Do not miss: useful links of the week, May 31rd 2015
I’ll post here, each week, some links about Web, Design, Technology etc. that I found useful, interesting or even funny. Here’s this week selection:
Fully open-source, this tool allows keyboard navigation, screen reader (such as JAWS) use, remote navigation, etc.
Let me Google that for you
If you also sometimes feel the need to shout loud at Internet peoples to please search by themselves (RTFM, for dev people), lmgtfy is for you. Enter the word you’re looking for, and a simple animation will show the lazy people how a Google search works, then head them to Google results pages.
With a good ol’ message: “Was it that hard?”
If you have to realise screencasts where Terminal is involved, you may need Asciinema. Once installed, running `asciinema rec` opens a shell and starts recording. Once done, simply input `Ctrl + D` then Enter to upload the session.
Moreover, generated screencats are embedable.
TED Talk: A 3D atlas of the universe
“For the last 12 years, Carter Emmart has been coordinating the efforts of scientists, artists and programmers to build a complete 3D visualization of our known universe. He demos this stunning tour and explains how it’s being shared with facilities around the world”
That’s really impressive! Enjoy !
Numi is an alternative calculator for Mac OS X (requires Yosemite). It can handles coomplex operations such as dealing with currencies and “classic” operations at the same time.
Sometimes images are better than word, here’s the demo from Numi.io website