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If Gregor had wanted to be tortured like this, we can't endure it.

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Not so much a tutorial as more of a walkthrough I guess. Still worth the watch!

Saw this posted a couple of days ago by Daniel Shiffman on Twitter; incredibly fun and informative in youtube.com/watch?v=Cp5WWtMoeK

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Not all of my science and data visualizations are created with code. For the last 10+ years, I've been creating models of varying complexity with kids of all ages in I formal science learning settings.

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Have you heard about this new cool AMP feature that means you can't be sure that the URL you see in an address bar belongs to the server delivering the content? blog.cloudflare.com/announcing

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Gregor Samsa woke from it in alarm because of business considerations.

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“Adam Roberts suggests that Teletubbies constitutes an example of radical utopian fiction. In this reading, the Teletubbies are an advanced culture which has eliminated all need to work, worry, or struggle in any way, and regressed into a childlike state. Roberts positions the Teletubbies as the endpoint of the science-fictional idea of paradise based on infantilisation.”
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teletu

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Oh, DHL signs their delivery notifications? That's neat! Does anybody know how Evolution knows that it's actually their key?

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