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Boosters for all is critical, not a luxury, Fauci says as FDA decision nears 2021-11-17T22:24:08
Boosters will help get us to our new normal of endemic COVID-19, Fauci says.
Trump’s website defaced with claim that Trump admin created coronavirus 2020-10-28T17:04:08
Cryptocurrency scam said Trump involved in creating COVID and rigging election.
Is McDonald’s ice cream machine working near you? There’s a bot for that 2020-10-23T16:49:22
Know before you go... drive-through milkshake style.
Hacker says he correctly guessed Trump’s Twitter password—it was “maga2020!” 2020-10-22T17:59:27
Security researcher alerted Trump team to weak password and lack of 2FA.
Menú semanal de El Comidista (28 de septiembre a 4 de octubre) 2020-09-26T06:42:22
Crema de boniato y coco, falso pollo 'jerk', filete con hierbas con salsa de limón y alcaparras, ensalada asiática de col o quesada rápida: nuestro menú semanal es más otoñal que una hoja caduca.
Chiariglione: A crisis, the causes and a solution 2018-01-30T16:48:06
Worth a read: <a href="">this blog posting from Leonardo Chiariglione</a>, the founder and chair of MPEG, on how (in his view) the group is being destroyed by free codecs and patent trolls. "<span>Good stories have an end, so the MPEG business model could not last forever. Over the years proprietary and 'royalty free' products have emerged but have not been able to dent the success of MPEG standards. More importantly IP holders – often companies not interested in exploiting MPEG standards, so called Non Practicing Entities (NPE) – have become more and more aggressive in extracting value from their IP.</span>" (Thanks to Paul Wise). <p>
“Toda la planificación urbana del mundo es para los coches; la gente no importa” 2017-06-30T05:03:15
Hiroshima (1946) 2016-05-22T21:20:31
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15 series de televisión para entender la ciencia 2016-05-22T08:46:59
Así alargó la jirafa su cuello 2016-05-17T15:34:13
Lo que tu móvil desvela de ti 2016-05-16T18:59:37
65% of companies are contributing to open source projects ( 2016-05-10T21:21:27
The Future of Open Source Survey aims to examine trends in open source. It's hosted by Black Duck and North Bridge. <a href="">looks at the results</a>. "<span>The <a href="">2016 Future of Open Source Survey</a> analyzed responses from nearly 3,400 professionals. Developers made their voices heard in the survey this year, comprising roughly 70% of the participants. The group that showed exponential growth were security professionals, whose participation increased by over 450%. Their participation shows the increasing interest in ensuring that the open source community pays attention to security issues in open source software and securing new technologies as they emerge.</span>"
Researchers claim hydrogen energy advance 2014-09-12T16:22:28
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Google Employees Secretly Live on Campus to Avoid Paying Rent 2014-09-09T11:46:18
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Los colegios impartirán clases de Programación 2014-09-03T22:01:33
El Gobierno de Ignacio González crea una asignatura obligatoria para aprender a diseñar páginas web y aplicaciones
USBCondom 2014-08-23T10:25:54
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Sysmon: new Sysinternals utility that monitors and reports key system activity 2014-08-09T08:48:08
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The Most Dangerous Word In Software Development 2014-08-02T21:14:04
<p>“Just put it up on a server somewhere.”</p> <p>“Just add a favorite button to the right side of the item.”</p> <p>“Just add [insert complex option here] to the settings screen.”</p> <p>Usage of the word “just” points to a lot of assumptions being made. A few months ago, <a href="">Brad Frost</a> <a href="">shared some thoughts</a> on how the word applies to knowledge.</p><figure class="quote"> <blockquote>“Just” makes me feel like an idiot. “Just” presumes I come from a specific background, studied certain courses in university, am fluent in certain technologies, and have read all the right books, articles, and resources.</blockquote> </figure> <p>He points out that learning is never as easy as it is made to seem, and he’s right. But there is a direct correlation between the amount of knowledge you’ve acquired and the danger of the word “just.” The more you know, the bigger the problems you solve, and the bigger the assumptions are that are hiding behind the word.</p> <p>Take the comment, “Just put it up on a server somewhere.” How many times have we heard that? But taking a side project running locally and deploying it on real servers requires time, money, and hard work. Some tiny piece of software somewhere will probably be the wrong version, and will need to be addressed. The system built locally probably isn’t built to scale perfectly.</p> <p>“Just” implies that all of the thinking behind a feature or system has been done. Even worse, it implies that all of the decisions that will have to be made in the course of development have already been discovered—and that’s never the case.</p> <p>Things change when something moves from concept to reality. As <a href="">Dave Wiskus</a> said on a <a href="">recent episode of Debug</a>, “everything changes when fingers hit glass.”</p> <p>The favorite button may look fine on the right side, visually, but it might be in a really tough spot to touch. What about when favoriting isn’t the only action to be taken? What happens to the favorite button then?</p> <p>Even once favoriting is built and in testing, it should be put through its paces again. In use, does favoriting provide enough value to warrant is existence? After all, <a href="">“once that feature’s out there, you’re stuck with it.”</a></p> <p>When you hear the word “just” being thrown around, dig deep into that statement and find all of the assumptions made within it. Zoom out and think slow.</p> <p>Your product lives and dies by the decisions discovered between ideation and creation, so don’t just put it up on a server somewhere.</p><img src="" height="1" width="1"/>
Tox: A simple, free and secure skype replacement. Now alpha with A/V and more 2014-08-01T22:49:35
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Domingo Los drones, a la conquista del cielo español 2014-07-19T22:00:00
Alejadas del vestigio militar, las aeronaves no tripuladas ya pueden surcar nuevos horizontes gracias a un reciente decreto
Computer memory that can store about 1TB on device the size of a postage stamp 2014-07-19T21:55:16
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Pistolas humeantes y rebeldes 2014-07-19T10:11:54
Windows 7 support ending in January 2015 2014-07-10T16:24:14
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Europa resolverá en semanas la polémica sobre la primera señal del Big Bang 2014-07-08T17:29:16
On choosing web technologies in 2014, part II 2014-06-30T14:31:33
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NASA melds vacuum tube tech with silicon to fill the terahertz gap 2014-06-24T22:08:21
Transistor built on vacuum tube principles may reach frequencies that silicon cannot.
Fresh evidence suggests particle discovered in 2012 is the Higgs boson 2014-06-24T04:09:24
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Why C++ Sails When the Vasa Sank [pdf] 2014-06-23T21:54:03
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Why C++ is still succesful 2014-06-23T21:03:15
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