Igor Chubin's wttr.in shows the weather in non-proportional ASCII-art form. It's beautiful, clean and completely legible, unlike almost every modern weather service on the web. On my terminal (Windows, Chrome) the rendering of Lucida Sans Typewriter seems not quite perfect: a pixel too wide here and there. I think it's because of the unicode directional arrows for the wind, perhaps in combination with me browsing on Windows.
Update: Reader SemTek points out that you can get "true" text weather with the shell command
finger [your city]@graph.no.
Venice, Italy was hit with a storm that put three-quarters of the city under water.
There’s something about the detail and dimensionality of this animation that really sends a shiver down my spine.
If I weren’t in Ontario on assignment right now, I’d be home swearing under my breath at the foot-deep blanket of snow that ambushed Alberta. Jens Lindemann wasn’t lucky enough to dodge the storm. Lindemann, who grew up in Alberta, is a world-class trumpeter who’s played for Queen Elizabeth II and soloed at Carnegie Hall. […]
For the true audio enthusiast, there’s a lot of difference between putting on some songs “for background music” and a true listening experience. For the latter, there’s nothing like a pair of sturdy headphones and the powerful speakers that come with them. And the wireless variety doesn’t get much more powerful than the TREBLAB Z2 […]
Digital or analog, there’s a path of least resistance for any project. Finding that path is what the Agile methodology is all about, which is why proficiency in it is a must for any project management position – and the paycheck that comes with it. And the quickest path to learning Agile? The Agile Project […]
Everybody’s flown a paper airplane. But what if you could fly on a paper airplane? Until we invent shrink-ray technology, the PowerUp X FPV Video Paper Airplane Kit will have to do – but it’s as fun as that sounds and more. The original version of this creative toy added drone tech to the old, […]