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Okay, this is awesome. A complete transistor level simulation of the 6502 processor, done via a process that involves melting the cover of the chip with 200°F hot sulfuric acid to expose the die, taking 72 microscope images, stitching then together to make a 342Mpixel image, and then finding polygons that represent wires and transistor to then emulate the whole thing in software.

The slides from the SIGGRAPH talk are great:
http://www.visual6502.org/docs/6502_in_action_14_web.pdf
Visual Transistor-level Simulation of the 6502 CPU and other chips! Welcome to Visual6502.org! Here we'll slowly but surely present our small team's effort to preserve, study, and document historic computers. We aim to present our work in a visual, intuitive manner for education and inspiration, ...
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Introducing the Dart Enhancement Proposal (DEP) process.

Our developers have asked for more insight into the spec discussion process, and for a formal way to seed the spec process with proposals. Today, we're happy to announce Dart Enhancement Proposals as the primary way for the Dart team and the larger Dart community to work together to evolve the Dart language and libraries.
In July 2014, Ecma published the first version of the Dart language specification. Ecma TC52 continues to release updated versions with new features (for example, async/await). Our developers have asked for more insight into ...
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Can't wait to pick this up.
Remember View-Master? That hunk of plastic you held up to your face, stuck cardboard reels into and advanced through 3D images of landscapes, animals and
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After 15 years after Cluetrain, (16 if you have the math), +Doc Searls and I have posted New Clues. In 1999 we were driven to post (along with +Christopher Locke and +Rick Levine ) because the media and businss were getting the Web so wrong. This time it's as a response to the somber-to-depressed mood even among Net optimists. 

We've done this as an open source publishing project: it's in the public domain and we've posted the clues at GitHub in application-friendly formats, including JSON, XML, and OPML. We're thrilled that +Dave Winer has already created a "listicle" version. And Medium has taken all the text, redesigned it, slapped on a new title, and posted it. 

Curious to know what you think of it.
Hear, O Internet. It has been sixteen years since our previous communication. In that time the People of the Internet — you and me and all our friends of friends of friends, unto the last Kevin Bacon — have made the Internet an awesome place, filled with wonders and portents.
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Beautiful math in all browsers

+MathJax is an open source JavaScript display engine for mathematics that works in all browsers.
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Pharo 4.0 Released! Dear World,. Pharo 4.0 is here! Pharo is a pure object-oriented programming language and a powerful environment, focused on simplicity and immediate feedback. Many things have changed in Pharo. Here are some highlights: Inspector/Playground/Spotter are new moldable ...
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Today, at the very same day IESG has approved HTTP/2, there are 32 implementations listed in the wiki (and I know there are more being worked on as some aren't listed yet).

And I uploaded a new revision of #http2 explained with lots of fixes.
This document describes the protocol HTTP/2 at a technical and protocol level. Background, the protocol, the implementations and the future. This is a "living document" in the sense that I keep posting updates, and I care about and value feedback, questions and comments I get about it.
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'L'Éclipse, avril 1912' by Eugène Atget born #onthisday 158 years ago. See this photograph in high resolution with +George Eastman House at http://goo.gl/hCeJRW and zoom in to see the faces of the people and enjoy the architecture. #art #photography  
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At the Dart summit, we should all dress like that.
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When we publicly launched Freebase back in 2007, we thought of it as a "Wikipedia for structured data." So it shouldn't be surprising that we've been closely watching the Wikimedia Foundation's project Wikidata[1] since it launched about two years ago. We believe strongly in a robust community-driven effort to collect and curate structured knowledge about the world, but we now think we can serve that goal best by supporting Wikidata -- they’re growing fast, have an active community, and are better-suited to lead an open collaborative knowledge base.

So we've decided to help transfer the data in Freebase to Wikidata, and in mid-2015 we’ll wind down the Freebase service as a standalone project. Freebase has also supported developer access to the data, so before we retire it, we’ll launch a new API for entity search powered by Google's Knowledge Graph.

Loading Freebase into Wikidata as-is wouldn't meet the Wikidata community's guidelines for citation and sourcing of facts -- while a significant portion of the facts in Freebase came from Wikipedia itself, those facts were attributed to Wikipedia and not the actual original non-Wikipedia sources. So we’ll be launching a tool for Wikidata community members to match Freebase assertions to potential citations from either Google Search or our Knowledge Vault[2], so these individual facts can then be properly loaded to Wikidata. 

We believe this is the best first step we can take toward becoming a constructive participant in the Wikidata community, but we’ll look to continually evolve our role to support the goal of a comprehensive open database of common knowledge that anyone can use.

Here are the important dates to know:

Before the end of March 2015
- We’ll launch a Wikidata import review tool
- We’ll announce a transition plan for the Freebase Search API & Suggest Widget to a Knowledge Graph-based solution

March 31, 2015
- Freebase as a service will become read-only
- The website will no longer accept edits 
- We’ll retire the MQL write API

June 30, 2015
- We’ll retire the Freebase website and APIs[3]
- The last Freebase data dump will remain available, but developers should check out the Wikidata dump[4]

The Knowledge Graph team at Google

[1] http://wikidata.org
[2] http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~nlao/publication/2014.kdd.pdf
[3] https://developers.google.com/freebase/v1/
[4] http://dumps.wikimedia.org/wikidatawiki/
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Meet Peter, one of the solar-powered benches born in the Media Lab gracing Boston’s landscape. By spring 2015, designers Jutta Friedrichs, Sandra Richter, and Nan Zhao intend on planting 100+ more Soofas around the city.
This is Peter. He was born at the MIT Media Lab by Changing Environments and brings you free solar-powered charging for your phone. Peter is one of a dozen Soofas (solar-powered benches) currently in Boston designed by three women; Jutta Friedrichs, Sandra Richter, and Nan Zhao.
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Making it a special #XMas on the #Arduino Store with #Gift Guides http://buff.ly/1yfBA8O #kids #IoT #Fashion #HomeLab
Regardless of your budget, time and flair, there's a perfect pick to put under your friends' and relatives' tree this year. We created a series of Gift Guides to help you be more relaxed and efficient in finding the best solution for all. You can check below and find out also some good news ...
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