This post is part of a weekly series featuring the latest buzz around the Spry Hive.
This week we hosted St. Louis DevOps monthly meetup. The topic (presented by Spry partner Julia Koelsch) was Ansible. If you want to get in on this meetup, you can join the group here.
The Web & Apps
Compare and shop for TV, internet, and phone services, starting with Comcast, in the new Amazon Cable Store.
For the time-crunched bookworms out there, check out Serial Reader, a new iOS app with huge educational potential, that serves up bits and pieces of classic literature.
See what the world’s top architecture firms created when The Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) in Chicago sent them each 1,200 white legos for their newest exhibit.
Since the 1940’s, Batman and Superman movies have had one iconic poster after another. Take a look back at some of the classics and see what The Poster Boys have come up with for Batman vs. Superman.
Web Design & Development
The Accessibility Team and WordPress are combining forces, announcing a set of Accessibility Coding Standards for all new or updated code releases.
Make your life significantly easier with these dirty tricks for front-end developers.
While on the topic of front-end, head over to Sitepoint to learn more about cleaning up a CSS codebase.
Discover which Irish novel was so good that people have been afraid of translating it for almost 70 years, until now.
The third full week of March saw the unfortunate passing of two revolutionary minds. Andy Grove (79), former CEO of the tech giant Intel, left his mark world as one of the integral pioneers of the personal computer, while Malik Taylor (45), also known as Phife Dawg from A Tribe Called Quest, brought a social consciousness to hip-hop and helped shape the world of music as we know it.
Get in the mood for Easter with these hilariously anthropomorphic pictures of Peeps.
Not all Easter bunnies cute and cuddly, something clearly portrayed in a new Tumblr feed titled Sketchy Bunnies.
Enjoy the holiday weekend and don’t forget to fly by next week for more buzz around the Spry Hive.