I’ve always been so impressed by Watith Tanjai’s work. He and his partner are continuing to do great stuff in Nakhonrajchasima, Thailand with 382 space. The Tumblr content is a little out of date, but his FB feed says they’re busy as ever. Looks like they’re dedicating a portion of the space to a nursery, including succulents I’ve never seen before.
Great stuff, hope to visit some day.
- Remote Only manifesto
- CSS-Tricks Screencast #160: The All-Powerful Front-End Developer
- Dotori, a Japanese+Korean restaurant in London
- Enoki Panel
- How I publish taravancil.com on the peer-to-peer Web
- Webtask – high hopes for this, but running in to issues w/ connecting to Airtable; TBC
- IPFS – not sure how I feel about IPFS, but worth being aware of it
- Txt file of all IETF RFCs – see 1630 specifically (!)
- NYC Mesh
- devMode.fm on support/maintenance retainers
- P2P Superchannel on Are.na
Going to write up more about serverless and P2P, and how they kind of intersect, once I’ve digested some of this.
Surfing with coffee 4. This is off the back of Odrathek with Musarc, includes a few things/people I’ve looked in to after that overwhelming experience. Not comprehensive, but perhaps consider this big wave surfing…
Célia Gondol (B↓)(C↓) Chase the vibrations; Jenny Moore (↓D) (↓E) Sang “Reclaim the night” the whole way back last night (Central line din disguises humming nicely); Neil Luck (↓F) Reliving childhood softball injury; Bartosz Glowacki with Lore Lixenberg (↓G) First time a live musical performance has made me cry; Edka Jarząb (↓H) Intoxicating voice for change;
need to find the red book she read from on third day; read Warsound Warszawa; Rie Nakajima (↓I) Creator and destroyer of helpless noise creatures
Bloody Sirens GET IT NOW!
Zuzanna Ginczanka (↓M)
On Centaurs (↓) Not ideal since it seems to be paginated for press…
And 🌈, with added 🌧! To be restaged next Saturday 19 May 2018 at the RA for RA250.
Simpleskincarescience.com on what/why certain ingredients exacerbate malassezia-caused skin conditions. This is the most comprehensive collection of information and research on the topic I’ve found online thus far.
Almost all oils, and many oil-based compounds such as fatty acids and esters, can feed malassezia. Many are common skincare ingredients. Read ingredient labels and when in doubt, go for things with fewer ingredients.