- Wat - a humorous take on programming. Short and funny talk.
- Ant species cultivates coffee for accommodation - Scientists on the
island of Fiji have discovered a type of ant that plants, fertilizes and
guards its own coffee crops. More on that discovery is shown on the
- You’re an Adult. Your Brain, Not So Much. - The human brain reaches its
adult volume by age 10, but is it really finished? This article
talks about this.
- Do Not Eat, Touch, Or Even Inhale the Air Around the Manchineel Tree -
Meet America’s deadliest tree on this article.
- Five Things You Notice When You Quit the News - Interesting
article pointing out that following the news doesn’t
necessarily makes you a better citizen and could be taking some precious time
- Which Language Uses the Most Sounds? Click 5 Times for the Answer - The
New York Times’ article talking about the
peculiarities of the Taa language.
- 7 Rules for Creating Gorgeous UI (Updated for 2019) - Part 1 - A
guide to visual aesthetics,
written by a nerd (Erik D. Kennedy).
- 7 Rules for Creating Gorgeous UI (Updated for 2019) - Part 2 - The second part
of Erik D. Kennedy’s guide.
- Creating distraction-free reading experiences -
Adrian Zumbrunnen’s reflections
on how to create pages on which the content is the main attraction and is
treated with due respect.
- Evidence that birds sleep in mid-flight - Many birds fly non-stop for days
or longer, but do they sleep in flight and if so, how?
This Nature’s scientific article discuss about
- Could an astronaut’s corpse bring new life to another world? -
This article from Astronomy
talks about the possibility of a corpse of a dead astronaut to bring life to
a new world.
- Google teaches “AIs” to invent their own crypto and avoid eavesdropping -
Ars Technica’s 2016 article
talking about Google Brain’s creation of two AIs that managed to create a
cryptographic algorithm good enough to protect their exchange of messages from
a third AI.
- CSS Reference.io - Learn by example - It’s a
free visual guide to CSS. It features the most
popular properties, and explains them with illustrated and animated examples.
- Ten CSS One-Liners to Replace Native Apps - Proving the functionality of
CSS Multi-column Layout and CSS Figures, Håkon Wium Lie, the CSS proposer back
in 1994, shows 10 CSS one-liners that try to replicate
some of the common designs that are seen on native apps.