Computing, Tech · April 19, 2021November 18, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Engineer Man / programming Engineer Man on programming advice he would've given himselfWhat would you say to your younger self about programming? Computing, Tech · April 18, 2021December 11, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Adobe / inventions RIP Dr. Charles Geschke, co-founder of Adobe and co-inventor of the PDFGeschke is survived by his wife, three children, and seven grandchildren. Computing, Tech · April 7, 2021November 10, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Atari Portfolio / Python Recreating the PIN cracking scene from Terminator 2 with an Atari PortfolioWho needs Mr Robot when you have an Atari Portfolio and some rudimentary code to hack into ATMs? Computing, Tech · April 6, 2021November 18, 2021 by lukealexdavis · algorithms Would you let algorithms run your life for a week?One Wired journalist tried and it wasn’t as dystopian as you might think. Biology, Science · April 5, 2021January 22, 2022 by lukealexdavis · COVID-19 / explainers / vaccines / virology Why COVID-19 vaccines aren't comparable95%, 67%, 66%, what does it all mean? Engineering · April 4, 2021December 17, 2021 by lukealexdavis · bridges / canals / civil engineering / infrastructure / roads / Scotland / The Netherlands The Veluwemeer Aqueduct and navigable aqueductsAs Simon and Garfunkel once said, like a water bridge over troubled… roads? The Internet, The Web · March 31, 2021December 11, 2021 by lukealexdavis · programming / software / websites Web Development History and internet history from a dev perspectiveRelive the burgeoning days of the early Web with Web Development History. Biology, Science · March 28, 2021November 18, 2021 by lukealexdavis · animals / aquatic ecology Study shows alligators can regrow their tailsResearchers hope their findings will help lead to discoveries of new approaches to repairing injuries and treating diseases in alligators. Physics, Science · March 25, 2021November 15, 2021 by lukealexdavis · inventions / metals Kalliroscopes create fluid vortexes that mimic hurricanesThe grandson of a famous impressionist painting invented the kalliroscope and that’s what you call following a legacy. Engineering, Tech, The Internet · March 17, 2021December 10, 2021 by lukealexdavis · motors / music Awesome songs played by stepper motorsYou’ve not heard these classics until you’ve heard them on 4 rotating motors. Tech · March 7, 2021May 18, 2021 by lukealexdavis · cars / Formula 1 / security How the Williams FW43B Formula 1 car got leakedA Williams AR app got hacked, revealing info about their latest FW43B F1 car. Mathematics · March 3, 2021December 10, 2021 by lukealexdavis · data viz / money / Monopoly How many payments does it take to break even in Monopoly?Where should you buy property: Mediterranean Avenue or Boardwalk? Or both? Or neither? Find out how to break even on Monopoly with this handy table.Posts navigationPrevious 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 … 25 NextAboutLOGiCFACE is a STEM blog, focused on Black people and people of colour in the community. We also look at the lighter side of STEM, past and present, with a few memes thrown in for good measure.If you’d like to know more, check out our About page or email us at info at logicface.co.uk.We face the future in colour.Affiliate linksLOGiCFACE participates in the following affiliate programs:Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program that allows the site to earn commission by linking to Amazon.co.uk and affiliated sites.Bookshop Affiliate Programme, an affiliate programme which pays a 10% commission on every sale, and gives a matching 10% to independent bookshops.