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Monthly Archives: February 2013

I spotted this over on Facebook (I do not…

Paul Minda originally shared this post: I spotted this over on Facebook (I do not know the original creator), but it made me laugh…you can replace "Scientist" with programmer or professor and it's still pretty much the same..note the +Google Chrome usage…

Fun Game: Create Your Own Custom Meteorite…

Kim Sherrell originally shared this post: Fun Game: Create Your Own Custom Meteorite Impact Purdue University has a fun simulator called Impact Earth that shows you what would happen if a particular kind of meteorite smashed down from space. ~~> http://goo.gl/4iQ7q Hat tip +Liza Sperling (@lizasperling)Image credit: Purdue.edu   #ScienceSunday #Science #Space #meterorite #Earth  

Writing modular frontend components in 2013…

Writing modular frontend components in 2013 | Feature | .net magazine Backend developers use encapsulation to separate and organise code to prevent conflicts, but what can frontend developers use in the browser to achieve the same end?

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:O An amazing video game collection spanning 30 years is being sold for $550,000 on eBay An astonishing video game collection featuring more than 6,850 titles, 330 consoles, 220 controllers and 185 accessories has been put up for auction on eBay. The starting price …

Seems pretty handy

Seems pretty handy Google Drive now lets developers share hosted websites by storing HTML, JavaScript, and CSS files Google on Tuesday announced that it will allow Web developers to share hosted websites via Google Drive. All you have to do is store your HTML, JavaScript, and CSS files, and then share …

When I see cute animal pics (like https…

Urs Hölzle originally shared this post: When I see cute animal pics (like https://plus.google.com/u/0/107148843671214812506/posts/GsrcU9JBxtK) I usually think they're staged.  And they probably are.  But not this one: it really did happen Wednesday night.  Life imitates art.

What is Microbiology?

Microbiology originally shared this post: What is Microbiology? Microbiology (from Greek μῑκρος, mīkros, "small"; βίος, bios, "life"; and -λογία, -logia) is the study of microscopic organisms', which are defined as any living organism that is either a single cell (unicellular), a cell cluster, or has no cells at all (acellular). This includes eukaryotes, such as […]