7 Terrifying Creatures You’ll Never See Coming

25 03 2009

There are some just outright evil creatures out there. But at least the vast majority have the common decency to be upfront about the fact they can do us serious harm–claws, big teeth, bright colors. But not these guys. These assholes can ruin your day, and you’ll never see them coming.

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10 Rare HTML Tags You Really Should Know

25 03 2009

Web developers these days are often expected to know and work in multiple languages. As a result, it’s tricky to learn everything a language has to offer and easy to find yourself not utilizing the full potential of some more specialized but very useful tags.

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Amazing Places Everyone Should Visit

24 03 2009

23 places you need to see before death- upload your own suggestions.

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Insanely Huge Helicopters (w/PICS)

22 03 2009

Airplanes you can understand: they’re basically just big birds, with recognizable wings, tail and body. But helicopters… are somewhat strange beasts

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What we call ‘reality’ is just a state of mind

22 03 2009

A lifetime studying quantum mechanics has convinced theoretical physicist Bernard d’Espagnat that the world we perceive is merely a shadow of the ultimate reality

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Goodbye Google

22 03 2009

“Without a person at (or near) the helm who thoroughly understands the principles and elements of Design, a company eventually runs out of reasons for design decisions.”

Finally we get the lowdown on why design at Google has failed so miserably over the years.

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70 New, Useful AJAX And JavaScript Techniques

9 03 2009

In this article, we present 70 new and useful JavaScript and AJAX techniques, all of which are of the highest quality and are more or less easy to configure. You will also find some very useful but better known techniques to use on almost any project you work on.

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Venice From Above [Pics]

8 03 2009

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I’m sorry but Dreamweaver is dying

8 03 2009

The real problem for Dreamweaver and for its users is that the nature of the web is changing dramatically. Dynamically-generated web applications, from Amazon right down to the humble blog, all offer much more – in-built commenting, voting, RSS feeds, etc – than the best sites built on static HTML can ever hope to provide.

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Fan created NIN double audio release hits torrents

3 03 2009

After two rounds of intense torrent testing, art work updating, a skipped dinner replaced by ice water, and a trip in to work at 3am to take advantage of the fast internet, it comes with great excitement (and even more relief) to present to you the audio release of Another Version of the Truth. Enjoy!

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Linux tips every geek should know

2 03 2009

What separates average Linux users from the super-geeks? Simple: years spent learning the kinds of hacks, tricks, tips and techniques that turn long jobs into a moment’s work. If you want to get up to speed without having to put in all that leg-work, we’ve rounded up over 50 easy-to-learn Linux tips to help you work smarter!

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Struggling States Look to Unorthodox Taxes – NYT

2 03 2009

In his 11 years in the Washington Legislature, Representative Mark Miloscia says he has supported all manner of methods to fill the state’s coffers, including increasing fees on property owners to help the homeless and taxes on alcohol and cigarettes, most of which, he said, passed “without a peep.”

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