Halloween may have been this past weekend, but that didn’t stop the working world. In fact, the holiday provided plenty of inspiration for designers, developers, and, of course, the internet. So, try not to fall out of your seats, and enjoy another week of the Spry Hive.
Superman isn’t the only one who can see through walls anymore, as developers at MIT have harnessed the superpower using wifi.
Move aside, Glass. Furthering the legacy of Star Trek, Dr. Jas Sanghera has proven the feasibility of transparent aluminum.
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Step up your internet game with the ultimate Gif dance party.
If you’ve never heard of Basecamp, it’s about time to catch up. As of Nov. 3rd, Basecamp 3 is already available.
Have you been a fan of Snapchat’s sense of anonymity? Well, the company just reserved the rights to store your selfies.
Evidently, after luring customers into using OneDrive with unlimited storage, Microsoft has decided to drop the too good to be true offer, resetting the max limit at 1 Terabyte.
Love the design of historic artifacts? Take a look at the Massimo and Lella Vignelli papers on Tumblr.
Acknowledging how creative our kids can be, the designers at Go Monster Project have created some stunning digital renditions of monster drawings from children.
Bring the weather to your users with Rain & Water Effects.
Interested in learning more about Apple’s cryptography?
Front-end development has been, well… developing. So, what do we know now about the community?
Watch out now, studies say your cat may want to kill you!
So, as you can see, the holiday weekend did everything but hinder the week’s productivity. Hopefully you found something worth sharing with friends and family. Don’t forget to stop by next week for another dose of the Spry Hive!