Congratulation Torfi and Joon!
Torfi and Joon just launched their game NUTS on Apple Arcade, Nintendo Switch and Steam! The game was in development for 2 years, and in just a few days it got over 100 Very Positive reviews on Steam from players.
NUTS is an adventure in squirrel surveillance, a single player game where you spy on squirrels to find out what they are up to, using some old clunky experiment, and fax the results to your boss who you talk to over the phone. What are the curious creatures hiding?More info: All info and links on https://nuts.game
For the millions of people working from home, the internet is always on. That may sound like nirvana for a browser company like Vivaldi – but in fact, it’s alarming. People are more productive and happier when they take proper breaks and have a variety of experiences. Try out the Break Mode in Vivaldi browser! Read more here.
The W3C TAG (Technical Architecture Group) is in charge of coordinating cross-technology architecture and the principles of web architecture at the World Wide Web Consortium – in other words, it’s kind of a technical steering group for web standards.
The group had a great developer meet-up on the evening of the 21st of May at Innovation House. Format for the day was an mini-unconference, kicking off at 18:30 with some lightning talks. Lightning speakers:
• Hjalmar Gislason, Founder & CEO, GRID – Spreadsheets are Programs
• Alice Boxhall, Google and W3C TAG – Accessibility Object Model
• Guðmundur Már Gunnarsson, Vivaldi – Lost in navigation
• Árni Hermann, Avo – Human Accessible Developer Tools
Topics discussed in groups after lighting talks (break outs) included Content Editable, spatial navigation, Semantics, webvtt, and scroll snapping.
Vivaldi had the pleasure of hosting students from Tvíund, the student society for Computer Science students from Reykjavík University.
These „Science trips“ are quite common among university students in Iceland (vísindaferðir in Icelandic). Science Trip – is when a group visits an organization or place of interest. This time it was Vivaldi. The students learned about Vivaldi browser and could talk to the Vivaldi team in a relaxed setting.
Our friends from Íverksetarahúsið from The Faroe Islands, visited Innovation House last week. They learned about the idea behind Innovation House in Iceland and meet some of the startups as well. ?
Íverksetarahúsið is an entrepreneurial house located in Klaksvík, yet its activity spans across the entire Faroe Islands. In addition to rendering help and counsel to Faroese entrepreneurs and businesses, Íverksetarahúsið is also responsible for instructing primary and lower secondary school teachers in entrepreneurship, which they in turn can teach their students. Íverksetarahúsið further offers entrepreneurs in-house office spaces in Klaksvík
Privacy is not just a personal matter
The loss of our privacy is a loss for society and democracy. In a surveillance society, the impact of data collection is not just personal because collective privacy is lost too.
The vision of Vivaldi is simple – users should be in control of how the browser looks, feels and works. This new upgrade allows users to browse with features that adapt to them, a style that fits and the values that they can stand by. Download now at Vivaldi.com