Roller coasters and preteens weren’t the only ones breaking records and setting precedents this week, so enjoy another dose of the Spry Hive and catch up on all the news!
This week in Tech brought quite a touching story… Researchers at Johns Hopkins have developed a neural prosthetic that returns the sensation of touch to its owner.
This one on the other hand… has us seeing red.
Users Beware: Some websites are beginning to identify and strike back against those running ad blockers.
Facebook is finally developing a dislike button, but they are exploring options that would make the feature less alienating and more empathetic.
Almost immediately after Facebook spoke their piece, designers jumped right into the challenge of designing empathy.
Your design team becoming too chummy and designs too processed? Don’t forget that it’s okay to fight with each other.
Life becomes stagnant when learning is no longer constant, so check out these 50 books every web designer should read.
It’s no secret that the Web has been held together with popsicle sticks and glue. It’s been a fun ride, HTTP, but it’s time to move on.
Forked a repo and can’t get up? You may need first aid for git.
Web designers, ensure that you’re pleasing users instead of making them sick. Take these resources for a spin and learn how to make your animations more accessible.
Our stomachs are already dropping and turning at the sight of Cedar Point’s newest world-record breaking roller coaster.
What is this magic? Trust us when we say your life will change after trying these cotton candy grapes.
Forget the gondola men of Venice. Visit Osaka, but not without your wasabi! Evidently, the city’s turned their river into a conveyor belt of floating sushi.
Space exploration is inherently exciting, but we were on the edge of our seats reading about these two preteens who sent a homemade ship to the edge of space.
So, keep an eye out for giant balloons in the atmosphere and new features on Facebook. Don’t forget to stop by next week, as it will surely bring even more exciting news!