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"Being able to fix something you’re forced to endure creates an immediate and appreciable improvement on your quality of life. And that’s important."

By @ericwbailey .

Sounds like Google AMP is on the way out. Please, please let the door hit you, AMP. Like, hard.

a tls handshake is like letting the cat sniff your hand before petting them

If we can use SSH to log in on servers, why can't we use it to log in on websites?

getting an influencer vaccine so I don't go viral

We had a training at work a while back and I've been thinking about the way identity and privilege fit together ever since.

Finally got it all down into words:

Woke up with big Fuck Around energy but unfortunately I think it's a Find Out kind of day.

Inventing a new programming concept called "clientless." The idea is simple: the application contains no point where it can integrate with any kind of user interface. With no client, there are no users, so you escape all of the needless complexity users inevitably bring. Your code, totally isolated from the chaos of the so-called real world, can finally be perfect

It's intentional that there is no way to browse content, see popular posts, or see comments and "engage" with an article. I want to spend my time encouraging writers to move to worthy platforms, not making a bad platform worthy.


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Since Scribe uses Medium content, I don't want to help people engage with it more than they must. My goal here is not to make a nicer Medium to engage with, but to make a less bad experience when people are forced to engage with it.


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