How to View the HTML Source in Google Chrome Whether you’re a web designer debugging your site’s source code or just curious about what a site’s code looks like, you can view the HTML source right in Google Chrome. There are two ways to view the HTML source: View Source and Inspect using Developer Tools. View Source Using View Page Source Fire up Chrome and jump to the webpage you want to view the HTML source code. Right-click the page and click on “View Page Source,” or press Ctrl + U, to see the page’s source in a new tab. A new tab opens along with all the HTML for the webpage, completely expanded and unformatted. If you’re looking for a specific element or part in the HTML source, using View Source is tedious and cumbersome, especially if the page uses a lot of JavaScript and CSS. Inspect Source Using Developer Tools This method uses the Developer Tools pane in Chrome and is a much cleaner approach to view the source code. HTML is easier to read here thanks to the additional formatting and the ability to collapse elements you aren’t interested in seeing. Open Chrome and head to the page you want to inspect; then press Ctrl + Shift + i. A docked pane will open alongside the webpage you’re viewing. Read the remaining 12 paragraphs

How to Free Over 10GB of Disk Space After Installing Windows 10’s May 2019 Update Did you just install the May 2019 Update? If so, there’s more than 10 GB of data wasting space on your hard drive—we had 24.6 GB! On a laptop or tablet with a limited amount of storage, this can fill up your device quite a bit. If you have a computer with a large amount of available storage, you might not even notice this useless data. It’ll stick around for 10 days until Windows automatically cleans it up. But, if you’re pressed for space, you’ll want to clean it up as soon as possible. These Files Let You Downgrade for 10 Days Upgrading between “builds” of Windows 10–like from Windows 10’s October 2018 Update to Windows 10’s May 2019 Update–is treated the same as upgrading to an entirely new Windows operating system. When you upgrade to a new “build,” Windows creates a Windows.old folder that contains the system files from your “old” Windows installation. This allows you to “go back” to the previous build of Windows 10 if you experience a problem with the new build. RELATED: What is the Windows.old Folder and How Do You Delete It? However, this folder can use more than 10 GB of space on your hard drive. Windows will automatically remove it after 10 days, but you can remove it sooner to free up the space immediately. Warning: You should only do this if your PC seems to be working properly. If you have some issue with the new version of Windows 10 on your hardware, you won’t be able to “go back” to the previous build without completely reinstalling Windows after you wipe these files. You can go back to the last build of Windows 10 you had installed by navigating to Settings > Update & Security > Recovery and using the “Get Started” button under “Go back to the previous version of Windows 10.” This button is only present if the files are still available on your computer. Read the remaining 23 paragraphs

Productivity 101: Six Popular Methods for Getting More Done GaudiLab/Shutterstock Advances in technology should, in theory, make your job easier, but sometimes it feels impossible to get it all done. These productivity techniques can help. If you’re struggling with being productive, you’re not alone. A quick Google search of “how to be productive,” yields 190 million search results. You and just about everybody else out there are looking for ways to get more done. Thankfully, we don’t have to reinvent the wheel. There are a lot of tried and true productivity boosting systems out there. While all these systems can be useful, finding the one fits in with your lifestyle can be a little overwhelming. This quick guide to six popular productivity techniques should make it a bit easier for you to find ways to ramp up your workflow. Pomodoro History: This time management technique was created in the 1980s by Francesco Cirillo. The term Pomodoro is Italian for tomato (Cirillo named it after the tomato-shaped kitchen timer he used.) What is it:  The premise behind this technique is that you are training your brain to focus intently for short bursts of time, with the idea being that you can accomplish more in short, focuses bursts of intensity, over longer, distracted chunks of time. The Pomodoro technique is made up of six different steps: Choose a task Set your timer for 25 minutes Work on the task for until your timer goes off Mark your progress on a sheet of paper Take a quick break (about 5 minutes) After every four 25-minute segments take a longer break (20 to 30 minutes) Effort: Easy. All you need is a timer and a willingness to stay focused for less than half an hour at a time. Resources: You can read the book The Pomodoro Technique, by Francesco Cirillo, or head over to the website for more detailed information. Drawbacks: Some people don’t like that it’s such a rigid method for focusing, and it’s focused strictly on time-on-task work without any system for organizing or managing your tasks. Time Blocking History: This history is a bit murky, but one of the earliest records of time blocking is in Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography. Many well-known people like Elon Musk and Jeff Weiner (LinkedIn CEO) say that time blocking helps them get more done and have time for family and personal events. Read the remaining 28 paragraphs

Generative Design Methods Combine 3D Printing & Organic Evolution  “Go take your lessons from nature, that’s where our future lies.” – Leonardo da Vinci Virginia Commonwealth University student Mohammad Jawad takes a forward-looking approach to manufacturing, as 3D… View the entire article via our website.

