Conservative party wins big in Alabama’s gubernatorial race

Alabama Republican Gov.Kay Ivey has won a closely watched race for the U.S. Senate.Democratic Rep. John Lewis has secured the support of a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) super PAC.The winner, state Auditor John Swearingen, will serve a second two-year term.The Republican win is likely to spark further debate in Washington over whether the GOP’s current legislative agenda has achieved […]

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How to test for an impact weapon component

Ars Technic article The U.S. government is making the first step toward testing for a new type of weapon component, and its doing it in a laboratory.The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has announced it has begun a program to test components of an energy weapon that it has been developing since 2006, and the tests will likely […]

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How to build a powerful UI that works across different browsers: Part II

The previous article covered the basics of building a modern UI for a browser.Today, we’ll take a look at the most important components of an effective web application, and what to do with them.We’ll focus on the new tab panel, which is used to allow users to toggle between different content in a tab.To learn more about tabs and their […]

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Why is your house making noise?

By now, we’re well-versed in the story of the $15 billion solar plant in Georgia, the $40 billion wind farm in New Jersey, and the $200 billion solar project in California.But a new report from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) reveals that the power grid is doing something that’s not always apparent: The power grid in the […]

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