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Second Coming: The First HTTP Update in 16 Years, HTTP/2, Is Finished

HTTP is one of the most fundamental standards on the Internet and now, after 16 years, it's finally getting a facelift. Make way for HTTP/2.<p>The new …

3 Interval Workouts for Winter

Ditch the long, slow (and cold!) rides for these quick and potent fitness boosters—plus how to decode training terms like tempo and VO2 max<p>There's a lot to love about winter, but most of us cut back on our riding as daylight dwindles, temperatures drop, and our motivation wanes. Who can blame us? …

Marathons

Axiomatic CSS and Lobotomized Owls

At CSS Day last June I introduced, with some trepidation, a peculiar three-character CSS selector. Called the “lobotomized owl selector” for its …

Web Design

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Installing Nvidia CUDA on Mac OSX for GPU-Based Parallel Computing

This is the first article in a series that I will write about on the topic of parallel programming and CUDA. In this guide I will explain how to …

Ride Faster in Three Days Per Week

Can't get out every day? You can still become a better cyclist with just three rides a week.<p>Of all the training programs I've written for hundreds of athletes over the past 25 years, one of my favorite (and simplest) for cyclists of any level is the three-day magic bullet. Whether you're a …

Exercise

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Shuttle runs a Haswell Core i7 in a case barely bigger than a disk drive

The Intel NUC proves just how small a desktop-class, 4K-capable Haswell PC can go. What the NUC <i>doesn't</i> do, though, is let us switch out the processor - it comes with either a Core i3 or i5 soldered to the mainboard. Now, Shuttle's DS81 is slightly bigger than the NUC, but it's still tiny (19 x 16.5 …

While You Were Out Riding, Bike Advocacy Became Cool

Meet 14 innovators who are flush with new ideas about how bicycles can change the world.<i>—Kim Cross</i>

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5 Ways to Recycle Junk into Bike Gear

From trash to cycling treasure<p>Cyclists possess some inherently good qualities: We’re self-reliant, resourceful, and we care about the environment. So in a moment of crisis—a slit tire, a slipping seatpost—we’re not hobbled by lack of access to a bike shop. Rather, we look within the nearest …

Tour de France

Web Architecture from 50,000 feet

The architecture of RDF and the semantic web build on it is a plan but not yet all a reality. There are various pieces of the puzzle which seem to …

Frameworkless JavaScript

Muut is a special discussion platform with ambitious goals. While the server side is fanatically optimized for performance, the client has its own …

Morgaw Shock Absorbing Bicycle Saddle

As an answer to the cyclist's favorite component to complain about, Slovakian designers have developed a new type of bicycle saddle called the Morgaw. The lightweight, carbon-based saddle combines a modular rail system with two small shock absorbers to add flexibility and stability while absorbing …

Cycling

Top 10 Basslines of All Time

The bassline has always ruled the dancefloor, be it in the disco bars and clubs of the 70s, the early house and techno tracks of the 80s, the acid …

So You've Decided To Open-Source A Project At Work. What Now?

Why Open Source?<p>Before delving into the how, it’s useful to step back and talk about the why. Why is it that so many companies have or are starting …

Gmail blows up e-mail marketing by caching all images on Google servers | Ars Technica

Hosted images mean better privacy, faster load times, and less competition for Google.<p>Ever wonder why most e-mail clients hide images by default? The …

Never create Ruby strings longer than 23 characters

<i>Looking at things through a microscope<br>sometimes leads to surprising discoveries</i><p>Obviously this is an utterly preposterous statement: it’s hard to …

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Learnings from Client-side and Server-side rendering in Backbone.js

In this article, I’ll talk about the high-level technologies and pros and cons to go from a fully client-side to server-side rendered application …

Are You Fit to Ride?

Find out where your body needs a boost with these cycling-specific fitness assessments.<p>Too many cyclists with bulging quads still struggle with a squishy core, wobbly hips, or stiff shoulders. On the bright side, fixing those issues will make you a more efficient rider, says Darcy Norman, a trainer …

Health

The Subtle Art of Wheel Truing

Jude Kirstein has trued thousands of wheels since she started wrenching in 2004. The Portland, Oregon-based wheel builder admits it's a tricky process that requires finesse and endless patience. (Workshops at her studio on mastering the craft typically run two days.) Go ahead and set up your wheel …

Development

I'm having trouble understanding the benefit of require.js. Can you help me out? I imagine other developers have a similar interest.<p>From Require.js - …

The Design of Code: Organizing JavaScript

Great design is a product of care and attention applied to areas that matter, resulting in a useful, understandable, and hopefully beautiful user …

JavaScript