China: Case for the Mass Customization of 3D Printed Martial Arts Shoes In ‘Exploration and Analysis Based on Mass Customization Design and Production of Martial Arts Shoes,’ Wuhan University of Science and Technology researchers Peng Hong and Xia Xinqiao explore the… View the entire article via our website.

Shandong University Researchers Working on Optimal Parameters for 3D Printing PEEK In their recently published paper, ’Experimental study on parameters of 3D printing process for PEEK materials,’ researchers from Shandong University of Technology conduct experiments regarding the… View the entire article via our website.

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The Best Vacuum Insulated Water Bottles novak.elcic/Shutterstock Vacuum insulated water bottles are a fantastic way to keep your water cold all day long. Here are our favorite bottles for every situation. A vacuum insulated water bottle is essentially a Thermos but designed with more of a water bottle form factor and portability in mind. They’re great for keeping your water cool, no matter what the weather is like around you. Whether you want to to keep your water cold on a hike or you just hate coming back to your car to a plastic bottle filled with hot water, there’s a bottle for you. Best Overall Insulated Bottle: Hydro Flask ($30) Hydro Flask The Hydro Flask offers everything you could need from a good quality vacuum insulated water bottle. It has a powder coat exterior, so it’s easy and solid to grip onto, without any risk of condensation developing. It’s the right size for fitting in your car’s cup holder or your bike’s bottle rack. You can buy it in sizes ranging from 18oz to 24oz in the sports-bottle form factor (but if you find you like the product and want to keep even more water cold all day, they have a portly 64oz model too, which we included as our favorite high-volume option below). Thanks to its honeycomb insulation, it keeps drinks cold for up to 24 hours or hot drinks for up to 12 hours. There’s room too for tossing in some ice cubes to keep things extra cold. It comes with a leak-proof cap, but you can choose to upgrade to a bite valve or bite stem if you want them. Buy on Amazon Most Stylish Insulated Bottle: Corkcicle Canteen ($33) Corkcicle If you’d like a good insulated water bottle that looks a bit more stylish than your typical steel sports bottle, then the Corkcicle Canteen is a good choice of water bottle for you. It’s sleeker and far more attractive looking than most other utilitarian looking water bottles thanks to the cocktail-shaker profile and the wide variety of different colors you can get it in. It’s not just pretty either. It has three layers of insulation, which means no condensation and comfy hands whether you’ve filled it with cold or piping hot water. It can keep your drinks cold for over 25 hours or hot drinks hot for over 12 hours. Rounding off things, it also has a leak-proof threaded screw top and easy to grip sides. Buy on Amazon Best Wide Mouth Insulated Bottle: BearGrylls Wide Mouth ($25) BearGrylls Sometimes, it’s useful to have a wide mouth bottle rather than a narrow opening or bite valve. That’s particularly the case when it comes to hot drinks when you might want to take the lid off and let it cool a bit (or sip more gingerly) or cold drinks where a wide mouth makes it easy to drop in big ice cubes. Wide mouth bottles are also easier to clean because you can use a regular old dish brush instead of a narrow bottle brush. The BearGrylls Wide Mouth Triple Wall Vacuum Insulated Water Bottle is a great fit here. It’s made from scratch-resistant food grade steel that means it never retains the taste or odor of its contents, with an extra-durable powder coated finish, so it’s easy to grip onto. It’s also lighter than many other water bottles, weighing just under 13oz. And yes, it’ll keep your beverages at the appropriate temperatures. A hot drink will stay hot for about 12 hours while cold drinks stay cool for 24 hours. Buy on Amazon Best Insulated Bottle with Bite Valve: CamelBak Raven Canteen ($24) CamelBak For the unfamiliar, a bite valve is like a smarter straw. It self seals so you can easily bite onto it to drink then release your hold, and not worry about the contents spilling out. There’s a lid too so that it becomes leak-proof as well as spill-proof. That’s ideal for when you’re on the move and in a rush. Read the remaining 10 paragraphs

How to Use the time Command on Linux Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri/ Want to know how long a process runs and a whole lot more? The Linux time command returns time statistics, giving you cool insights into the resources used by your programs. time Has Many Relatives There are many Linux distributions and different Unix-like operating systems. Each of these has a default command shell. The most common default shell in modern Linux distributions is the bash shell. But there are many others, such as the Z shell (zsh) and the Korn shell (ksh). All of these shells incorporate their own time command, either as a built-in command or as a reserved word. When you type time in a terminal window the shell will execute its internal command instead of using the GNU time binary which is provided as part of your Linux distribution. We want to use the GNU version of time because it has more options and is more flexible. Which time Will Run? You can check which version will run by using the type command. type will let you know whether the shell will handle your instruction itself, with its internal routines, or pass it on to the GNU binary. in a terminal window type the word type, a space, and then the word time and hit Enter. type time We can see that in the bash shell time is a reserved word. This means Bash will use its internaltime routines by default. type time Read the remaining 46 paragraphs

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