Archive for June 2018

10 Hello World programs for your Raspberry Pi “Hello world” is the beginning of everything when it comes to computing and programming. Having a nice simple readable “hello world” program makes for a good intro for beginners learning your language, library, framework, or tool. This article shows ten different “hello world” programs that can be run on the Raspberry Pi using its

Save The Link Linking is the foundation of the Web. Links are what empower us to access the greatest collection of human knowledge. Outdated media publishers are successfully lobbying all over the world to restrict linking on the Internet. Tell decision-makers that you oppose regulations that aim to censor links. One service that you can use for

Friday Fun: What’s All This Prank Stuff, Anyhow? Who says engineers don’t have a sense of humor? Remember the WOM, inspired partly by the Umac 606 phantasatron? The DEAD diode? Many of the early analog electronic greats were inveterate pranksters – and sometimes the prank made the papers and history. This article tells the story of some famous electronics design pranks.

Apple releases from WWDC 2018 Apple had on Monday’s WWDC 2018 a keynote presentation that announced new product updates. Apple issued initial beta versions of its upcoming platform upgrades, including iOS 12, macOS 10.14 Mojave, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12.