I was thinking about what I'm going to rant about this time and then I realized this: most of us have been vacationing, myself included.
As a consequence, no ranting this month. I'll keep it quiet. This August everybody's been lying on some beach or climbing a mountain top. Oh well, except the interns. They had a lot on their plate, plus a Demo Day last Friday.
Let's jump right in, shall we?
The story of ED011, a computer lab from the University Politehnica of Bucharest, where the Internet was free of charge and the connection to the Western world was much strived for. Recommended by Ioana.
Guess what? You can deploy your app using a physical button as the trigger. Here's a tutorial from the Github Blog, recommended by Darius.
Microinteractions breakdown from UX Planet. They say that in today’s web design era micro interactions are the essence and their absence can make a site seem bland. Also, when Emilia posted the article in our thread, Robert responded with this. So if you're looking to dive into microinteractions, these two can provide a good basic understanding.
Cosmin recommended this as being a good (and long) article about smart contracts in Ethereum, directly from the source. It teaches how you can use Ethereum to issue a token that can represent anything you want. If you're planning on using NodeJS, make sure to also check out this one.