Water is everywhere. A potato is 80 per cent water, a cow 74 per cent, a bacterium 75 per cent. A tomato, at 95 per cent, is little but water. Even humans are 65 per cent water, making us more liquid than solid by a margin of almost two to one.
Have you ever wondered “what should I eat to be healthy?”
Michael Pollan’s short answer to the “supposedly incredibly complicated and confusing question of what we humans should eat in order to be maximally healthy” is seemingly simple…
Eat right. Drink enough water. Life heavy stuff (particularly for men who want to have a healthy amount of lean muscle mass). Sit less. Move more. Have healthy sleeping habits. Get safe amounts of sunlight in order to get enough vitamin D.
When we talk about refresh rate we are referring to the display itself (e.g. your TV, monitor or smartphone screen). When we talk about frame rate it is to do with the content as opposed to the display itself.
Ctrl + Shift + T – probably my personal favorite. Have you ever accidentally closed a tab, or closed it and thought “crap I still need it” – well this shortcut is for you. It will immediately restore the last tab you closed allowing you to continue right where you left off!
Have you ever felt like you are in a rut lately? Increasingly irritable and impatient? Triggered by the slightest of annoyances during the day? A loss of ability to focus?
You can use JSON to represent just about any object. This is a form of abstraction. Of modeling the real world, which is a core concept in computing, which is really in large part about modeling the physical world into digital form. Think about anything you might use daily and they can be modeled (and probably have already been) in the digital world.