Takeaways from a particularly good evening in the pub last night:
- Small cities are where it’s at, and Ghent is the bees knees
- Check out Code for Science & Society
- Read The Water Knife by Paolo Bacigalupi
- Read Broad Band by Claire L. Evans
- It’s just people all the way down; be excellent to each other
And a salad recipe from a great cab driver:
In a large bowl, combine some diced cucumber, diced celery, and halved cherry tomatoes. Add finely chopped wet garlic or green onions (scallions). Toss with olive oil and lemon juice and season to taste. Optional additions include olives, mint, boiled Jersey potatoes, rocket (arugula), or feta. Use apple cider vinegar if you don’t have lemon juice.
Surfing w/ coffee #3. Order of exploration, seems more single-track than usual:
Open Hacker News, drawn to Frequent versus infrequent developers (in languages and so on) (↓B) (↓C)
Is it worth the time? on XKCD; pleased to find this again
Hello, I am a DWiki (↓D)
Wiki Principles (↓E)
Wiki Is Not Wikipedia (↓F)
Cunningham & Cunningham Inc., “a small consultancy that has specialized in object-oriented programming” (↓H) (↓I) (↓J)
Plate Blading; “As he skates away he feels the need to fabricate further explanation.”
C2.COM as Public Space; “Have you ever noticed that some publicly owned museums can be hard to see while privately owned billboards are hard to avoid?”
We’re picking up a Shopify site that was put on hold for a little bit, and I’m pleasantly surprised by a few things I’ve come across. The pause might have been blessing in disguise for the site on the whole. The dev tools have progressed a bit during the hiatus, and I’ve come across a Sections workaround that might 🤞 give a little more content flexibility beyond the homepage.
Surfing w/ coffee #2. Order of exploration:
Google search “web worker” paper.js jerky (trying to sort out animation+ajax issues) Paper.js issue #634 “Allow using paperjs without canvas” Paper.js issue #561 “Add Font and Glyph types from plumin.js” (↓B) Plumin.js (↓C) Louis-Rémi Babé @louis_remi Surge, static web publishing
See previous surf sesh.