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Live Coding now lets you hire a developer and watch them work in real-time

Live Coding, which is like Twitch for developers, has added a service that allows viewers to actually hire someone they’ve been watching.<p>The aptly named “Hire a streamer” service works exactly as it sounds. Via the profile of a developer you’ve seen coding on the site, a ‘hire me’ button lets you …

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Now you can make Jony Ive say 'aluminium' whenever you want

I’ve said before that my favorite part of every Apple event is Sir Jony Ive’s voiceovers. And while he’s rarely seen on the stage, his lyrical voice has become as popular as his design work.<p>Hate spammy ICOs and crappy cryptocurrencies?So do we.VISIT HARD FORK<p>Thankfully, as the excitement dies down …

Canon's 120-megapixel camera plumbs the depths of your pores

In case you thought current cameras didn't expose your physical flaws enough, this week's Canon Expo featured a prototype of the company's EOS series packing a whopping 120 megapixels. For contrast, Canon's current offerings top out around 20 to 50 megapixels. But 120? That's enough to capture …

Engineer produces 'world's first' 3D printed violin

A French engineer says he has created the first ever 3D printed electric violin.<p>Laurent Bernadac is a graduate of the Toulouse Conservatory and says his new violin brings together his two passions; engineering and music.<p>Based loosely on a Stradivarius violin, Mr Bernadac's "3D-varius" took a week …

How Wearable Tech Could Spark A New Privacy Revolution

Fears over privacy are nothing new. As users began to see the sheer availability of information online, and the amount of personal data being seen and used by tech companies, they became rightly concerned over how much information would be available to companies and individuals, and how that …

danielmclaren:

Leaf Venation Algorithm. Algorithms as art?<p>Anders Hoff’s leaf venation work was making me jelly. Decided to have a go at the algorithm in Processing using the paper Anders recommended (below). This animation is a visualization of the algorithm in action.<p>The white circles are the leaf venation nodes. These will form the actual leaf veins. The pink circles are sources of the auxin hormone found in plants. New leaf vein nodes grow toward auxin sources and use them up, causing them to disappear. …

littlelimpstiff14u2:

charlie’s daily sketches<br>generative · playful · emotional — bigblueboo​<p>I’ll throw in some of the old stuff, too—the best of my abandoned projects—things I still wish I could work on, but can’t justify or imagine anyone actually using.<p>Over the past year (2013) I’ve discovered that there’s a whole community of people who are passionate about the intersection and collusion of arts and technology.<p>Turns out “creative coding” is a thing; “generative design” is a thing; “media arts” are a thing. <i>Very</i> …

DIY Hovercraft

Introduction: DIY Hovercraft<p>When you are a child, do remote control cars in the shop attract you? Do you feel sad when you can’t own a car and play …

Old Workers Cottage in Australia Transformed Into Modern Family Home http://freshome.com/2014/07/25/old-workers-cottage-in-australia-transformed-into-modern-family-home/

BlockSender Bounces Email Back to the Sender

Chrome: Gmail does an excellent job of blocking spam, but sometimes you just want to go the extra mile and prevent some mail from ever reaching your …

When your Mac runs slow, give it a tuneup

Macs are solid machines, but just like their owners they have a tendency to get lethargic as they age. Launching and switching programs takes longer, simple tasks become arduous, and the dreaded beach ball of doom appears more often than it did when your machine was new. The operating system just …

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33 Graphs That Reveal Painfully True Facts About Everyday Life

The duo publishes their satirical creations every day on Wumo, their webcomic and newspaper cartoon strip (formerly known as Wulffmorgenthaler). …

departurelane:

Push<p>The hardest of metals can still be designed to take infinite forms.

Miniature glass sensor could turn any digital device into a primitive camera

Traditional camera lenses can be bulky and unwieldy, but an innovation coming out of the technology licensing company Rambus could make them miniscule. Senior research scientist Patrick Gill developed a glass chip that's only 200 microns in diameter that acts like a camera, capturing images with a …

beautifullyengineered:

Galatea Luxury Home Displaying a Unique Contemporary Style

<b>Galatea</b> is a gorgeous luxury home displaying a unique contemporary style in Corona del Mar, California, USA. The house’s sleek design was executed by …

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Good wood - ‘Slim’ all-in-one bike fender, lock holder and carry rack by Portland based design team Ruphus

maxenrich:

Ingenious japanese joinery

classic-university:

Stogy.

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