The perfect system preinstalled cross-platform serif and sans-serif font stacks.
Alternative title: How to get text to look great on all platforms including Linux; which doesn’t have great default fonts. Who needs webfonts anyway?
Does the web still need HTTP Deflate?
Hm. My MacBook won’t get macOS Monterey, and my laptop won’t get Windows 11. They’re both in perfect working order, but profit-driven corporate decisions about what is a worth-wild processor will turn them into e-waste within the next few months. (I don’t need another Linux laptop at this time.) #ewaste
Review of Logitech K835 TKL mechanical keyboard
The best method for dark-mode friendly SVG in HTML pages. #webdev
A deeper dive into Chrome WebFeed. It’s RSS-esque. #RSS
Google Chrome experiment lets you Follow news and website updates #rss
Fixing the News Media and Digital Platform Bargaining Code #linktax
How I fixed my MacBook’s intermittent Wi-Fi dropouts
Why KeePass instead of self-hosting Bitwarden
Improving Firefox stability on Linux
How to stop Bing ranking XML feeds over your webpages
Your clipboard is only as secure as your device. A review/critique of the complexity, security, and unpredictable user experience of modern feature-laden copy–paste clipboards in today’s operating systems.
New EdgeDeflector 1.2 addresses installation woes.
The new WSLg makes it trivial to run Linux desktop apps on Windows 10.
Techie. Web publishing and P2P-web enthusiast. ⚣
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