All posts by Web Monkey

IBM has a problem with Google’s Open Usage Commons

Enlarge / Nobody from IBM is proposing any lawsuits over Google’s addition of Istio to its new Open Usage Commons foundation. But they’re not happy about it. (credit: Nick Youngson)…
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Operator Collective brings diversity and inclusion to enterprise investing

When Mallun Yen started Operator Collective last year, she wanted to build an investment firm for people who didn’t have a voice in Silicon Valley. That meant connecting women and…

Level Up: 20 years on, Final Fantasy 9 is still the series’ crown jewel

If you speak to a hardcore fan of Final Fantasy, many will argue that the “golden age” of Square Enix’s flagship franchise took place across the original duo of PlayStation…
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Hackaday Podcast 075: 3D Printing Japanese Joinery, Android PHONK, One-Armed Time Bandit, and Whistling Bridges

Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams scoop up a basket of great hacks from the past week. Be amazed by the use of traditional Japanese joinery in a 3D-printed…
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Frontier misled subscribers about Internet speeds and prices, AG finds

Enlarge / A Frontier Communications service van. (credit: Mike Mozart / Flickr) settlement that will force Frontier Communications to pay a $900,000 fine and force the new owner of Frontier’s…
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Hear from James Alonso and Adam Zagaris how to draw up your first contracts at Early Stage

You just got your first customer! You just hired your first employee! You just got your first VC investor! These are huge milestones in the life of a startup and…
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Toshiba’s UL20 is a budget TV with all the trimmings

Toshiba has announced details of another budget TV, with the UL20 featuring Dolby Vision HDR and prices starting at £299. The UL20 comes in five sizes from 43-to 65-inches, and…
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Turning a Waterjet Cutter into a Wood Lathe, For No Reason

On the shortlist of dream tools for most metalworkers is a waterjet cutter, a CNC tool that uses insanely high-pressure water mixed with abrasive grit to blast sheet metal into…
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Google Play apps with 500,000 downloads subscribe users to costly services

Enlarge (credit: portal gda / Flickr) Google Play have been caught up in a tense dance over the past decade. The hackers sneak malware into the Google-owned Android app repository.…
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The latest news in SEO and WordPress: July 2020

Every few weeks we have an SEO News video in which Jono Alderson and I, along with other experts, share the latest SEO news with our academy subscribers. Last week,…