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The Adobe and Pantone Color Apocalypse: Frequently Asked Questions — Userlandia
The Adobe and Pantone Color Apocalypse: Frequently Asked Questions — Userlandia
Adobe has let their license for Pantone colors lapse, with the hues disappearing from their apps. Pantone wants you to pay them for digital color libraries with a subscription scheme. What does this mean for digital content creators and the design industry?
·userlandia.com·
The Adobe and Pantone Color Apocalypse: Frequently Asked Questions — Userlandia
Faces in Time
Faces in Time
This is an examination of an archive of Time magazine containing 3,389 issues ranging from 1923 to 2014, focusing on images of faces.
·magazineproject.org·
Faces in Time
Ana Jofre
Ana Jofre
Ana Jofre is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher.
·onewomancaravan.net·
Ana Jofre
Welcome - Native-Land.ca
Welcome - Native-Land.ca
Native Land is a resource to learn more about Indigenous territories, languages, lands, and ways of life. We welcome you to our site.
·native-land.ca·
Welcome - Native-Land.ca
Prof. Dr. Style
Prof. Dr. Style
It is difficult to estimate how many web pages created in 1993-1994 made it into the new millenium in their premordial way. If you manage to find something that was put online that time, it would in the best case display a 1995-1996 skin. But there is a way to find pages that live for ever in 1993.
·contemporary-home-computing.org·
Prof. Dr. Style
Index
Index
·beyondloom.com·
Index
Welcome to hell, Elon
Welcome to hell, Elon
Owning Twitter means owning a host of impossible political problems. Is Elon ready?
·theverge.com·
Welcome to hell, Elon
Ejecting A Floppy Disk in Zero-G - Why NASA Flew A Mac on the Space Shuttle
Ejecting A Floppy Disk in Zero-G - Why NASA Flew A Mac on the Space Shuttle
The story behind the free floating floppy video clip from a 1990's space shuttle mission. NASA has flown many computers during the space shuttle program, they were used to run experiments and run software which didn't fit into the main flight computer. On STS-41 a Mac Portable was flown as part of a test of used interfaces in zero G, and this was repeated on STS-43, with the computer also being used to send the first email from space! STS-41 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXaUzko8wYI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ur64SrpMFkA STS-43 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Unciwu-NzQo STS-58 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rO6GkD71Zrs Follow me on Twitter for more updates: https://twitter.com/DJSnM I have a discord server where I regularly turn up: https://discord.gg/zStmKbM If you really like what I do you can support me directly through Patreon https://www.patreon.com/scottmanley
·youtube.com·
Ejecting A Floppy Disk in Zero-G - Why NASA Flew A Mac on the Space Shuttle
A SPLOT for One’s Own
A SPLOT for One’s Own
One of the very best things that can happen from sharing something digital I’ve built/duct taped together, is that someone actually uses it. But even better, is when they use it in a way I wo…
·cogdogblog.com·
A SPLOT for One’s Own
Curriculum — Civics of Technology
Curriculum — Civics of Technology
Our 5 Critical Questions about Technology and Inquiry Design Model Lessons can be used to critically inquire into the collateral, unintended, & disproportionate effects of technology on our lives.
·civicsoftechnology.org·
Curriculum — Civics of Technology
Reflecting on Data, Power, and Pedagogy — Civics of Technology
Reflecting on Data, Power, and Pedagogy — Civics of Technology
Autumm Caines and Michelle Ciccone consider how visualizing surveillance data via DigiPower creates opportunities to learn about surveillance, privacy, and our own feelings of ambivalence, exhaustion, or despair around these topics.
·civicsoftechnology.org·
Reflecting on Data, Power, and Pedagogy — Civics of Technology
WordPress Hooks and Filters Order Of Precedence - Lance Cleveland
WordPress Hooks and Filters Order Of Precedence - Lance Cleveland
When building plugins and themes I often need to reference the WordPress order of precedence of hooks.   This helps ensure various components are loaded only when needed and at the right time.   The base list I... Read More
·lance.bio·
WordPress Hooks and Filters Order Of Precedence - Lance Cleveland
Scan with raspberry pi, convert with aws lambda to searchable PDF
Scan with raspberry pi, convert with aws lambda to searchable PDF
I have long dreamed for a setup which lets me just press the scan button on my scanner and — without any further input — uploads it as a searchable PDF onto some cloud drive. Thanks to the good support of scanners by SANE and the ease of use of AWS lambda it’s actually quite easy (judging to the length of this post it looks like quite a task, but in the end it is straightforwards and is — surprisingly — quite free of hacks). In this solution you: set up SANE on your raspberry pi 3 so it scans your document set up scanbd to detect the scan button set up a S3 bucket for uploading set up a lambda function which uses tesseract to create a searchable PDF (optionally) set up google api to store the PDF to google drive What you need: Raspberry Pi 3 (I guess the other models serve equally well) Paper scanner with a “scan” button which is supported by saned an AWS account Personally I’m using Raspbian Stretch Lite as OS on my Raspberry and a Fujitsu S1300i. Before you start: you might just want to wipe your pi and start fresh. Takes you about 15 minutes extra, you can follow my howto so you can do that headless (without attaching monitor/keyboard to the pi).
·howto.philippkeller.com·
Scan with raspberry pi, convert with aws lambda to searchable PDF
Timeline
Timeline
This page is a straight chronology of web development history. Almost every post published on WDH is focused on a specific year, so you can read through them year-by-year if you wish. There is also…
·webdevelopmenthistory.com·
Timeline