Recently, I was shopping for a presenter (a remote control for PowerPoint, Keynote, etc.) and liked the Logitech Presenter R700 (a newer European-only version of the R800) best, due to its design and its integrated display with a countdown. Alas, Macs are not officially supported for this device. Thankfully, they can be made to work together, as explained in this blog post. I also mention how my configuration file can be adapted to an R800.
Python’s SimpleHTTPServer is the classic quick solution for serving the files in a directory via HTTP (often, you’ll access them locally, via
localhost). This is useful, because there are some things that don’t work with
file: URLs in web browsers.
“Curbing Online Abuse Isn’t Impossible. Here’s Where We Start” by Laura Hudson describes how online abuse was curbed in the battle-arena game League of Legends, published by Riot Games. The following insight is interesting: