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Video: It’s a Great Time To Be A UX Designer by Jared Spool

Apr 24, 2014 7:34 PM
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IN THIS 60-minute video caught live at An Event Apart Austin 2013, Jared M. Spool explains why “It’s a Great Time To Be A UX Designer.” (translate)

Big Web Show № 117: The Real Macaw – Stop Writing Code, Start Drawing It

Apr 24, 2014 7:34 PM
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IN BIG WEB SHOW Episode № 117, Tom Giannattasio, Founder/CEO of Macaw, “the superhot web design tool of the future,” joins me to discuss a paradigm shift: can we really draw semantic HTML and succinct CSS? How it works. Pixels, percentages, ems, or rems? Designing a design tool. How to quit your job. From Kickstarter […] (translate)

Biology as I/O

Apr 24, 2014 5:33 PM
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Tim O’Reilly subjected himself to an engaging Ask Me Anything session on Reddit earlier this week. The focus of the exchange was the Internet of Things, in anticipation of our Solid conference taking place next month. We’re always listening for faint signals from … (translate)

New White Paper on Creative Cloud for teams Security Architecture and Functionality

Apr 24, 2014 5:21 PM
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At Adobe, we take the security of your digital experiences seriously. The Adobe Creative Cloud for teams Security Overview white paper describes the proactive approach and procedures implemented by Adobe to increase the security of your Creative Cloud experience and data. The … Continue reading → (translate)

The robotics industry could use an infusion of new DNA

Apr 24, 2014 1:33 PM
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Editor’s note: this post originally published on Chen’s blog Beyond the Bell Curve; this edited version is republished here with permission. A couple years ago, I dug deep into the robotics space because I thought we were seeing the birth … (translate)

Four short links: 24 April 2014

Apr 24, 2014 1:33 PM
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Depthy — new Google Camera app lets you capture some depth information, stored in metadata in the image. Nifty effects become possible. Coping with Stress and Burnout: Explanatory Power of Different Coping Strategies (PLoSone)– interesting taxonomy of burnout (overload, lack … (translate)

Robots in the lab

Apr 23, 2014 3:34 PM
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In the new issue of BioCoder, Peter Sand writes about Hacking Lab Equipment. It’s well worth a read: it gives a number of hints about how standard equipment can be modified so that it can be controlled by a program. This … (translate)

iBeacons, privacy, and security

Apr 23, 2014 11:34 AM
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iBeacons and various BLE technologies have the potential to shake up many established ways of doing business by streamlining interactions. Although there are potentially many uses for iBeacons, much of the initial discussion has focused on retail. (I’ll follow up with … (translate)

Four short links: 23 April 2014

Apr 23, 2014 11:34 AM
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Samsung UX (Scribd) — little shop of self-catalogued UX horrors, courtesy discovery in a lawsuit. Dated (Android G1 as competition) but rewarding to see there are signs of self-awareness in the companies that inflict unusability on the world. Tools for … (translate)

How Will 3D Printing Transform Industry

Apr 22, 2014 11:33 PM
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3D printing is a manufacturing process that is used to produce three-dimensional objects from a digital design. It is also commonly called additive manufacturing. Complex shapes are produced in successive layers from particles of metal, resin or plastic. This makes it cheaper and easier to produce a single product than most traditional production methods, which […] (translate)

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