I got a keybase.io profile just yesterday. The features are pretty cool; will be finding a way to use the public/private Folder feature especially.
I still don't grasp the concept of those folders though.. isn't the content in those hosted somewhere? If so, what's the space limit?
And if not, wouldn't the content become irretrievable if I turn off my machine?
Commas save lives.
Like, "war on drugs" and "war, on drugs".
Any CSS experts out there? I have been trying to get rid of the font-resizing on my home page: https://scripter.co. (You will see what I mean when you open that link and simply do F5 or Ctrl+F5 a few times.)
I think it's called FOUT (flash of unstyled text): https://css-tricks.com/fout-foit-foft/. I have scoured a lot of places online, but couldn't yet find a solution.
Can someone have a look at my site in the browser inspector and point me to the issue that's causing that text resizing on refresh?
Just signed up for an account at https://pinboard.in for organizing #bookmarks. Importing of all my Firefox bookmarks went very smooth. It's such simple, yet a very powerful utility/service. The Firefox Webextension and Android #pindroid apps are great too! Next thing to try tomorrow, its #Emacs package!
Found via hacker news:
"Doing great work usually requires colleagues of some sort. Try to be around smart, productive, happy, and positive people that don’t belittle your ambitions. I love being around people who push me and inspire me to be better. To the degree you able to, avoid the opposite kind of people—the cost of letting them take up your mental cycles is horrific. " --Sam Altman
TIL that if I simply add ".patch" at the end of any GitHub commit link, I get to see the git formatted patch!