So people are often intrigued by my “power point slides.” I explain, patiently, that my slides are Keynote. (Repeat: legitimate Free Software objection; repeat: criticism accepted).
The latest version of Keynote breaks my slide show. (E.g., the deck that produced my TED talk now won’t work)….
I wonder which would be the best alternative for Keynote, too. I’ve not even opened the latest update and now got frightened to do so…
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then an animated gif must be priceless! Below you will find a collection of simple and elegant animations that explain how various things work. From g…
Some of these images are super interesting.
For five years, researchers have toiled over an obscure bit of fundamental internet infrastructure that promises to make the connections to our mobile devices faster and more reliable than ever, and if you’ve already downloaded Apple’s iOS 7 to your iPhone or iPad, you could be using it already.
It’s called multi-path TCP, and here’s why it matters and how it works: At present, if your phone or tablet is connected to Wi-Fi and a cellular network at the same time, it can only use one or the other connection to transmit data. But what if your Wi-Fi connection or your 3G connection drops? Whatever data was being transmitted—data for an app, a webpage, an iMessage—will fail to arrive, and you have to try again, usually after getting a frustrating error message or a blank page. Just as importantly, if one of your connections to the internet slows down, or speeds up, your phone has no ability to use its other connections to its advantage, leading to a poorer and slower experience overall.
Makes sense: the pipe shouldn’t matter, the connection should.
These photos are awesome. I’ve been in 6 of these 11 clubs.
We need to stop treating DJs as performers if we’re to preserve the original ethos of clubbing
Dirty Handz 3: Search and Destroy .. watch full movie online
This is super awesome and I love everything this page has to offer for everyone who’s into graphic design. (via New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual)
Nike’s support team confirms an Android app isn’t currently in the works. “Right now, we’re focused on iOS and the web,” says the tweet. “We’re not working on an Android app.