The likes of Google, Mailchimp, and Stack Overflow have generated reports about the state of the Web in 2020.
STEM (science, tech, engineering, and mathematics) owes a great deal to Black pioneers. Here are 7 of them.
Stanisław Lem was notorious for his neologisms and the difficulty in translating them. Here are 6 that predicted future technologies.
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This list of 17 non-fiction books school-age children showcase the Black scientists and inventors that have enriched STEM for decades.
Want to learn how to code in Python? Here are 7 things I learnt from learning it for anyone looking to start.
Do you really only need 5 hours of sleep? Is “resting your eyes” as good as actual sleep? Two sleep experts debunk 15 common sleep myths.
Everyone loves a life hack and UrAvgConsumer has 10 of them already and we’re not even halfway through the year. UrAvgConsumer is back with another top 10 list of tech life hacks. Advanced users might already know about some – or all – of these but many of us don’t. The good thing is there’s …
The New York coding school compiled a list of 15 organisations who “actively support black coders”.
Twitter is trialling an extension to its character limit for tweets – from 140 to 280. Seeing as they find combatting online abuse and Nazism so arbitrary, here are some meaningless facts about the number 280. 280 is an octagonal number Greek mathematician Pappus geometrically demonstrated the property of the center of gravity in 280AD …