Virus Bulletin : Mayhem - a hidden threat for *nix web servers.
New Republic: Interruptions at Work Make You Way Less Productive.
“Researchers have known for a while that interruptions inhibit our ability to carry out many tasks—from detecting traffic signals to performing surgery. This study is unique, though, in looking at—and quantifying—how distractions affect the caliber of creative work.”
EE Insider: ExpressionEngine 2.9 Released.
Another ‘definitive’ static site generator list.
Here. Multi-language again. Bookmark, before it disappears (the other one did, albeit briefly).
Ars Technica: IRS policy that targeted Tea Party groups also aimed at open source projects.
Worth watching. “You have a substantial nonexempt purpose because you develop software published under open source compatible licenses that authorize use by any person for any purpose, including nonexempt purposes such as commercial, recreational, or personal purposes.”
DavidWalsh: Wrap Long Links with CSS.
Learn something new every day. Do read the comments as well for other techniques.
Circular - an open source Buffer app.
psdiff · simple psd file previews for git.
Neat, but for large projects … use another solution, methinks.
Modern Honey Network.
“Git-backed Evernote replacement.” Of interest.
Prahlad Yeri: PHP vs node.js - The REAL statistics.
NY Times: New Bug Found in Widely Used OpenSSL Encryption.
“But, in reality, OpenSSL had only one full-time developer and three “core” volunteer programmers in Europe, and operated on a budget of $2,000 in annual donations. This, despite the fact that OpenSSL is used to encrypt the majority of the world’s web servers and widely used by technology companies such as Amazon and Cisco.”
Guardian.UK: Inside the Guardian’s CMS - meet Scribe, an extensible rich text editor.
Of interest. Sounds good … proof is in the pudding, though.
I Remember. [Record memories, watch memories.]
I believe it was created by Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s. Pretty neat interface - do take a peek.
c|net: Dead and buried: Microsoft’s holy war on open-source software.
“The real world isn’t black and white—and there are open-source companies that sell proprietary software (e.g., Red Hat) and proprietary companies that use OSS to augment their commercial software and make it more attractive. As developer adoption of open-source software has grown to the 70 percent-plus level, I think most business units at Microsoft realized that treating it like ‘a cancer’ was self-defeating—they lost that battle a long time ago.” Ah, the ‘good old days.’
Felipe Contreras: Git v2.0.0, what changed, and why should you care.
Vesper 2.0 and Vesper Sync.
Which, BTW, if you read this, Brent, I have an answer for you RE: Why Skepticism About Templated and Scripted Sites? I was running both video graphics and print departments in the late ‘90’s. There’s a relatively easy answer, which you’ve already partially grokked.
Re-Cycled Air: Restoring a 14 Year Old Website.
igvita.com: Script-injected “async scripts” considered harmful.
SmashingMag: Next-Generation Responsive Web Design Tools: Webflow, Edge Reflow, Macaw.
Tuktuk - Simple (but powerful) RWD Framework.
SER: MetaFilter Shows Huge Google Traffic Loss; Google’s Cutts Says They’re Talking About It.
“It could be links, it could be ads, it could be Panda, it could be negative SEO, or it could be a bug with Google or the site. I am putting my money on it was a weird bug with Google that they never fixed.”
Top Open-Source Static Site Generators.
Another list. FYI.
Laravel Forge - PHP Hosting For Artisans.
Minimal, to be sure.