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Looking for data visualization inspo

Tue, 03/10/2020 - 10:35

Do you guys have any good resources for this besides Awwwards? Most of their high ranking stuff is cool but over the top. Just looking for live sites that use D3 or libraries like it to built interesting and goodlooking dashboards/UIs

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Spotify Is Now More Personal, Greeting You With A Redesigned Customized Home

Tue, 03/10/2020 - 10:35

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Spotify has renovated its platform’s homepage to simplify navigation and make it more personalized to subscribers. The first thing you would notice is that Spotify now greets you according to the time of the day.

There will now be a “Good Morning,” “Good Afternoon” or “Good Evening” message located at the top of the homepage.

Previously, the home screen focused on your listening history with various features like the ‘Recently Played’, ‘Your Top Podcasts’ and ‘Your Heavy Rotation’ on your homepage. The latest update will now make space for both listening history and fresh recommendations.

The six spots on top are dedicated to previously played content, while the bottom half highlights new picks that let subscribers choose whether to return to familiar favorites or to check out new ones.

Through your listening history, the top portion could recommend your favorite podcast that you stream every morning, your workout playlist or the specific album you’ve been listening to heavily this week. These playlists will be updated and change throughout the day, according to your interests and activities.

The bottom portion will display top podcasts, ‘Made For You’ playlists, new picks for exploration and more, based on your content consumption.

The new home screen began rolling out on Monday to international subscribers who have used Spotify for at least 30 days.

Ready to move in? Your new Spotify Home is here

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GitHub COO on launching in India and collaborating with governments to support the dev community

Mon, 02/17/2020 - 15:48

GitHub launched its subsidiary in India last week to support a thriving developer community in the country. As part of the announcement, the Microsoft-owned company will have offices in Hyderabad and Bengaluru, and will establish teams across engineering, community, sales, and marketing verticals. However, it’s not clear as to how exactly this step will benefit the open-source community in India. The company hasn’t announced region-specific pricing for its paid, or opened up its Patreon-like GitHub Sponsors program that allows people and companies to financially support developers directly. Erica Brescia, COO at GitHub, told explained to me that currently there that currently, there are no…

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Google pulls 500 malicious Chrome extensions after researcher tip-off

Mon, 02/17/2020 - 15:44
Google has abruptly pulled over 500 Chrome extensions from its Web Store that researchers discovered were stealing browsing data and executing click fraud and malvertising.
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Google forced to reveal anonymous reviewer’s details

Mon, 02/17/2020 - 15:44
A court has forced Google to reveal the details of an anonymous poster who published an unpalatable review of a dentist.
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Senator calls for dedicated US data protection agency

Mon, 02/17/2020 - 15:44
The US needs a data protection agency of its own, and Kirsten Gillibrand wants to be the one that makes it happen.
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Police bust alleged operator of Bitcoin mixing service Helix

Mon, 02/17/2020 - 15:44
The Ohio man is charged with running a Bitcoin mixer to launder over $300m—now worth $3.6b—on behalf of Dark Net crooks trying to hide out.
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Monday review – the hot 24 stories of the week

Mon, 02/17/2020 - 15:44
Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days - it's weekly roundup time.
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Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga S1 works with Linux?

Mon, 02/17/2020 - 15:40

Hello everyone.

I am interested in getting a cheap ThinkPad Yoga S1 which many of you may know is a 2 in 1 laptop and was wondering if anybody knows if Ubuntu or any other Linux distros work well with this laptop? I cannot find much on using this type of laptop with Linux and I could see it not working correctly for example when using the pen or touch in flipped mode etc.

Any help would be greatly appreciated as this will determine if I go for the 2 in 1 model or not.

laptop link.

https://www.encore-pc.co.uk/lenovo-thinkpad-yoga-s1-i3-4010u-1-70ghz-4gb-ram-500gb-hdd?gclid=Cj0KCQiA7aPyBRChARIsAJfWCgKQdkLwlIqp5Nnp6LN26542Ec3M0e-kYBY6XG3yNJfCmVwJup0AXrQaAvpbEALw_wcB

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A Heart-Centered Body of Work

Mon, 02/17/2020 - 15:16

“The point of it all is not to exhaust myself trying to build a body of work that eclipses my life, but to create a heart-centered body of work.”

Holley M. Kholi-Murchison

What does time well spent mean to you? Resources to help you reflect.

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This map shows which companies have lasted hundreds (and even thousands) of years

Mon, 02/17/2020 - 15:14

A new set of maps charts the world’s oldest companies—and exposes the ways many of them relied on slave labor.

At a time when the average company on the S&P 500 only survives for two decades, it’s surprising to see that there are companies that have existed for centuries around the world. The oldest company still operating today is in Japan. It’s a construction firm called Kongo Gumi that dates to 578 and has specialized in building temples for 14 centuries. Today, though the company has been bought by a construction conglomerate, temples still account for 80% of its business.

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