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vnStat
vnStat is a console-based network traffic monitor for Linux and BSD that keeps a log of network traffic for the selected interface(s). It uses the network interface statistics provided by the kernel as information source. This means that vnStat won't actually be sniffing any traffic and also ensures light use of system resources.
networking  admin 
yesterday
Ephemeral Undo
Undo on mobile devices has always been problematic. Shake to undo never really worked well, and most mobile apps don’t have a permanent menu bar where they can stick an undo icon.
android  design 
17 days ago
Pulse inserted nodes in the DOM · GitHub
I made a dumb gist that pulses elements that have been added to the DOM. It's kinda funky watching how FB does it
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17 days ago
I/O Port: BCPL pointers were not zero indexed because of compile time issues.
There's a rebutal to the linked article. Have no clue if it's true, but the author sounds bitter XD
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17 days ago
Unix Toolbox
This document is a collection of Unix/Linux/BSD commands and tasks which are useful for IT work or for advanced users. This is a practical guide with concise explanations, however the reader is supposed to know what s/he is doing.
admin  unix 
18 days ago
Postmortem for July 27 outage of the Manta service - Blog - Joyent
RT : If you run Postgres this postmortem from Joyent should interest you.
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23 days ago
xkcd: Screws
Stumbled upon this bit of goodness again:
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24 days ago
QQ - Quantity Queries Builder
"A tool to help build Quantity Queries for your projects"
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24 days ago
Subtractable values are torsors
But there are also things that can be subtracted, but not added. The simplest example is dates. You can subtract two dates to get the time interval between them, but you cannot add two dates. It doesn’t make sense to ask what today plus tomorrow is. You could try to add the numeric values corresponding to the dates and convert the answer back to a date, but the result would depend on whether you count from the start of the Common Era, the Unix epoch, or something else.

While adding two dates is not possible, it is possible to add a time interval to a date («five days from today»). This suggests that we should not confound dates and time intervals — they are different types of values.
haskell  math 
28 days ago
How A Simple Apple Feature Called Switch Control Is Changing Lives - BuzzFeed News
RT : How A Simple Apple Feature Called Switch Control Is Changing Lives - BuzzFeed News
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29 days ago
Victor Hunt Designart Dealer
So beautiful:
A digital clock that uses uses analog clocks to display the time.
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4 weeks ago
Untitled (http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~graves/handwriting.cgi)
Whoa, awesome, real computer generated handwriting (also neural-network based, like Deep Dream) via
fun  from twitter_favs
5 weeks ago
Will ZFS and non-ECC RAM kill your data?
Just as a reminder, ZFS w/o ECC memory is NOT worse than non-ZFS w/o ECC memory.
unix  admin  from twitter_favs
5 weeks ago
SVG FILTERS + DRAG AND DROP
RT : Interactive Filters demo by :: 💙
—use ur own image & try the filters on it w/ viewable code snippets.
svg  tools  from twitter_favs
5 weeks ago
Gradients — Curated gradients for designers and developers
The icon looks way better with the gradient background than it does now

Also, gradients. (via )
design  tools  from twitter_favs
5 weeks ago
US Dept. of Necromancy, Mutilation, & Bone Rituals
i'm sure it's not done yet, but

behold

the official website of the DNMB
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5 weeks ago
Thoughts on Conduits
I'm growing increasingly fond of the Conduit library. Here I give my intuitions and some hints I'd have found useful.
haskell 
5 weeks ago
The Linker: Brave New Hello World | element14
Freescale Freedom KL05Z with a sensor toolbox shield (FRDM-STBC-AGM01). I wrote a bit about the project:
hardware  from twitter_favs
5 weeks ago
durat.io
Duratio is a calculator for time expressions. Intended use cases are:

Finding out current times in other places
Correlating times in different zones with each other
Calculating time spans and durations for scheduling, time-sheets and similar

The output is usually in ISO 8601 format. The parsing tries to be slightly cleverer, but basically sticks to ISO 8601 text formats. No major effort has been put into trying to understand all variants of date formats, but major pain points have hopefully been addressed (such as accepting AM/PM time designations).
tools 
5 weeks ago
Police truncheon texts the officer's mother when it is used
RT : Russian artist designs a police truncheon that texts the officer's mother when it is used:
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5 weeks ago
Stereotyped to Death | Motherboard
RT : Healthcare systems are stereotyping people to death:
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6 weeks ago
Styling SVG <use> Content with CSS | Codrops
Styling SVG <use> Content with CSS ...a fantastic article by <3
svg  webdev  from twitter_favs
6 weeks ago
Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
RT : interesting, phrases like "it is what it is" are known as "thought terminating clichés"
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6 weeks ago
Paths
This editor is a perfect playground for understanding path commands:
svg  design  from twitter_favs
6 weeks ago
Untitled (http://www.alternet.org/sex-amp-relationships/long-fascinating-story-dildo)
The history of the modern dildo and its part in second-wave feminism's Sex Wars
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6 weeks ago
10 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Being Non-Binary
True for genderqueers as well | 10 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Being Non-Binary
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7 weeks ago
Folderizing Office 2016 | The Robservatory
I folderized Office 2016, in a way that should work even when Microsoft updates Office (we'll see!). Here's how…
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7 weeks ago
HTTP/2 is here, let's optimize! - Velocity SC 2015 - Google Slides
“HTTP/2 is here, let’s optimize!” — why some of our current optimization best practices are becoming anti-patterns.
webdev  from twitter_favs
7 weeks ago
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