Getting stickers from @NightlineZ was extra exciting because of the surprise return address. A little present from home in my Dublin mail slot.
I guess Scribe is becoming "just another part" of the internet?
I'd like to remind you all that while Firefox may not be great, Chrome is a lot worse and telling people not to use Firefox is just going to push most of them back to Chrome. Demanding that people go "all the way" and rejecting incremental steps is pretty high on the list of reasons why free/libre/open/non-megacorp software isn't more popular.
Web dev be like:
"I want to detect if a CSS variable has been changed"
"Sure, here's a very hacky solution with very specific requirements that are a pain to implement because there's no official way to do this"
"I want to detect if a user is sitting in a >3m² room, alone, and hasn't blinked in the last 2 seconds"
"You can use this 1-liner that utilizes the RoomSizeUserPresenceAndEyeBlink API Google pushed into standards to totally not improve their tracking of users"
TIL that when referencing a DOM element that triggered an eventListener, you probably want event.currentTarget over event.target
currentTarget always references the element that has the eventListener attached, where as target can be a child element of the currentTarget.
stolen from Twitter: which HTTP 400-level code describes your sex life?
original post: https://twitter.com/HappySinger/status/1369892766960869379
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