Which programming language most complex? Javascript. Least? (though I admit, this is flawed...)
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4 weeks ago
My Year in Startup Hell
Illustration by Jan Feindt Hear the one about the unemployed middle-aged guy who tripped and fell into the new economy? An exclusive sneak peek at the book…
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4 weeks ago
WildFly Swarm
Swarm offers an innovative approach to packaging and running JavaEE applications by packaging them with just enough of the platform to "java -jar" your application.
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5 weeks ago
Lacero
Lacero Back to Writings Page Lacero Author’s note: This is a fanfic that takes place in the “Ready Player One” universe. If you haven’t read “Ready Player One”…
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6 weeks ago
The Secrets of the Wave Pilots
A t 0400, three miles above the Pacific seafloor, the searchlight of a power boat swept through a warm June night last year, looking for a second boat, a…
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6 weeks ago
CONTRARY BRIN: A free Brin story for you: "Reality Check"!
Today - a little gift for you. A story (the shortest) in my new collection Insistence of Vision , that will have its official pub date on Tuesday. (With steep…
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6 weeks ago
Box of a Trillion Souls - Stephen Wolfram thinks we’ll end up in the Matrix
Blog Events Media About Programs Publications Staff Contact Donate Login Register The IEET is a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax-exempt organization registered in the…
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6 weeks ago
Deep or Shallow, NLP is Breaking Out
By Gregory Goth Communications of the ACM, Vol. 59 No. 3, Pages 13-16 10.1145/2874915 One of the featured speakers at the inaugural Text By The Bay conference,…
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6 weeks ago
Please. Don't Patch Like An Idiot. · William Durand
Using the PATCH method and RFC6901 JSON pointers in a REST API to update parts of representations
api  development  http  rest 
7 weeks ago
Statistics for Engineers - ACM Queue
The Jan/Feb issue of acmqueue is out! acmqueue is free for ACM professional members Download the app from iTunes or Google Play,or view within your browser.…
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7 weeks ago
star wars ring theory | Mike Klimo
How George Lucas used an ancient technique called “ring composition” to reach a level of storytelling sophistication in his six-part saga that is unprecedented…
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7 weeks ago
The NSA Hacked Into the U.S. Military by Digging Through Its Trash
During its most sensitive drills, the Red Team worked out of a chamber called the Pit, which was so secret that few people at NSA knew it ex­isted. Saul…
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7 weeks ago
Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution Overview - Polygon
Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution Overview Forum News Share Report an error Platform iOS, DS, 360, PS3 Publisher 2K Games Developer Firaxis Games Release Date…
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8 weeks ago
You’re probably using the wrong dictionary « the jsomers.net blog
The way I thought you used a dictionary was that you looked up words you’ve never heard of, or whose sense you’re unsure of. You would never look up an ordinary…
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8 weeks ago
A Complete History of the Millennium Falcon
“She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid. I've made a lot of special modifications myself.”— Han Solo The Millennium Falcon underwent…
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8 weeks ago
A Science Critique of Aurora by Kim Stanley Robinson
I haven’t yet read Kim Stanley Robinson’s new novel Aurora (Orbit, 2015), though it’s waiting on my Kindle. And a good thing, too, for this tale of a human…
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9 weeks ago
David Brin: The Tumbledowns of Cleopatra Abyss
The Tumbledowns of Cleopatra Abyss Today's thump was overdue. Jonah wondered if it might not come at all. Just like last Thorday when — at the Old Clock's…
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9 weeks ago
A Field Guide to the North American Utility Pole
We live under the umbrella of an intricate and fascinating web of infrastructure that enables every aspect of modern technology. But how often do we really look…
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9 weeks ago
How America Made Donald Trump Unstoppable
The first thing you notice at Donald Trump's rallies is the confidence. Amateur psychologists have wishfully diagnosed him from afar as insecure, but in person…
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9 weeks ago
spacebeast : Trek at 50: The quest for a unifying theory of...
Trek at 50: The quest for a unifying theory of time travel in Star Trek | Ars Technica
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11 weeks ago
Gravitational Waves Exist: Here’s How Scientists Finally Found Them - The New Yorker
A hundred years ago, Albert Einstein predicted the existence of moving ripples in space and time. Credit Illustration by Aleks Sennwald Just over a billion…
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11 weeks ago
How People Learn to Become Resilient
Perception is key to resilience: Do you conceptualize an event as traumatic, or as a chance to learn and grow? Credit Illustration by Gizem Vural Norman…
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11 weeks ago
Andy Rubin Unleashed Android on the World. Now Watch Him Do the Same With AI
A couple of years ago, Andy Rubin—the celebrated creator of Android and until recently the head of Google’s mobile Internet efforts—helped his wife, Rie, build…
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11 weeks ago
Snowden’s Chronicler Reveals Her Own Life Under Surveillance
Laura Poitras has a talent for disappearing. In her early documentaries like My Country, My Country and The Oath, her camera seems to float invisibly in rooms…
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12 weeks ago
Printing - Daisy Ridley - Interview Magazine
Daisy Ridley I don't know if I can prepare for what's to come because I don't know what will. —Daisy Ridley Making it and breaking it in Hollywood sometimes…
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february 2016
The End of Big Data
Personal data is anything but personal. Our phones and televisions listen in on us; the most powerful corporations in the world trade in consumer tics, browsing…
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january 2016
spacebeast : The Chang'e 3 lunar lander sitting lonely on the...
📷 The Chang'e 3 lunar lander sitting lonely on the regolith from the Planetary Society
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january 2016
Apollo 1, Challenger, and Columbia: Remembering NASA’s lost astronauts | Ars Technica
RT : Remembering the crews today that we've lost, especially my best friend Ed White who perished in the Apollo 1 fire.
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january 2016
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