A stub is a short article which rounds up little bits of information that I’ve found throughout the week. These may be web or computer related, or they may be more general things. It’s more a personal log than an actual article, reminding me of things that I may’ve forgotten, but some of it may be of help to someone else!
It’s the first week back at Uni, after the lovely long holiday! But I’ve still managed to fit in some reading!
- If I thought the snow was bad last week, I had another thing coming!
- The Wii U’s web browser has really had some work put into it, the web on the TV is becoming a more and more important device to think about.
- Talking of the Wii U’s browser, people have started testing their HTML5 games on it! And some of them actually work!
- GIFs have been used for many things, but this week I found someone who has fitted an entire logo creation into an animated GIF. Quite relevant as I’ve been having a stab at logo creation myself!
- Thanks to this article, I had a little dig around and about the subject, and ended up stumbling across Jasmine, a testing library that I’d completely missed!
- I smirked when I saw this little post, but it’s not a completely crazy idea…
- Also The Verge commented on a nice project which allows you to look at films in a whole different way. The website has a few interesting results, especially between directors and genres of film.
- I was amused and amazed to hear about the man who had been outsourcing multiple jobs to another man in China, while reaping all the rewards (including a 6 figure salary!).
- Interesting to see Sony trying to move into the high-end phone market. Good luck to them, their phones look nice!
- I also saw a post with some “slap the forehead” moments about really simple ways to simplify your every day life.
- In Beta was neglected slightly this week, I’m a week behind and have only just heard episode 31, where they discuss all the new products at CES, including the interesting changes that developers have made since Apple have changed their connector to the Lightning connector . 5by5 | In Beta #31
- And finally, you’ve been tying your shoes wrong.