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Automate the Boring Stuff with Python | Practical Programming for Total Beginners
Dan Nguyen: Love the title and topic of this book "Automate the Boring Stuff with Python"...it's the real goal of programming http://t.co/2SnJhV0ZAO
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3 days ago
After the launch of its long-awaited web redesign, The Wall Street Journal hopes to spur innovation
Edward Roussel said it wouldn’t be an exaggeration to call this past year “the busiest 12-month period in The Wall Street Journal’s history” as the Journal has…
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3 days ago
First web scraper
A step-by-step guide to writing a web scraper with Python.
The course assumes the reader has little experience with Python and the command line, covering a…
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4 days ago
Six months of front-page aggregation for the Times | Capital New York
The Times, in tracking "Watching," has found that links to external stories actually perform better than links to Times stories. Readers have also been found to…
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4 days ago
Getting Started | React
The easiest way to start hacking on React is using the following JSFiddle Hello World examples:
Download the starter kit to get started.
In the root directory…
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6 days ago
A JavaScript library for building user interfaces | React
Just the UI Lots of people use React as the V in MVC. Since React makes no assumptions about the rest of your technology stack, it’s easy to try it out on a…
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6 days ago
100B messages and 500M users say push still works — for messages that matter
Apparently, people care about stuff that matters. To them, at least.
In the largest study of push notifications ever, Urban Airship says that average opt-in…
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8 days ago
Flatsheet
Nick Diakopoulos: From spreadsheet to API: http://t.co/hbV1yDxraJ
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9 days ago
John Gall (author) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Gall (born 1925) is an American author and retired pediatrician.[1] Gall is known for his 1975 book General systemantics : an essay on how systems work,…
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9 days ago
Jurgen Klopp alerts Arsenal by telling Borussia Dortmund he wants to quit
Jurgen Klopp to quit Borussia Dortmund - as it happened - Telegraph
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9 days ago
The Data Behind the Average Article Lifespan
Mark Glaser: The data behind the average article lifespan (via @Parsely) http://t.co/3H0POhdUJx #MustReads
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10 days ago
Announcing the first Tech Meetup at the White House - The Meetup Blog
Fiona Spruill: This is big. There is going to be a Tech Meetup at the White House on Friday. http://t.co/TrPD6DpVfh #WHMeetup
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10 days ago
Tragic Design - Tell me when to go (Traffic Signal UX)
When we talk about tragic design, it’s often not caused by evil intent or gross negligence but by well meaning designers or businesses. This to me is even…
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10 days ago
10 surprising and awesome Airbnb accommodations in Maine
There are lots of great places to relax and spend the night in Maine, and you’ll find some rather unique spots on Airbnb. Here are just 10 accommodation…
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11 days ago
Report: Smartphones Reach Nearly 77 Percent Penetration In US
On Friday comScore released its latest US smartphone market-share data (February 2015). It asserts that 76.6 percent of the US mobile subscriber population now…
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12 days ago
What the critics wrote about the Beatles in 1964
Today, the Beatles hold an exalted place in the history of rock 'n' roll. But 50 years ago, when they first crossed the Atlantic to perform in the United…
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13 days ago
Getting the list of people who RT'd a particular Twitter account (using Twitter4J)
I’m looking for feedback (both general Java, and Twitter specific) on how I’m getting the Twitter handles of everyone who retweeted me over the last 200 Tweets.…
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14 days ago
Thinking Like An App Designer - Smashing Magazine
There’s more to designing mobile apps than meets the eye. The task requires a deep knowledge of devices, and it often means changing the way we think — even if…
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14 days ago
The Link, The Stream, And In-Between: Building A News App Experience
A question we’re thinking a lot about as we prepare to launch the BuzzFeed News app: How much should we present natively in the app, and how much should we link…
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15 days ago
Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron on journalism’s transition from print to digital
Martin Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post, delivered the 2015 Hays Press-Enterprise lecture at the University of California, Riverside Tuesday…
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15 days ago
Updating trends on mobile | Twitter Blogs
Trends are a great way to find out what people are talking about on Twitter at a given moment and at a single glance. Starting today, we’re making some updates…
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16 days ago
What the New York Times CIO is doing to make the newspaper a mobile-first company | The Enterprisers Project
Sponsored By In the early days of the web, almost all brick-and-mortar companies woefully under-invested in digital technology and product development. These…
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16 days ago
Micropayments for news articles are a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad idea
One of the ideas tossed around a terrified and desperate newsroom is charging readers per article, similar to micropayments found in free iOS or Android apps.…
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17 days ago
Amazon S3 Tools: Simple S3cmd How-To
AWS S3 Command Line Clients for Windows, Linux, Mac. Backup to S3, upload, retrieve, query data on Amazon S3.
