Being into woodworking and tree identification simultaneously is super problematic. I want to use trees and save them at the same time. Another frustration is that lumber folks and tree science folks do not agree. The most popular lumber tree in the Western United States is the Douglas-fir (the dash
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Note: Due to translation differences and conventions, some names (including that of the author himself) may be spelled differently than in other sources. The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky is a classic drama. The book is largely comprised of major dramatic scenes (which, incidentally, lends itself well to adaptation as a
Chrome 47 brought a new change, and one that's caused a lot of confusion and irritation for some WebRTC developers. Despite the warnings and PSAs from the WebRTC team at Google, and the console deprecation warning, some didn't get the message that getUserMedia now requires that the requesting app be
Single Page Applications are awesome. One downside is that static SPAs often have to authenticate with some service or API in order to coordinate some communication, access some data, or connect to other users, and that connection has an inherent security risk: How do you connect to a secure service
A few months ago, Philipp Hancke from &yet posted Improved Screensharing UX on Talky which specifically addresses the UX for first-time users. The problem being addressed is threefold: In Chrome, desktop capture for screen sharing is enabled via the desktopCapture Chrome extension API, so when first-time users try to