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Sometimes we need to serve static content and share it using HTTP protocol, but we don’t want to setup a full HTTP Server such as Apache or Lighttpd. If we’re in a Linux (or Mac OS X), we can use python’s http server.
Python provides a Simple HTTP Server, which can be executed by any user in a…
If you deal with maintaining any GitHub pages I really recommend checking out this article.
Ever had that frustration of forgetting the password you need to log on to your Windows computer, or maybe you typed the password wrong when you were setting it up…
Either way, you need access to your computer!
Now, I’m not writing this to bash any operating system. The fact is, once you have…
Dutch artist Sabi van Hemert creates sculptures of figures that combine childlike poses with alien looks. Check out more of her work here.
Knelt Desk and Seat for Children by Ubiquity Design Studio - The Knelt seat and desk combo is an innovative kneeling stool and low desk for children that naturally encourages an optimal posture for positive spinal development in young kids. With conventional seating, most kids tend to hunch putting strain on their lil necks, shoulders and backs but this desk promotes a healthy straight spine.
This well designed and beautifully constructed molded desk and seat can be used for many indoor activities such as creative writing, drawing and colouring, reading and homework, using a laptop or iPad, playing video games or watching TV. It’s contemporary look is perfectly suited for any modern home and looks great in a living room.
Available at ubiquitydesignstudio.co.uk in Birch, Oak and Walnut. Best suited for kids from ages 3 to 10.
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Hello, fellow code monkeys.
Look at your editor. Now back at mine. Now back at yours. Now back to mine. Sadly your editor is not like mine. But if you stopped using noob-scented editor, and switched to Sublime Text 2, your editor could look like mine.
Look down. Back up. Where are you?
You are on a desk with the editor your editor could look like.
What’s in your hand? Back at me. I have it! It’s a package control with several handy plugins that you would love. Look again. The plugins are now diamonds. Anything is possible when your editor looks like Sublime Text 2 and not Eclipse.
I’m on a horse.
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