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School of Data: Learn. -
School of Data: Learn.
Explore a new topic, take quizzes and learn about the possibilities data wrangling skills can bring…
This is learning through exploration. You’ll learn the data tricks you really need while getting hands-on and tackling real problems.
National Day of Civic Hacking, June 1-2 | Knight Digital Media Center -
The National Day of Civic Hacking, June 1-2, aims to bring together citizens, software developers, entrepreneurs, and community leaders in local events held around the country.
elnino blog: Moving the Web forward beyond Firefox -
Last week (10th of May 2013) me and Brian King visited StartUP Novo mesto to talk about WebFWD and Firefox OS.
StartUP Novo mesto is a new incubator/co-working space in Novo mesto. The mission was to show the visitors that Mozilla is different in a lot of ways. WebFWD is one of the programs…
Edit: various people pointed out that this trick is non-standard and not guaranteed to work across browsers, for instance, Firefox. So take this only as an interesting hack .. don’t use it in production
In a quest to have “reusable” knockout.js components, I asked on the mailing list if anyone…
Is Civic Hacking Good for Cities?
Bots vs Browsers - Public Bots and User Agents Database and Commentary
Typotheque: OpenType features in web browsers — Tests by Gustavo Ferreira
I really liked the new homepage of Cowerwall. And I wanted to make something funny on it.
So I’ve develop a small konami code easter egg to use on the new homepage of Cowerwall.
Just drag it to your bookmark bar and click when you visit coder wall:
UPDATE: Now, Coderwall has a konami code bundled, so to activate this hack you should perform konamicode + Enter (:
Some of the best advice you’ll ever receive, in a handwritten illustrated essay.
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Paths through Washington, DC by Eric Fischer on Flickr.