"In most western cultures, moving one's head up and down is understood as an expression of agreement, while moving it from side to side conveys disagreement. However, this nonverbal communication is not universal. You should be careful when nodding to mean "yes" and shaking your head when you mean "no" in Bulgaria, as this is one of the places where the meanings of these gestures are the opposite."
Tried it. It has no JS support. In need, just have to stick with browsh. Took a sample picture of your site, @alexcleac
Small is beautiful*
Just found the minimalist tool for web browsing. I'll try it later today.
*Reference to a superb book by Ernst F. Schumacher which complete title is Small Is Beautiful: Economics as if People Mattered
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A very interesting article about WASM's capability to simplify building portable applications.
Anyone uses a sync program? Which one and why? (I know... it sounds a lot like a school question, but I would like to know why did you choose that particular program.)
image: 3D latte art by Kazuki Yamamoto. (The image is here manly to call your attention, although it takes a lot of synchronization to do that stuff.) ;)
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