Sunday, October 19, 2014
Tyupkin: Manipulating ATM Machines with Malware is an interesting breakdown on some ATM Malware found in the wild. It’s a quick and interesting read.
The article contains this statement, which is a very polite way of saying “Stop running fucking Windows XP”:
The fact that many ATMs run on operating systems with known security weaknesses and the absence of security solutions is another problem that needs to be addressed urgently.
Google Translate Chrome extension can zoom in on short bits of text – very handy if you need occasional translation of a phrase and need to keep the page in its original language. I’ve been using a different extension for this up until now, and switching to Google’s one is pleasing me greatly. It’s a lot slicker.
Get the extension here.
Friday, September 26, 2014
Sunday, August 31, 2014
I’ve had this link open in a browser tab for a few days now, and have gone back to it a few times looking through them. It’s an exercise in perspective and gratitude. Anyway, enough of that, may I present to you: The Most Depressing Home Offices Ever.
The other day I learned what “Swatting” is: Dangerous prank brings SWAT team down on gamer
Those crazy streamers.
How to Customize the Look and Functionality of OS X – some useful tips. It’s interesting that some of these things can’t be done natively in OSX.
Also useful: Customize OS X's Login Screen with Any Logo You Want
Monday, August 11, 2014
Everyone needs a regular reminder of the awesomeness that is the Internet. May I present to you: http://slugsolos.tumblr.com/
If you travelled back into the past, and asked web developers of the era whether they thought this headline was real or a joke, how do you think they’d have answered?
Microsoft is fixing IE11 on mobile because web developers aren't following standards
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
The constant stream of posts containing lists of plugins is never ending, however this one contained a couple which looked interesting and worth following up.
jQuery Grab-Bag: 10 New Plugins – the ones that caught my attention were ChatJS (which also comes with a server side implementation for ASP.NET/SignalR out of the box), List.js (because lists are cool), and the Bootstrap YouTube Popup Player Plugin simply because it has potential to be useful in customer sites.
Monday, July 07, 2014
Browser Statistics and Trends – an interesting read, even if it does have a heavy developer bias.
Friday, June 27, 2014
There’s a lot of articles for people who love Crossfit, as well as articles for it. This is one of the anti-Crossfit ones that I read. Anyway, when you watch the video above you can certainly see how the emphasis on going hard and fast can lead people to slack off on form, leading to injury.
Sunday, June 15, 2014
Possibly useful for anyone who wants a quick overview of the language’s syntax and doesn’t want to read through a bunch of lengthy blog posts to get it.
Link: Swift cheat sheet
Thursday, May 29, 2014
BLACKHAWK SECRETARY | BY RESTORATION HARDWARE – I wish I had a reason to use this because “it’s compact and space saving” rather than “it looks cool and mysterious and shit”.