The following example demonstrates just the the…
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17 days ago
The Ultimate Amazon Product
When a new startup promises to change some part of the economy, it usually gets the benefit of the doubt. It’s small! It shares your frustration with, say,…
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19 days ago
Adding virtual memory to AWS EC2 micro instances (and use a 32-bit os)
Some of you have probably experienced that an Amazon Web Services EC2 micro instance might be too small with it’s 613MB of memory. If you deploy medium or large…
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19 days ago
Google’s Richard Gingras on the future of news
Kevin Sablan: Journalism's business model isn't broken, says Google News head @richardgingras. It's the products and cost structure http://t.co/xTu8c9aPEW
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20 days ago
http://arxiv.org/pdf/1503.07921.pdf
Nick Diakopoulos: How does the sentiment in a news headline relate to its shareability? http://t.co/9tqmBNC4Jz
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20 days ago
Disney's $1 Billion Bet on a Magical Wristband | WIRED
Caption TK Matt Stroshane/Disney
The Magicband wields access to the park, replacing virtually every transaction you’d make inside. Bob Croslin
Caption TK Matt…
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21 days ago
Mobile Ad Spend to Top $100 Billion Worldwide in 2016, 51% of Digital Market - eMarketer
Mobile Media Memo: Wow. Global mobile ads to account for more than 50% of all digital ad spend NEXT YEAR - http://t.co/ERYsz7QZNF http://t.co/WE71LQBIdQ
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22 days ago
Raw thoughts on Amazon Dash
19:06, Wednesday 1 Apr., 2015 Link
Amazon Dash… yup, makes sense. Give away light-weight Internet of Things gadgets to encourage purchase of fast-moving…
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22 days ago
How The Screenshort Could Save Us From Horrible Headlines
Rachel Nixon: Great insights from @cwarzel on what's wrong with internet headlines - and how excerpted text can help http://t.co/5sEBOmJu3b #journalism
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22 days ago
Rapid prototyping Google Glass - Tom Chi
Rapid prototyping is a method used to accelerate the innovation process. At TEDYouth 2012, Tom Chi explains how this method was used to create one of Google’s…
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23 days ago
The Economist’s Tom Standage on digital strategy and the limits of a model based on advertising
LONDON — The past few months have been full of change at The Economist. In January, Zanny Minton Beddoes was appointed the magazine’s new editor after her…
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23 days ago
New York Times to launch 'one-sentence stories' for Apple Watch
New York Times to launch ‘one-sentence stories’ for Apple Watch | Media news New York Times to launch ‘one-sentence stories’ for Apple Watch The outlet’s…
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24 days ago
The Times Rolls Out One-Sentence Stories on Apple Watch | The New York Times Company
The New York Times has developed a new form of storytelling to help readers catch up in seconds on Apple Watch. One-sentence stories, crafted specially for…
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24 days ago
Some impressions on Internet advertiser security - The Citizen Lab
Parker Higgins: Across the top 100 news sites, there's an average of 47 hostnames collecting data about users on each page https://t.co/eA4ZMTlPNg
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25 days ago
The Mobile Creativity Conundrum: 5 Lessons Learned. — Design Insights from Bridge — Medium
An inside look at Adobe’s reboot of mobile creation, and what we learned about crafting mobile products and strategy.
