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Driving Progress: Northern Data AG is Building a Sustainable Global Infrastructure to Support High-Performance Computing

Northern Data’s HPC Infrastructure

Northern Data AG, the product of a merger between Germany-based Northern Bitcoin AG and Whinstone US, Inc., is building a global infrastructure for high-performance... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
3/12/2020
Manage Online Identity with Pobox: A Lifetime Email Provider Focused on the Creation and Administration of Aliases

Manage Online Identity with Pobox

Pobox, a specialist in email forwarding and personal domains, has built its business around putting consumers in charge of their email for 25 years. The company aims... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
3/10/2020
Designed for Developers: Bluefish’s Open-Source Code Editor Supports a Sea of Programming and Markup Languages

Bluefish’s Open-Source Code Editor

Bluefish, a robust code editor built for programmers and web developers, has been helping users boost efficiencies since 1997. The open-source software supports... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
3/9/2020
Creating a Better User Experience on Desktop and Mobile: Adblock Plus Keeps Data Safe and Follows Strict Criteria for Acceptable Ads

Adblock Plus Puts the User in Control

The team behind Adblock Plus, a free extension for major desktop browsers and mobile devices, is continuing to keep up with global trends in ad blocking nearly a... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
3/9/2020
The Digital Scholarship Lab at the University of Richmond: Delivering an Interdisciplinary Approach to Mapping American History

DSL: Mapping American History

The Digital Scholarship Lab (DSL) at the University of Richmond brings humanities projects to life via innovations in new media designed for scholars and the general... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
3/9/2020
Take Your Audience on an Interactive Adventure with Twine: A Free No-Code Tool for Creating Nonlinear Games and Stories

Create Interactive Games and Stories with Twine

Twine, founded in 2009, makes it possible for users with zero coding skills to create nonlinear games and stories — for free. After enjoying early success among... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
3/5/2020