A well deserved criticism of ‘open’ as a movement, which has increasingly become an exploitative enabler of the ad/surveillance tech state. Not entirely sure it’s fair to Popper, though.
On blogging, RSS, and email.
Cross-browser puppeteer. Could be useful.
This is cool
I’m loving this series.
Loads of useful tools here.
This is a neat, interactive explanation of the CSS Cascade. Looks cool too.
“My point is that you can see mismanagement down at the UI level”
Conway’s law as a symptom of organisational mismanagement.
“Why Software is Slow and Shitty” Actually a different blog post from the last one
An interesting example of experts in one field falling prey to pseudoscience in another specialty.
The new Edge browser feels like it’s what Chrome should be but can’t because it’s made by an ad company: built-in tracking prevention, a nice reader mode, collections that support page snippets and full pages, and a user-friendly interface
It’s the Chrome Google can’t make
I’m really enjoying this series.
People are really calling the ending to the Watchmen TV series a cliffhanger? That’s like calling the ending to Inception a cliffhanger. Or saying that Total Recall ends on a cliffhanger because it never resolves whether it’s all dream or reality.
TypeScript is also a poor fit for vanilla JS as its DOM/browser API types have gaps/flaws.
(Inevitably, as DOM APIs were not designed for typescript so there’s a hard upper limit to how good the types can get)