Sure, we take pictures and use apps like…
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25 days ago
Is 'Design Thinking' the New Liberal Arts?
March 26, 2015
By Peter N. Miller
The “d.school,” or Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University, to use the formal name that no one at Stanford…
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25 days ago
What We Know About Tablets
Yesterday I had a chance to talk with a bunch of other web data-analysts about how we think about web traffic (thanks for hosting us, Google!). We talked about…
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25 days ago
Meerkat is dying - and it's taking U.S. tech journalism with it
About three days after it received a lavish new funding round, Meerkat died an ugly and embarrassing death. It is hard to decide whether the Great Meerkat…
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25 days ago
Facebook hosting doesn't change things, the world already changed
Raju Narisetti: Some truths: @Flipboard head of product @eugenewei on what will continue to haunt/ hamper mainstream media http://t.co/rA5TXBJkag #longreads
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26 days ago
Design and Redesign
Heather Bryant: “Design and Redesign” by @hint_fm https://t.co/a2MdEJpCQv
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27 days ago
News Corp gives away free tablets to grow digital numbers claiming strategy is 'profitable'
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Australia’s largest newspaper publisher has launched a major marketing push across its tabloid newspapers giving away a Samsung tablet, in an effort to…
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28 days ago
Hope for the Unhappily Disrupted — Medium
But where there is danger,salvation too is on the increase.— Friedrich Holderin, “Patmos”
Much attention online is being paid to the plight of newspapering.…
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29 days ago
Google+ Hangouts
0ChatDamonScreenshareShowcaseQ&A0CaptureCameramanHangout ToolboxGoogle EffectsView more appsStopPresent to everyoneLIVEOFF AIRuxtestSearching for a…
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4 weeks ago
Lessons in creativity for the newsroom from Stanford University
Alberto Cairo: How to enable innovation, by @Jferrell03. Create multidisciplinary teams. Prototype. Test https://t.co/vdv3zSzz0m http://t.co/qt9j951kOW
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4 weeks ago
I’ve changed my mind about responsive design
Christian Hendricks: OPINION: I’ve changed my mind about responsive design — Medium-So should publishers stop developing native apps? http://t.co/LmovF6T6Rq
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4 weeks ago
CA Study Shows Load Times, Functionality and Security Most Important to App Users
Christian Hendricks: NO SURPRISE: Study Shows Load Times and Functionality Most Important to App Users-More than 70 percent of consumers r…
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4 weeks ago
The Terms of Engagement
Jay Rosen: Whereof one does not know what the hell is going on... one should remain silent. http://t.co/o1tXsDaX4M And link! http://t.co/7U2YJQiKp5
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4 weeks ago
The New York Times can't abandon print--yet
Everyone in the news business feels a sense of urgency these days, as well they should.
But there’s urgency, and then there’s panic. The Times’ innovation…
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4 weeks ago
David Kelley
CEO, Ideo David Kelley is Founder and CEO of Palo Alto-based IDEO Product Development. He is also a tenured professor at Stanford University's Product Design…
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4 weeks ago
The Battle Is For The Customer Interface
Tom Goodwin: My quote has gone viral but is being stolen by others. Read the original piece here http://t.co/7jrNn8XHcN http://t.co/aO2dO25T55
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4 weeks ago
The Curious (and Vital) Power of Print - NYTimes.com
Wolfgang Blau: Median age of NYT Digital subscribers: 54 years. Median age of NYT Print subscribers: 60 years. http://t.co/DcHlxwm9rD
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4 weeks ago
Navigating the Mobile Hamburger Menu: Age Matters - Catalyst Group
John Maeda: Research by Lauren Foust + Jen Zhao on legibility of the hamburger menu: http://t.co/23IhnnPtKo via @JamieSkella http://t.co/Uqt0Sl3zyx
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4 weeks ago
18 Best User Experience (UX) and Wireframing Tools
A wireframe tool is programming that individuals can use to draft the interfaces of sites, programming and mobile applications. Wireframing tools are utilized…
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4 weeks ago
How to Build a Great First-Time User Experience by Learning From Buffer
It seems like the Buffer team had this sentence hanging on a wall somewhere in the office when they were building their user interfaces.
