pixalry:

The IronMash Super Hero Series - Created by BossLogic

What if Iron Man made suits for other super heroes? This series by Boss Logic might give us a pretty good idea. Check out his website or Facebook for more of his IronMash series, and to keep up on his other awesome work.

The Batman kit looks sick. The others too, but I would like to think that were the DC and Marvel universes to exist together, Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark would have socialized enough for this to happen.

Can you guess which one is LTE and which one is the Candlewood Suites Wifi?

Let’s start with what in the hell they are doing to the routing that would cause Speedtest to think Arizona is the closest test server?

nicolegendary:

Geoff: I read that to my daughter!

Michael: I haven’t read it to my daughter yet.

Ray: I don’t… (sigh) I can’t read.

[x]

Lol. Ray.

journalofajournalist:


The most controversial articles on Wikipedia, sorted by language. (via Daily chart: Edit wars | The Economist)


It amused me that WWE Personnel makes the list, but the debate over whether the WWE constitutes a sport doesn’t make the cut…

journalofajournalist:

The most controversial articles on Wikipedia, sorted by language. (via Daily chart: Edit wars | The Economist)

It amused me that WWE Personnel makes the list, but the debate over whether the WWE constitutes a sport doesn’t make the cut…

Link Tony Arnold: Microsoft: Redux (Build 2014)

Apple (80,000 employees) is 20,000 Employees short of Microsoft’s count (100,000+), and though it seems like Microsoft has more breadth, I don’t know that things like the Xbox team and System Center teams aren’t balanced by the army of non-engineering employees Apple has manning the retail stores (that being just one example).

So yeah, I would tend to go one step further and say Microsoft does invest more resources in its developer tools and particularly the Azure platform. Microsoft has historically dumped untold sums of money into “the web”; throwing everything they can at the wall hoping something sticks, and I think they finally found a niche to exploit with Azure. Their engineering talent pool, combined with the desire for everything to be connected all the time, has allowed them to move rapidly into a space with A) Growth Potential, and B) a set of problems they are uniquely suited to solve. Amazon laid a lot of the groundwork for web services to come along and compete with, but I think as Azure continues to build steam, we are going to see them surpass Amazon.

Urgent security update

support:

Bad news: A major vulnerability has been disclosed for the technology that powers encryption across the majority of the internet. That includes Tumblr. Our team took immediate action to fix the issue, but you should still take some time to change your password, not only here but on any other sites you visit. 

You should also strongly consider enabling two-factor authentication. It’ll go a long way to ensure that no one besides you can access your account. Thanks, and take care.

Second the 2FA.

laughingsquid:

Persistent Cat Demands Attention While Human Plays Guitar Shredding Solo

This is why I can’t work from home. Well, the reasons are similar at least…

Joining the Tumblr iOS Team

bryan:

paulrehkugler:

I’m happy to announce that in roughly two weeks, I’ll be joining bryan, mb, and devindoty in building Tumblr for iOS.

🙌

Insta-follow…

A $15/hour minimum won’t result in major job losses because it would put money in the pockets of millions of low-wage workers who will spend it — thereby giving working families and the overall economy a boost, and creating jobs. (When I was Labor Secretary in 1996 and we raised the minimum wage, business predicted millions of job losses; in fact, we had more job gains over the next four years than in any comparable period in American history.)