I Got a Knuth Check for 0x$3.00

Donald Knuth is a computer scientist who is so committed to the correctness of his books that he offers one US hexadecimal dollar ($2.56, 0x$1.00) for any “bug” found in his books, where a bug…

What Its Like for Blue-Collar Guys Who Become…

Karl Grueschow had just entered his twenties and begun a college career when the unexpected happened: His father committed suicide. Grueschow’s own life went into a tailspin, and he decided he couldn’t handle both school…

The Google city that has angered Toronto

Image copyright Sidewalk Labs Image caption Google-affiliate Sidewalk Labs had big plans for its internet-based smart city It was meant to be a vision of how we will all live in future - a smart…

S. Korean government to switch to Linux: ministry

The government will switch the operating system of its computers from Windows to Linux, the Ministry of the Interior and Safety said Thursday. The Interior Ministry said the ministry will be test-running Linux on its…

I used CSS Grid to lay out data…

Now that we've launched, I can finally talk about the secret project I've been working on for the last two years. One interesting piece of the Teamwork CRM puzzle was the "list view". It's a…

Translating an ARM iOS App to Intel macOS…

When Apple introduced Bitcode and made it mandatory on watchOS and tvOS, they kinda hand-waved away questions about why it existed, with nebulous claims about it being useful to tune-up binaries by utilizing the latest…