It also neatly…
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5 weeks ago
Multivariate testing: Learning what works from your users at scale | NPR Visuals
Dan Nguyen: Another great writeup from @nprviz: how to incorporate multivariate testing in news production
http://t.co/44MPdGEXsT
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5 weeks ago
Naming this blog “ready-to-hand”: Heidegger, Husserl, folk psychology, and HCI | Ready-to-hand
23 Jul 2008
Posted by Dean Eckles in academia, design, embodied interaction, HCI, intentionality, phenomenology, philosophy, psychology, situated action, social…
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5 weeks ago
Ready-at-hand and Present-at-hand – Blog – BERG
I find that, picking up one of the rubber phone props, the texture arrests me somewhat and I’m suddenly conscious of the physical object in my hand. Instead of…
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5 weeks ago
Google Fiber May Have Created a Game-Changer: Real Measurement of TV Ad Views
Google is testing the ability to measure how many TVs actually showed an ad. Photo: Google Fiber
Want to know exactly how many people saw your ad on TV? Want…
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5 weeks ago
New York Times Shifting Resources from 'Every Division' to Mobile
NYT Now is The New York Times’ lower-priced subscription app. For $7.99 every four weeks, users are given access to certain Times articles that NYT Now editors…
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5 weeks ago
Create gorgeous images for your App Store page in minutes.
Smashing Magazine: A little App Store screenshot builder to create images for App Store pages quickly. https://t.co/9lymQ42Vlz
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5 weeks ago
The Problem with Journalism and the Internet, in One Quote
Jonah Peretti: I think there’s an interesting tension between what’s good for the user and what’s good for the industry. That was really created by Google. Say…
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5 weeks ago
Video Feature: Design Gains Importance as Devices Get More Personal - NYTimes.com
John Maeda: "The world of tech products gets more complicated all the time." —@blumenfeld http://t.co/qlWRz1iCeI #DesignInTech http://t.co/FPfjq5nJfO
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5 weeks ago
The Cost of Paying Attention
A FEW years ago, in a supermarket, I swiped my bank card to pay for groceries. I watched the little screen, waiting for its prompts. During the intervals…
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5 weeks ago
Ubiquitous Computing
Ubiquitous computing names the third wave in computing, just now beginning. First were mainframes, each shared by lots of people. Now we are in the personal…
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5 weeks ago
Watchup app woos millennials with custom-curated news streaming
TV news has a problem with younger viewers: It doesn’t have enough of them.
It’s why some outlets have signed on with tech entrepreneur Adriano Farano, who is…
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5 weeks ago
The Future Of Mobile May Not Look Like Apps
The Web as we know it is about to fundamentally change, according to one its luminaries.
WordPress may power nearly a quarter of all websites, but Drupal is no…
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5 weeks ago
What UX Can Learn from Print
During the 2014 World Cup, the UK-based Club Penguin magazine released a themed issue featuring codes for unlockable in-game soccer gear, sports-related…
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6 weeks ago
Fear of failure and lack of speed in a large corporation
I just spent a day working with Bob, the Chief Innovation Officer of a very smart large company I’ll call Acme Widgets.
Bob summarized Acme’s impediments to…
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6 weeks ago
When news meets technology: algorithms or human editors?
When news meets tech: algorithms or human editors? | Media news When news meets tech: algorithms or human editors? Circa, Blendle and News360 all strike a…
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6 weeks ago
Nielsen Study Shows What's On Mobile Users' Minds
Native ads on mobile sites receive twice as much “visual focus” from consumers compared to banners on mobile devices, according to a new…
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6 weeks ago
After the archive came down: The New Yorker’s revamped paywall is driving new readers and subscribers
The trick to turning readers into a group of frothing hoarders: Tell them they can dive into The New Yorker’s archive and leave with as many stories as their…
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6 weeks ago
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