Timely, the most beautiful and artistic app for Android devices ever. Yes, I have downgraded Flipboard from overweight to neutral after I saw Timely first time.

Fortunately Google could grab Timely developers from Swiss to join Android team, keep practising these three principles for developers all time:

• Enchant me
• Simplify my life
• Make me amazing

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Number Tweening
Timely is a beautiful Android app. Waking up to see the numbers animate is like a morning bliss. I was intrigued by how the numbers are animated in that app. It’s not a simple fade-out-fade-in effe…

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Since the end of 2008 China’s US value of GDP has doubled and is expected to be as big as the US by 2027, claimed by John O'Neill

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China’s ‘slowing’ economy still holds staggering opportunities – Telegraph
Since the end of 2008 China’s US value of GDP has doubled and is expected to be as big as the US by 2027

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Chris McKinlay used Python scripts to riffle through hundreds of OkCupid survey questions. He then sorted female daters into seven clusters, like “Diverse” and “Mindful,” each with distinct characteristics.

Read more – http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2014/01/how-to-hack-okcupid/all/

How a Math Genius Hacked OkCupid to Find True Love

Chris McKinlay used Python scripts to riffle through hundreds of OkCupid survey questions. He then sorted female daters into seven clusters, like “Diverse” and “Mindful,” each with distinct characteristics.

Read more – http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2014/01/how-to-hack-okcupid/all/

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World chess champion Magnus Carlsen stopped over at the Google and played ten engineers in one of the smartest companies.

When asked about god's rating, Carlson suggested the god has better things to do than play chess, but since we and the computers understood chess so little he could not think of a limit.

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Carlsen @ Google
On January 16, while visiting California, Magnus Carlsen stopped over at the Google headquarters, where he gave a simul to ten lucky participants, and a chat with Art Levinson, CEO of Calico, a new Google company. Freeman Ng, one of the players, provided a report, with the generous contributions of other players and attendees, who sent their commented games and pictures.

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