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I DID NOT KNOW SIRI COULD DO THIS REBLOG TO SAVE SOMEONES LIFE

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I DID NOT KNOW SIRI COULD DO THIS REBLOG TO SAVE SOMEONES LIFE

His concept for Palantir was to use the fraud-recognition software designed for PayPal to stop terrorist attacks.
All The Rich Kids Are Into COBOL—But Why?
Matt Asay, readwrite.com
All the cool kids write Node.js. But the rich kids? They’re into COBOL.According to an ITWorld report, college students that take COBOL classes earn as much as $10,000 more in their first jobs than their Go-slumming hipster friends. Even though…

All The Rich Kids Are Into COBOL—But Why?
Matt Asay, readwrite.com

All the cool kids write Node.js. But the rich kids? They’re into COBOL.

According to an ITWorld report, college students that take COBOL classes earn as much as $10,000 more in their first jobs than their Go-slumming hipster friends. Even though…

un-gif-dans-ta-gueule:

Let’s try something different

un-gif-dans-ta-gueule:

Let’s try something different

decodering:

Foundation for Apps: Motion UI is the New Flat

Motion tells stories. Not Pixar-style, long and complicated, stories. More simple stories, like “hey, this content is different” or “yo, this item needs to be addressed” or “dude, that input was required.” These stories are simple, adding excitement and context to the person using the app.

[…] the flattening of the web has had its drawbacks. Minimizing most gradients, shadows and skeuomorphic elements has left a void in the design world for content differentiation. Motion helps us bring that back.
The loss of heavy gradients have removed some of the hierarchy of a page. Motion draws the user’s eye to help correct the lack of hierarchy. 
The lack of skeuomorphic elements can remove context for the user. Motion can help show the user where they are and how to get back. 
The removal of most shadows has taken away the context of 3-D space. The movement of one item on top of another item allows us to retain some of that context.

decodering:

Foundation for Apps: Motion UI is the New Flat

Motion tells stories. Not Pixar-style, long and complicated, stories. More simple stories, like “hey, this content is different” or “yo, this item needs to be addressed” or “dude, that input was required.” These stories are simple, adding excitement and context to the person using the app.

[…] the flattening of the web has had its drawbacks. Minimizing most gradients, shadows and skeuomorphic elements has left a void in the design world for content differentiation. Motion helps us bring that back.

  • The loss of heavy gradients have removed some of the hierarchy of a page. Motion draws the user’s eye to help correct the lack of hierarchy.

  • The lack of skeuomorphic elements can remove context for the user. Motion can help show the user where they are and how to get back.

  • The removal of most shadows has taken away the context of 3-D space. The movement of one item on top of another item allows us to retain some of that context.

IBM wants to kill the hard drive it invented
Joseph Volpe, engadget.com
Saving files to memory is something that’s supposed to be mostly invisible for the end user. We don’t need to think about it; it just has to work. But whether it’s a solid-state or hard disk drive, conventional storage solutions have their…

IBM wants to kill the hard drive it invented
Joseph Volpe, engadget.com

Saving files to memory is something that’s supposed to be mostly invisible for the end user. We don’t need to think about it; it just has to work. But whether it’s a solid-state or hard disk drive, conventional storage solutions have their…

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The Kings Of The ’90s Dot-Com Bubble
Jim Edwards, businessinsider.com
They were the kings of the late-1990s dot-com bubble … until, of course, the bubble burst.The dot-com crash was nearly 15 years ago. We thought it might be interesting to find out what happened to the startup founders who defined an era of…

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The Kings Of The ’90s Dot-Com Bubble
Jim Edwards, businessinsider.com

They were the kings of the late-1990s dot-com bubble … until, of course, the bubble burst.

The dot-com crash was nearly 15 years ago. We thought it might be interesting to find out what happened to the startup founders who defined an era of…