Develop native Mac apps with HTML/JS/CSS: MacGap

MacGap provides HTML/JS/CSS developers an Xcode project for developing native OS X Apps. These Apps run in OS X’s WebView and take advantage of WebKit technologies. ~ MacGap.

Google Can Now Tell Youre Not a Robot With Just One Click | WIRED

On Wednesday, Google announced that many of its “Captchas”—the squiggled text tests designed to weed out automated spambots—will be reduced to nothing more than a single checkbox next to the statement “I’m not a robot.” No more typing in distorted words or numbers; Google says it can, in many cases, tell the difference between a person or an automated program simply by tracking clues that don’t involve any user interaction. The giveaways that separate man and machine can be as subtle as how he or she (or it) moves a mouse in the moments before that single click. via Google Can Now Tell Youre Not a Robot With Just One Click | WIRED

Your Wishes Delivered: Driver for a Day – YouTube

I’ve always appreciated our UPS drivers. This time of year, I’ve often secretly relished being a seasonal UPS Wing Man. I like the idea of having my route, my truck, and my deliveries. The four year old in this YouTube video takes my affinity to the next level. This one will bring a smile to your face.

4-year-old Carson developed a friendship with his UPS driver, Mr. Ernie, when he began receiving shipments of special milk. Carson has become fascinated by all things UPS. He wishes to be just like his pal, so UPS made Carson a UPS driver for a day. ~ Your Wishes Delivered: Driver for a Day – YouTube.

The Real-Life Community Inside the ‘Abandoned’ Skyscraper From Homeland | WIRED

The Tower of David is an imposing monolith that looms 45 stories over downtown Caracas, Venezuela. The luxurious skyscraper, erected in 1990, was later abandoned to the locals and transformed into a unique, self-governing community. The eclectic marriage of squatter’s ingenuity and crumbling architecture has made it a place of fascination, one most recently seen in an episode of Homeland. Photographer Alejandro Cegarra documents the citizens who laid claim to the empty giant, chronicling an unusual community within its walls. via WIRED