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British surfer, Andrew Cotton (35), got absolutely wrecked by a 60-foot wave while surfing at Farol da Nazare, Nazare, Portugal.



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Surfer Gets Gets Absolutely Demolished By Lung-Shattering 60-Foot Wave In Portugal


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Windows/OS X/Linux: Adobe just launched Brackets 1.0, a text editor for web developers. It’s free and has Inline Editing, Live Preview, and Preprocessor Support features, which all deliver unique conveniences.

Using the Inline Editors feature, you can see two or more files side by side instead of flipping back and forth between tabs like most other text editors. Live Previews show you the changes you make, as you make them, in the browser. You don’t have to worry about periodically refreshing the page to check on your progress. Preprocessor Support makes it easy to find, add, and edit class correlations between your HTML and CSS files: hover over a class in the index.html file and hit Command+E. Each CSS file the class is affected by will pop up, then proceed to open the file(s) you want in the inline editor to make changes. If you haven’t added CSS code for the class you select, you can do so right then with just a click.

Brackets supports HTML, CSS, LESS, and SASS markup languages. LESS and SASS have the same capabilities as CSS with Preprocessor Support, so don’t worry about missing out if you prefer one of those to CSS. It’s is free and open source. Furthermore, Brackets itself is written in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, so the web developers that use it have the power to contribute to the program’s continued development. Hit the link below to check it out.

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More than 1.000 enterprises and app developers using FIWARE technology will benefit from the economic support granted by the European Commission. With a global budget of more than 100 million euros, 80 million of which will be destined directly to funding SMEs and entrepreneurs from sectors such as use in strategic sectors of the European economy such as health, transport, education, energy, media, agriculture or smart cities. FIWARE is an innovative, open cloud-based infrastructure for cost-effective creation and delivery of Future Internet applications and services, at a scale never seen before.

So, do you have a great idea, a good team with a solid business plan and a desire to innovate? Want to be part of it?


The FIWARE Accelerator Programme‘s goal is to promote 1,300 start-ups and SMEs. “The ambition of this programme is precisely to build a European accelerator’s success story, to invest into entrepreneurial skills of young Europeans”.

The current economic upturn allows the private sector to invest again. There is a huge demand for new Internet application and services across all industry sectors. There are plenty of people with strong skills, eager to materialize their ideas… they just need the right ecosystem to make them grow!
Sixteen accelerators have been selected to develop this ambitious project. These entities will be in charge of distributing the funds to SMEs, entrepreneurs and start-ups and will also mentor and support the different projects. Thanks to the accelerators, SMEs and start-ups will benefit from a more direct access to European funds, as these entities will be in charge of managing the process. The other strength of the programme is its internationalization.
This is a massive opportunity for all European startups that need help during the first stages of business development. All across Europe, accelerators specialized in sectors will provide:
  • Direct Funding
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Support
  • Networking

What makes FIWARE different?

FIWARE bring these differential values:

  1. Simple yet powerful APIs
  • A single meeting point for innovation
  • Multiple FIWARE providers

How to get involved:

Candidates must submit their project to the accelerator that best suits it, as they focus on different domains of digital economy such as Smart Cities, eHealth, transports, energy & environment, AgriFood, Media & Content, Manufacturing & Logistics, and Social & Learning. Apart from defining their business potential and the impact on the area, SMEs and entrepreneurs must use FIWARE technologies.

Submit your project and you might be able to participate in the programme and enjoy the help offered.

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While there are some great deals to be found on Amazon, it’s not always the cheapest option. An online tool called PriceJump tells you what products on Amazon are cheaper elsewhere.

We’re big fans of Amazon. We’ve written about the perks of Amazon Prime and Amazon’s Subscribe and Save program. But as great as Amazon is, its prices aren’t unbeatable.


PriceJump is available as a Chrome extension, or you can use their web site directly. With Chrome, you simply browse a product on Amazon, and click the extension’s icon. A list of stores and prices will pop up, sorted from low to high. You can easily see how they compare with the Amazon price.

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To use their website directly, just enter the Amazon URL via their site, and it’ll will tell you where to find that product cheaper (if available). A list of other online retailers and prices will pop up, too.

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44d5q4d84dmajoqclrg9syub Share Reminders Lists with Other Users Over iCloud

Reminders are a handy feature in iCloud, especially when you tag locations. You may already know you can share these reminder lists with other iCloud users, but in case you don’t, here’s how.

After creating the list on the web, your iOS device, or your Mac, click the icon next to the list that looks like a Wi-Fi icon (strangely, it doesn’t use the traditional sharing icon nor does the icon show up in iOS 7). Type in the name of another iCloud user, and you’ll both have access to the reminders.

This comes in handy when you need to remember something at a specific location like the grocery store, but aren’t sure which of you will get there first. It’s a pretty basic tip, but one I just started using—and it’s a lot more handy than I’d realized.

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