Sujith Varanamkudath

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Famed Hacker Kevin Mitnick Shows You How to Go Invisible Online

If you’re like me, one of the first things you do in the morning is check your email. And, if you’re like me, you also wonder who else has read your …

Privacy

This incredible tool lets you see how Facebook tracks you online

A browser extension shows you how Facebook infers what content you want to see based on your social media habits and behaviors.<p>Data Selfie is a free …

Complete IT Cloud Security & Hacking Training | Popular Mechanics Shop

<b>Description</b><p>Data security has never been more important in this age of cyberattacks and snooping, and companies know that, which is why they spend big on cloud security experts. In this training bundle, you'll explore a variety of cloud computing platforms while learning how to secure each. By the …

Armed Forces

Write, Then Write Some More: Writing Tips From 29 Authors

If you’ve ever wanted to sit down with your favorite author, grab him or her by the shoulders, and ask <i>How?</i>, you’re not alone.<p>Plenty of people want to know exactly how authors do it — grind through the doubt, become inspired, write, get published, and start all over again. In fact, so many people …

Yank Your Reader Into Your Story With a Great Opening Line

My mission as a book coach is to help writers write the best books they can, which means paying attention to:• the macro elements (the story or …

The Basics of Point of View for Fiction Writers

by Yu-Cheng Hsiao | via Flickr<b>Note from Jane:</b> This post is an excerpt from <i>Writing Your Novel from Start to Finish: A Guidebook for the Journey</i> by …

Creative Writing

Turn any hard drive into networked storage with Raspberry Pi

Networked hard drives are super convenient. You can access files no matter what computer you're on -- and even remotely.<p>But they're expensive. Unless you use the Raspberry Pi.<p>If you happen to have a few of hard drives laying around you can put them to good use with a Raspberry Pi by creating your …

Understanding, Identifying and Upgrading the RAM in your PC

Introduction<p>This tutorial is intended to explain what RAM is and give some background on different memory technologies in order to help you identify …

Create Compelling Content: 21 Ways Writers Can Find Creative Inspiration

Coming up with ideas for new posts, articles, and even books can be tough. Here's a list of ways to find the inspiration you need.<p>Want to write more posts? Want to write more articles? Want to write a book?<p>If so, you're not alone (here's looking at you, LinkedIn Pulse), but coming up with …

A startup that wants to end world hunger is starting with a tiny indoor vertical farm

It’s not quite farm to table, but one Berlin supermarket is trying to make urban farming mainstream with a high-tech vertical garden in its produce aisle.<p>A pilot project between wholesale supermarket Metro and indoor farming startup Infarm, the Kräutergarten (‘herb garden’) uses hydroponic …

Aquaponics

Scientists just confirmed there's a second layer of information hidden in our DNA

That's something biologists have known for years, and they've even been able to figure out some of the proteins responsible for folding up DNA. But now a group of physicists have been able to demonstrate for the first time through simulations how this hidden information controls our evolution.<p>Let's …

Genetics

50 free web tools

In many occupations, solving problems and finding ways to be more productive are top priorities. This is especially true for web designers and …

Man-eating ‘monster' crocodiles found in Florida wilderness

<b>DNA analysis confirms the presence of Nile crocodiles in Florida, which offers a perfect climate for the 18-foot long, human-devouring crocodiles</b> …

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Floating Solar Panels May Be Coming To A Reservoir Near You

“Flotovoltaics” could be cheaper and more efficient than land-based panels<p>To improve on solar energy, new power plants are taking to the water. The idea is still pretty new, but rafts of floating solar panels are up and running in the United States and Australia, with more planned, reports <i>The New</i> …

Solar Power

Hello Barbie, goodbye privacy - the internet-connected toys sparking security fears

Any so-called "connected toy" – including smartphone-controlled drones and tanks, or bluetooth-enabled Lego – is potentially vulnerable to security …

Does your swallowed gum stay in your stomach for 7 years? Science has the answer

Pretty much any gum chewer has had a reason — or need — to swallow their gum rather than politely returning it to its wrapper to toss it out. (The recommended means of disposal.)<p>But that naturally leads to the question on the minds of many, who were told as children that swallowing gum causes it to …

A Mysterious Object Beyond Pluto Is Coming Into Focus

Pluto may be long gone, but NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is by no means finished with the outer solar system. For the second time, New Horizons has …

Your brain does not process information and it is not a computer – Robert Epstein

No matter how hard they try, brain scientists and cognitive psychologists will never find a copy of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony in the brain – or copies …

Singularity

Front End Dev &Web Design Digest / May’16

A quick, hassle-free way to stay on top of front end & web design news.<p>Web development<p>A Beginner’s Guide To Grunt<br>• How To Pick a Frontend Web …

I tried Hopscotch, the surprisingly powerful app that lets you make small games without coding

But for those who want to learn more about coding but are perhaps intimidated by the steep learning curve, there's Hopscotch, an iPhone and iPad app designed to help people create simple games by giving them a playground with objects to play around with, instead of a blank screen and blinking …

iPad Apps

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Microsoft's R Strategy

Microsoft bought Revolution Analytics just over a year ago. With the impending release of SQL Server 2016, integration of the data science-oriented R …

The Limits Of How Far Humanity Can Go In The Universe

If you peer out into the depths of space — at the vast expanse of stars, galaxies, and even the leftover glow from the Big Bang itself — you might think that if humanity can understand the laws of nature and create a good enough technology, there are no limits to what we can explore. If we were to …

This guy has an idea to deliver cheap, super-fast internet to your home

Poor customer service. Dropped connections. Routers that behave erratically.<p>And the unfortunate truth is there's little incentive for things to get better because most internet providers effectively have a monopoly in the areas they serve. You either deal with them or you deal without internet.<p>Some …

Net Neutrality

40 CSS jQuery Charts and Graphs | Scripts + Tutorials

Data visualization is the modern equivalent of visual communication and involves the creation and study of the visual representation of data. It …

Data Visualization

The Story of God: Morgan Freeman talks creation, evil, and science

Morgan Freeman has wowed as God onscreen — remember that glorious white suit in <i>Bruce Almighty</i>? — but now his focus has shifted to understanding his …

A horror movie coming out next month was filmed entirely on Snapchat

<i>Sickhouse</i> is a horror film from the mind of Hannah Macpherson and is completely comprised of brief Snapchat videos. The story follows a group of friends who go on a trip into the woods to explore the mystery behind the titular building where, we're assuming, isn't the nicest of places.<p>The film was …

Social Media

This Essay About Life After Your Child Has Died Has the Entire Internet in Tears

A gorgeous tribute to her son.<p>Um, let's see if I can write this post through the tears.<p>Linda Dahlstrom Anderson wrote a gorgeous, moving essay for Mashable about parenting after she lost her son, Phoenix. He was just 7 months and 4 days old when he died in July 2005 of bacterial meningitis …