@lifewitheeepc tweet digest: 02/24 – 03/01/2013
Here’s a quick summary of some noteworthy tweets for computing and technology enthusiasts:
- A quote from Walt Disney about achieving the impossible.
- The Toolbox, a collection of “time-saving apps, tools, and widgets from around the web,” ideal for web designers and developers.
- A web app that inspects HTML markup from any web page you input and returns a count of how many times an HTML 5 element appears in the web page’s code. The HTML elements are displayed in a layout similar to the periodic table of elements used in Chemistry.
- HackerThings, a one-stop shop for hackers, tinkerers, gadgeteers and electronics do-it-yourselfers.
- Downloadable and online versions of Killer Game Programming in Java, by Andrew Davison; ideal for Java developers interested in developing reusable 3-D gaming libraries.
- Ten ways to repurpose old computers and gadgets.
- Previous @lifewitheeepc tweet digest that includes a tweet about scientists printing embryonic stem cells on 3-D printers…and more.
The actual tweets were posted by @lifewitheeepc between February 24 and March 1, 2013.
“It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.”~Walt Disney | http://is.gd/PUnPK0 #qotw #quotation
Last week’s highlights: Scientists Successfully 3D-Print Embryonic #StemCells… & more | http://is.gd/kIivGy
TheToolbox: A Collection of Time-Saving #Apps, Tools, and Widgets from the Web (via @TheToolbox_) | http://is.gd/262p7q
Periodic Table of the #HTML5 Elements (via @joshduck) | http://is.gd/J242bJ #webdev #coding
HackerThings: Products for the Discerning Hacker (via @hackerthings) | http://is.gd/6oox4B #computing #hobbyist
#Free #eBook: ‘Killer Game #Programming in #Java’ by Andrew Davison | http://is.gd/X6CVhs #coding
10 Ways to #Repurpose Old #Gadgets (via @lifehacker) | http://is.gd/8srzDc #tech