Steve Corona | lessons in life hacking

Steve Corona | lessons in life hacking
I’m Steve Corona. I failed out of college when I was 19 and learned a few lessons along the way. I went from sleeping on the floor of my apartment to being the CTO of Twitpic, a 50 million user startup. My blog has been featured on the New York Times, LifeHacker, Fast Company and a bunch of other important sounding news sites. I enjoy speaking at conferences and meetups near San Francisco, so I do that pretty often. Last year, I was able to speak at WebExpo Prague and it was awesome.


This site is developed and maintained by John Walker, founder of Autodesk, Inc. and co-author of AutoCAD. A variety of documents, images, software for various machines, and interactive Web resources are available here; click on entries in the frame to the left to display a table of contents for that topic. Items which span more than one category are listed in all. BigPipe: Pipelining web pages for high performance BigPipe: Pipelining web pages for high performance
BigPipe is a fundamental redesign of the dynamic web page serving system. The general idea is to decompose web pages into small chunks called pagelets, and pipeline them through several execution stages inside web servers and browsers. This is similar to the pipelining performed by most modern microprocessors: multiple instructions are pipelined through different execution units of the processor to achieve the best performance. Although BigPipe is a fundamental redesign of the existing web serving process, it does not require changing existing web browsers or servers; it is implemented entirely in PHP and JavaScript. 24 Classics Home 24 Classics Home

24classics provides you with a new way to discover classical music online. On you will find the broadest spectrum of classical music; from minimal to opera, Bach to Indie Classical, it is all there. Whether you are looking for your favourite composer, a relaxing background tune or something completely new, you will find it on

24classics consists of 24 streaming music lists and each of these is centred around a particular genre, instrument or mood. All these playlists again consist of 24 pieces. The lists are compiled by prominent musicians, reviewers and music programmers in the Dutch classical music scene. Every week they substitute a few pieces for new ones, so that the whole list is entirely refreshed every six weeks.