Next week, The Paciello Group is sponsoring a 24 hour live stream of webinars on Accessibility and Inclusive design for the fourth consecutive year. The videos will presumably be available on YouTube after the event too, at least I hope they will. 🙂
My main source of scientific news since childhood has gone independent. The future for the magazine looks bright I hope. We are pleased to announce that New Scientist has been acquired by a company set up specifically to publish the magazine. This marks a return to independent ownership and operation for the first time in… Continue reading New Scientist goes independent
On Tuesday, Daniel Bachhuber published a list of advanced tips on using WP-CLI. My favourites in his list are wp rewrite list –match= (for debugging rewrite rules) and –prompt (when you don’t remember the arguments). If you’re a WordPress developer and don’t know what WP-CLI is, stop everything right now and go to wp-cli.org. https://danielbachhuber.com/2017/05/16/10-advanced-wp-cli-tricks/
Sam Biddle wrote for the Intercept on the recent WannaCry malware disaster. According to Sam, it’s not possible to name a single culprit for what happened, but militarism and greed are the two main forces at play here. This bit stood out to me: Microsoft also did not create WannaCry. But it did create something something nearly as bad: Windows… Continue reading Microsoft’s Role in WannaCry
Can’t remember a Spring like this. In other news: it’s a girl!