I was very excited to be able to feature two community contributed Meta Hacks last week. It’s always interesting to see what other fans have to share. I especially thought it was an eye opening experience viewing the International Space Station in 3D. If you’re interested in submitting your own, go here. I’ll give you a shoutout in the next 5 Meta Hacks of the Week. Check out last week’s below.
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1. GitHub’s Curated Design Essentials
For designers and web programmers: this essentials toolkit makes your lives easier and will make most of what you do look great.
2. Interactive Periodic Table of Elements
Check out how humankind utilizes all those atoms. You’ll be surprised at what elements show up in everyday products.
3. Google Assistant Broadcast Messages
Google has rolled out an update to their line of Google Home/Assistant products to support broadcast messages. In-house intercoms are back in fashion! (Contributed by Will T.)
4. IBM Plex Font
IBM developed a “New Helvetica” font. It’s called IBM Plex and it’s free for anyone to use.
5. 3D International Space Station
Explore the International Space Station in 3D through Google Street View. (Contributed by Ivaylo G.)