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14 Mar 21:55

#1697 – Bed time

by Chris
14 Mar 21:55

New Things

by Reza

12 Mar 21:37

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - I want

by tech@thehiveworks.com


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I imagine if autocomplete got entirely uncensored for more than 30 seconds civil society would end.

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11 Mar 23:11

Bay of Fire

by webmaster@interfacelift.com (Destin)
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A soft pink hue kisses goodnight to the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco, California.

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Phase One A/S IQ3 100MP.

Photo Settings: 80mm, f/16, 5 seconds, ISO 50.

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10 Mar 00:40

Workout Routine

by Doug
10 Mar 00:36

#1693 – Fine

by Chris
06 Mar 21:16

Coder self-respect

by CommitStrip

06 Mar 09:26

Honda's retro hatch confirmed for production

by editor@drivenetwork.com.au (Dom Tripolone)


Japanese brand confirms first fully-electric car will go on sale in 2019.

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04 Mar 18:26

Garfield - 2018-03-04

04 Mar 03:07

The Wanderer At The Campfire

by webmaster@interfacelift.com (Dominic Kamp)
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No matter how dark the night, the bigger the campfire, the more darkness is revealed!

Taken with a Nikon D850 and a Sigma 14mm @ f/1.8 (ISO 400) and 15 seconds exposure. Three individual shots were stitched together in Lightroom CC Classic and then processed in Photoshop CC. Color correction with NIK Color Efex. Finding right spot and preparation took 6h plus editing another 3h. Enjoy and let me know whether you'd like to know more.

Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom CC.

Photo Settings: 14mm, f/1, 15 seconds, ISO 400.

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04 Mar 00:08

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Extinction

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01 Mar 23:39

Interns and APIs

by CommitStrip

01 Mar 19:43

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Magic

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Alternatively, the Easter Bunny may just be a lizard with horrifically mutated skin and bones.

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28 Feb 21:59

Wojtek: The Bear That Drank Beer And Went to War

by Kaushik

Archibald Brown, the British official at the port of Naples, looked at the roster in his hand and called out the name—“Corporal Wojtek”, but nobody came forward.

It was mid-February 1944, and Brown was at Naples to help process a unit of Polish soldiers that had just arrived by ship from Alexandria, Egypt, to join forces with the Allies in their fight against the Germans and the Italians. One of his duties was to check crew manifests and speak with freshly arrived soldiers.

Brown consulted the document in his hand once again. Sure, there was a soldier named Wojtek. He could see the soldier’s service number and his pay book, but the man himself was nowhere to be found, until an amused colonel came forward and led Brown to a cage. Inside was a full-grown Syrian brown bear. This, the colonel explained, was Corporal Wojtek.

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A monument to Wojtek in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh. Photo credit: Greg Bandur/Flickr

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27 Feb 09:30

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27 Feb 09:30

Go Away

by Doug

Go Away

Have a coffee.

26 Feb 21:37

#1691 – Cool show

by Chris
22 Feb 00:29

Self-Driving Issues

If most people turn into muderers all of a sudden, we'll need to push out a firmware update or something.
20 Feb 03:05

The Ships Buried Under San Francisco’s Streets

by Kaushik

Beneath the streets of San Francisco’s financial district lie the remains of dozens of sailing ships that once brought people to San Francisco during the gold rush of the mid-19th century. These ships were beached near what was then a small Mexican village called Yerba Buena. In those early days, the waters of San Francisco Bay came all the way up to where is now Montgomery Street—the site of the iconic Transamerica Pyramid. Once the city started to grow, the cove was filled in and the downtown of the city built over it. Many of the ships that dropped anchor there never moved.

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The Buried Ships of Yerba Buena Cove by Michael Warner et al. (San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, National Park Service)

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19 Feb 22:57

Chrome 64 now trims messy links when you share them

by Dani Deahl

Google’s latest consumer version of Chrome, version number 64, just started cleaning up messy referral links for you. Now, when you go to share an item, you’ll no longer see a long tracking string after a link, just the primary link itself, as spotted by Android Police.

This feature now happens automatically when sharing links in Chrome, either by the Share menu or by copying the link and pasting it elsewhere. Even though it slices off the extra bit of the URL, this doesn’t affect referral information. If you choose, you can copy and paste directly from the URL bar to grab the link in entirety.

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As Android Police points out, while this is a useful feature, it does have a couple downsides, albeit...

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18 Feb 20:40

Garfield - 2018-02-18

15 Feb 22:01

#1684 – Microwave

by Chris
14 Feb 19:43

Robot Emotion

by Reza

13 Feb 21:33

Listen but don’t hear

by CommitStrip

08 Feb 15:10

#1678 – Breakfast

by Chris
08 Feb 10:52

IT Project Estimates

by CommitStrip

07 Feb 11:13

#1677 – Ouch

by Chris
07 Feb 11:10

Panic

by Doug