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This quirky 2015 diary will ensure you’re always disappointed

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This diary design is anything but disappointing




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Apple reportedly paying internet providers to ensure speedy delivery of its data

Apparently has turned on its new content-delivery network, and is reportedly paying Comcast and other big ISPs to move hardware into their data center and build direct interconnects to their networks. This is the exact same evolution that Netflix has been going through, building out its own CDN and agreeing to pay ISPs for interconnection. The major difference is that Netflix has loudly opposed the fact that ISPs can charge a fee for this arrangement, while Apple has stayed mum on the issue.

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Why you should ensure that your site has rhythm

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There has been a lot of talk in the industry recently about the technical aspects of a ‘fast’ website. This is well-founded: page loading speed is incredibly important. But I’d argue that a page design that has good visual rhythm is equally important, especially if your page is long with lots of copy and graphics.




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Brewseful: A new app to ensure the perfect coffee, no matter the brewing method

Brewseful


by Emily Bihl With the rise in coffee culture ever increasing and popularizing many intriguing brewing methods—from Chemex to Aeropress to the Kone Brewing System—our morning routines often consist of much more than pressing a button. To help keep it all…

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7 ways to ensure your showreel stands out from the crowd

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This article has been brought you in collaboration with HP ZED, a first-of-its-kind series of pop-up events for the creative community. See all the articles in this series here. To get a job in animation, 3D or visual effects, you need a killer showreel. But what that means from the point of view of the people who actually watch them may surprise you.




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Rdio lays off untold number of employees to ‘ensure a scalable business model’

Rdio is today feeling the effects of its ongoing war with Spotify and other music streaming services. The company has confirmed layoffs that affect a number of employees — up to one-third of its entire staff, according to TechCrunch. Rdio says the unfortunate move will ultimately help “improve its cost structure and ensure a scalable business model for the long-term.” Rdio isn’t revealing any specific numbers to counteract the bad news, but the company insists things are looking up. “Since the end of last year, we’ve tripled our number of new users,” a spokesperson told TechCrunch. Rdio also says that 90 percent of users now subscribe to its $ 9.99 unlimited streaming plan, a healthy conversion rate by any standard.

But clearly Rdio…

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How to Ensure Your Website Represents Your Brand

The way that you present your company to your existing and potential customers is one of the most important factors for the image that you project to the world. BeingRead More

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The problems that manufacturers face to ensure day-to-day parts reliability

Failure curve

Any object put through its paces in day-to-day use will inevitably fail, but the question for manufacturers is how long they can ensure reliability. Wired reports on how companies such as Ford go to great lengths to research and stress test the materials they use to construct their products to try and avoid failures. Longevity is key, but trying to simulate long-term use for certain parts in the real world comes with its own problems. Ultimately, the goal is to test everything using computer software, with the early stages of Vextec modelling helping to accurately simulate the life of parts and components.

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The problems that manufacturers face to ensure day-to-day parts reliability

Failure curve

Any object put through its paces in day-to-day use will inevitably fail, but the question for manufacturers is how long they can ensure reliability. Wired reports on how companies such as Ford go to great lengths to research and stress test the materials they use to construct their products to try and avoid failures. Longevity is key, but trying to simulate long-term use for certain parts in the real world comes with its own problems. Ultimately, the goal is to test everything using computer software, with the early stages of Vextec modelling helping to accurately simulate the life of parts and components.

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