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Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Music<p>Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Matt Sweeney might be reviving the mysterious project.<p>By Zach Baron4 days agoView More<p>Best Stuff<p>GQ’s editors select …

Can the Constitution Govern America's Sprawling Empire?

The U.S. Supreme Court struggles to stretch a Constitution written for 13 coastal states to encompass non-contiguous states, dependent nations, insular areas, and a commonwealth.<p>The dawn of this century has marked the rise of the American periphery. To understand what I mean, consider presidential …

Puerto Rico

APIs for humans: The rise of developer experience (DX)

User Experience (UX) is a top priority for many consumer-facing software companies. The art of simplifying complex interactions into meaningful user experiences is an important competitive advantage for technology companies.<p>But what if your product is an API and your end-users are developers? How …

The Year in Space Exploration

2015 was a year in which robotic spacecraft made some startling discoveries, including finding the first evidence of flowing water on Mars and …

Space

Google Chrome functions finally return actual random numbers

Over the years, multiple studies have found that Google Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine was returning not-so-random numbers when you called the Math.random() function.<p>Today that’s been fixed, with the release of Chrome 49, which will be available soon. Math.random() is the most frequently used way to …

Google Chrome

12 Rules for Professional JavaScript in 2016

<b>Disclaimer:</b> I speak in absolutes below for brevity. Yes, nearly every “rule” in programming has exceptions.<p>JavaScript is hard. It moves so fast that …

3 desperate ways the U.S. clings to the myth of American exceptionalism

<b>(AP/Carolyn Kaster)</b><p>The American empire has been reduced to dust. All that remains is the stale jingoism of our Republican candidates<p>Tom Engelhardt<p>October 1, 2015 8:15am (UTC)<p>This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch.<p>Given the cluttered landscape of the last 14 years, can you even faintly …

Pearl Harbor

11 essential health and wellness items for the on-the-go traveler

Traveling can be hectic, stressful and tough on your body and immune system. And the more time you spend in transition from one destination to …

Wellness

Top Web Design Layout Trends of 2015 Explained

Times have changed. Nonetheless, if you try to look back at how websites have been designed in the last 10 years, you can say that nothing much has …

The Most Scenic Drives In The Country

Fortunately, the Federal Highway Administration keeps a pretty solid database of the best scenic byways, and with a little extra digging where the government list falls short, we came up with the definitive guide to the most scenic road in each and every one of our 50 states. Happy driving.<p><i>By:</i> …

National Parks

A Nutritionist's Holistic Guide to the Perfect Food Day

Steven Macari, founder of SLVRBK Health and nutritionist at Drive 495, shares what a day in the food life of a nutritionist looks like.<p>Given my body style and the type of metabolism I have, I tend to require more carbohydrates than most people. That being said, most people under-eat carbs (and …

Comparing Bootstrap With Google's Material Design Lite

Since Google announced Material Design with the introduction of Android 5.0, a large number of frontend frameworks emerged with the goal of bringing …

Material Design

The Anatomy of Great Website Design that Google Loves

Creating a website is very much like preparing a cake. How you dress it and how it ends up looking can be worlds apart. And we all want our cakes to …

12 Things to Stop Blaming Yourself For

As I go through the growing pains of becoming a "real adult," I'm realizing that the notion that I'm responsible for everything that comes into my life is absolute, total crap. Sometimes there are things we just shouldn't apologize for.<p>Too often in life I find myself apologizing for situations or …

Muscle Building Foods That Are High In Protein

If you want to look fit and toned, your kitchen game has to be as strong as your game in the gym.<p>Pumping iron is important for muscle growth, but so …

The Problem With Putting All the World's Code in GitHub

The ancient Library of Alexandria may have been the largest collection of human knowledge in its time, and scholars still mourn its destruction. The …

When Responsive Images Get Ugly

I don’t know about you, but I’m over the current crop of “Our new friends <picture> and srcset” tutorials. They show you some Baby’s First Markup …

Making Your First HTML5 Game With Phaser

Everybody loves classic games. How many of you remember the retro snake game from old Nokia phones? We sure do. This is why for this lesson we …

This 1km-long Astroid Could WIPE OUT Mankind To Fly Past Past Earth Soon

It has long been speculated that at some point the world will eventually come to an at. The question has been throughout time how will the end of the …

The state of Web Components

Web Components have been on developers’ radars for quite some time now. They were first introduced by Alex Russell at Fronteers Conference 2011. The …

How Facebook is eating the $140 billion hardware market

Facebook's extraordinary Open Compute Project is doing for hardware what Linux, Android, and many other popular products did for software: making it free and "open source."<p>That means that anyone can look at, use, or modify the designs of the hugely expensive computers that big companies use to run …

Startups in India’s Silicon Valley have another nightmare: monsoon rains

Hundreds of entrepreneurs in Bengaluru are losing their sleep because—wait for it—the monsoons are coming.<p>India’s startup capital, it appears, isn’t quite monsoon-proof. With underground fibre networks and overhead cables prone to damage, startups that cannot afford dedicated leased lines face …

For 40 Years, This Russian Family Was Cut Off From All Human Contact, Unaware of World War II

• Home<br>• ><br>• Life Stories<br>• ><br>• For 40 Years, This Russian Family Was Cut Off From All Human Contact, Unaware of World War II<p>posted 3 years ago<br>Categories: Life …

6 Reasons to Upgrade to RebelMouse from WordPress

The huge gap between current CMS offerings and what the world needed occurred to me during my time as CTO of The Huffington Post. When we were …

Open Sourcing Is No Longer Optional, Not Even for Apple

The biggest round of applause at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote yesterday didn't come when the company announced new versions of iOS …

Earth - Mystery earthquake among deepest known

A mysterious earthquake that struck the centre of the US was one of the deepest earthquakes of its type ever recorded, say scientists.<p>The quake, known as the Wind River Earthquake, struck the state of Wyoming in 2013 with a magnitude of 4.7 Mw (Moment magnitude scale).<p>This earthquake occurred well …

Wind River

CSS Animations

Suggest a list to be created in ByPeople. Be sure to be very descriptive.<p>These are examples of the kind of list we are searching for.<p>Best jquery …

Why Google and Apple made their own programming languages

Almost exactly one year ago, Apple released Swift, a new programming language promised to make it easier to build iPhone and Mac apps than ever before. Developers cheered from the stands.<p>The vision behind Swift is right in the name. Apple promises Swift is faster to write, and results in faster …

Objective-C