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When your only tool is JavaScript rendering, everything looks like an HTTP 200 status code.

I'm glad I'm not the only one who has been frustrated some current software development practices.

OH: "Three months is a JFDI for $large_legacy_vendor."

Sign of the impending apocalypse: Marketing have asked for the homepage hero carousel to be ... removed ...

An `<a/>` without an `href` attribute has pretty much the same accessibility or SEO value as a `<span/>`.

(Been seeing waaaay too much of this lately.)

We've got more big news.

For the past year, we've been working to reach the rising number of mobile users worldwide.

Introducing Tor Browser for Android (alpha), the mobile browser with the strongest privacy protections ever available.

Help us test it before the stable hits!

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The secret to front end development is to deliver a good web page to user agents.

We just published a guest blog post by @Tutanota detailing their journey to provide a google free push notification service for their users:

Thanks a lot for going that way and for writing it up in a very interesting post as well!

And, right on cue, Outlooks shows my latest email as a draft in sent items. 😕

Had to ask one of the recipients if they'd actually got it 😞

My initial impression was that Office365 wasn't great but now I've used it more over the last three months I've found it is actually really bad.

Currently looking at the OODA loop - the decision cycle of Observe, Orient, Decide, and Act

My mobile seems to have mostly been connected to LieFi the past few days: Yes, I have full mobile network signal - why do you ask? Oh, you want to transfer data? Actually I have no mobile signal at all.

Unix will give you enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot. If you didn’t think rope would do that, you should have read the man page.

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