- Fun read about coding, testing, mentors, and falsehoods programmers believe: http://t.co/Iky7531Xti
- Exhaustive review of #ES6 regular expressions: http://t.co/NwSyRkxGUJ All I can think of: the old joke "now you have 2 problems".
- As a musician (too), really excited to see this: http://t.co/esUL58u9YW W3C forming a Music Notation Community Group.
- Interesting view on Trello's standards and practices for building their #CSS. https://t.co/3WKAI9zy8x
- Atwood says we're supposed to be smarter than the lobsters, but she writes speculative fiction. :) My money is on the lobsters.
- Fascinating read from Margaret Atwood: https://t.co/x05CAxiF3b How different energy capture systems transform societies.
- Hamburger icons jump the shark: http://t.co/aMVYiAY13Z #MightAsWellGoBig
- Fun read on supercars: "light starts to bend and the front of the car tears a hole in the fabric of spacetime." http://t.co/zCEneafmbS
- Interesting comparison of online security practices between experts and non-experts: https://t.co/18fQyhqV93 Stay patched!
Help Us Look for Aliens!
Whether you believe in Benevolent Overlords or BEMs, it behooves us to find the aliens before they find us. You know they’re out there, and it would be a lot less disruptive to find their radio signals than it would be to welcome them in person. The SETI project has been searching for years, using hundreds of thousands of computers to process data from Arecibo using the BOINC distributed computing screensaver.
If you have some spare cycles, join my team: AstroScum — Team 747680. Our combined score is pretty good for only 3 people, but it’s tough to compete against those with access to server farms. Join my team and share the credit when we discover the first verifiable alien signals!