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https://www.wired.com/gallery/gift-ideas-for-cats/?CNDID=49046367&CNDID=49046367&bxid=MjM5NjgxNjQ4MjY5S0&hasha=051456e5dd3dcc7e9dc3f0af5c58ce38&hashb=f25d57ca4e78eed3fd06146c3baa1f06f00d9d42&mbid=nl_120818_gadgetlab_deals_list2_p2&utm_brand=wired&utm_mailing=Deals%20NL%20120818_Gadget%20Lab%20list%20(1)&utm_medium=email&utm_source=nlTreat your own cat—or your cat-loving friend—with one of these presents. Then maybe take a nap?
Photos: Top tech gift ideas for gadget lovers – TechRepublichttps://www.techrepublic.com/pictures/top-tech-gift-ideas-for-gadget-lovers/?ftag=TRE684d531&bhid=27689259515740508250262421970472A cool new gadget is always fun to get as a holiday gift. Here are some interesting gift ideas to consider.
Malcolm Gladwell Teaches Writing | MasterClasshttps://www.masterclass.com/classes/malcolm-gladwell-teaches-writing?Malcolm Gladwell, author of Blink and The Tipping Point, teaches you how to turn big ideas into powerful narratives. Learn how in his first MasterClass:
2017’s best tech gifts for the holidays – TechRepublichttps://www.techrepublic.com/article/2017s-best-tech-gifts-for-holidays/?ftag=TRE684d531&bhid=27689259515740508250262421970472Stumped on stocking stuffers? TechRepublic’s gift guides compile the best gadgets for everyone on your holiday gift list. From tech gadgets like drones to wearables like the Apple Watch to Raspberry Pis, TechRepublic put together a list of great holiday gift ideas for your kids, family members, co-workers, and tech-loving friends. Take a look at this year’s latest tech trends, and even take a trip down memory lane to see what was 2016’s best items.
What’s the future of programming? The answer lies in functional languages – TechRepublichttps://www.techrepublic.com/article/whats-the-future-of-programming-the-answer-lies-in-functional-languages/?bhid=27689259515740508250262421970472&ftag=TRE684d531Simon Peyton Jones describes functional programming languages like Haskell as a proving ground where programmers can test new ideas.
3 Essential Design Trends, October 2017 | Webdesigner Depothttps://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2017/10/3-essential-design-trends-october-2017/?ref=donvy.comEvery designer loves breaking the rules every now and then. This month’s web design trends highlight some of the rebellious spirit in ways that look amazing. The key to all these rule-breaking designs is that the rest of the interface is simple and actually follows the rules. From text that doesn’t stay in its “container” to oversized design elements to odd ball geometric shapes, let’s walk on the wild side… Here’s what’s trending in design this month: 1. Text Without Boundaries There was a time that every element in a website design had its own place. That’s not always the case anymore. More designs are allowing elements to cross planes and move into the space of other elements. It sounds like one of those ideas that could go horribly wrong (and it could), but these websites show that there’s something beautiful about text that lives in two spaces at the same time. The trend is exemplified by text elements that cross into multiple containers, such as text that layers over the
Sculpto+ is a compact, iPhone-connected 3D Printer made for anyone to use | 9to5Toyshttps://9to5toys.com/2017/09/11/sculpto-is-a-3d-printer/3D printers are by far the most exciting new way to develop your ideas from scratch and have them come to life in physical form. Although, unless you’re an engineer they’re not always t…
“[Executive-function skills] predict long-term academic success and lifelong well-being,” Bialystok says. “There’s just nothing more important in terms of how this person is going to do in life.”
James Damore, Google, and the YouTube radicalization of angry white men | Technology | The Guardianhttps://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/aug/13/james-damore-google-memo-youtube-white-men-radicalization?utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=GU+Today+main+NEW+H+categories&utm_term=239242&subid=19723158&CMP=EMCNEWEML6619I2Damore became an ‘alt-right’ hero after Google fired him over his views on women. Did Google-owned YouTube play a role in reinforcing those ideas?