Sublime Text 3 just dropped the biggest update in nearly a year with build 3103. A handful of bug fixes sprinkled among various fine tuning and even a couple of new bits are included with this build. The official blog post highlights a few things …
Wondering what ever happened to that awesome looking Digest publication? Me too! I’ve been checking the Digest site for updates ever since my post and only just recently dug deep enough to discover that Viewport Industries permanently closed their doors.
Fret not! It seems there is a similar publication that picks up the torch that Digest dropped. Lagom, A new lifestyle magazine celebrating innovation & creativity, is £5 for the PDF version and £10 for the print version (I’m unsure if this includes the PDF version as of yet) with an option to save if you subscribe.
The periodical appears to be a biannual — #1 is available now with issue #2 coming Spring 2015 and #3 in the Autumn, so a subscription is broken down to save you £2 if you subscribe for two issues and £6 if you subscribe to three; the final price being £18 and £24 respectively.
If anyone purchases an issue, why not let us know what you think of it in the comments below?
I’ve only been following Uncrate for about a year or two so I had no idea they were passing a 10 year anniversary. To celebrate, they are entering the print magazine business with some high quality, coffee table worthy quarterlies starting with Winter 2014. Uncrate describes …
Google releases new information on creating mobile friendly sites including a new and easy tool for testing the mobile-friendliness of your sites. The Google Webmaster Central blog has a post titled Helping users find mobile-friendly pages with more information.
Micah Lee gives us a wonderfully fascinating, long-form article covering his initial contact by Ed Snowden, the open source tools used and their subsequent communications and achievements.
The article, Ed Snowden Taught Me To Smuggle Secrets Past Incredible Danger. Now I Teach You. touches on security, tracking and encryption with just enough explanations to keep the non-technical readers understanding high without breaking the flow of the story.
As the story advances, so do the methods to avoid tracking and maintain anonymity on the Internet. The final reveal, a 30-page white paper on the open source tools used to communicate with Snowden, is an even longer read than the article. While the white paper is over a year old (with a note saying a revised edition is in the works), it looks like it could be interesting to peruse as well (I haven’t yet).