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The end of the mouse!


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Sliders suck. “Little too far to the left. Ugh. Little too far to the right. ARRHGH!!!” The mouse can be a frustrating controller for Photoshop, Final Cut, AutoCAD or even Spotify. But a new input device called Flow lets you play your computer like an instrument, with infinite dexterity through feeling rather than sight.

The Y Combinator startup Senic’s ~$100 wireless Flow puck offers four types of control: motion by waving over its infrared sensor, a programmable touch-sensitive pad on top, haptic response for pushing Flow like a button, and a physical cylinder around the sides that you can twist for ultimate precision. It already works with 30 apps like some of the Adobe Creative Suite, and cunning developers can build custom Flow interfaces for anything they want.


Co-founder Tobias Eichenwald thinks there are better ways to work than squinting at a screen. He wants Flow to let you…

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Lloyd’s LiveCode Workshop Center

This is a great starting point for anyone wanting to learn LiveCode (especially those in the education sector). The notes are for those wishing to attend Llyod’s workshop, in person, but if you can’t, the resources are plenty to get you ready and excited about LiveCode (if you aren’t already that is!)


How to create an interactive storybook


The Rise of Women in Tech