Coders’ Primal Urge to Kill Inefficiency—Everywhere
"life is full of blindingly dull repetitive tasks and that computers are really good at doing them"
I *get* this.

Death By 1,000 Clicks: Where Electronic Health Records Went Wrong
Having worked on both the user and developer side of EHR and EHR-like software, I recognize many of the issues noted in this article. We have room to improve. For real this time.

A sign of spring: CG Alder breaking ice on

Decreasing latency through on-device RNN-T speech recognition. Impressive work from Google.

Great to see FIDO2 adoption continue - Windows Hello is very convenient from an end-user perspective


Passwordless Web Authentication Support via Windows Hello


Exceptions will include GitHub (for handy Gist hosting) and video embeds, though I'm thinking of avoiding YouTube for those and using PeerTube instead.

I'm in the process of switching from Google Fonts to self-hosted fonts on 3 web properties. One down, two to go. The end goal is to minimize requests to third-party domains, especially Google domains.

And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.
H 13:16

Sometimes I just need a little Psalms in my life

Greenway looks so tired. St. Cloud deserves to win this, I think.

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