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I hate how creativity has become a thing that only artists are supposed to do. We need to legitimize the value of people who do woodwork, decorative painting, cake decorating, and a lot of other creative hobbies....all creativity enhances our lives, even if it's not professional.

We were monster hunting a bit and during banter a friend casually blew my mind:

"We call private messages 'DMs' now because they're no longer private"

Australia just made Man-In-The-Middle attacks required by law. They call it "the ghost" and every #encryption connection has to be open to the government.

Good luck with that.


A critical look at , small sample size, probably biased since makers are active community members, etc.

"So we have not come here to beg the world leaders to care for our future. They have ignored us in the past and they will ignore us again.

We have come here to let them know that change is coming whether they like it or not. The people will rise to the challenge. And since our leaders are behaving like children, we will have to take the responsibility they should have taken long ago." - Greta Thunberg

Life should be touched, not strangled. You've got to relax, let it happen at times, and at others move forward with it. ~ Ray Bradbury

Refactoring state of feature complete enterprise application is no fun at all.

Now I can run terminal emulator from shortcut from my desktop via .

Mixing & Win just feels odd.

Go check out Tilix it really is handy

Only four more cabinet resignations until Christmas

Tracing people in photoshop... Damn this takes even more time than I assumed.

"My list of over 600 web development feeds" by Šime Vidas

It's interesting to see how Šime managed to stay on top of so many web development trends. I used to follow Web Platform Daily religiously because it was the best source of news in the industry. Seems it relied on a big list of RSS feeds, including commits to various W3C/WHATWG repos.

"High Performance Web Services with PHP" By

"Take a deep dive into the thought processes, development, & integration strategy to see how to use PHP to build and maintain high-performance backends."


"WebRender newsletter #28" – Mozilla Gfx Team Blog

At first I thought WebRender was basically the same as Edge's independent rendering (i.e moving rendering to a background thread), but based on this post it seems a lot more ambitious actually. Interesting stuff, and kudos to the Firefox folks for opening up on their thought process.

38.7c in the morning I hope it's not pneumonia comeback.

Reading online news, 2008:
- go to website
- read news

Reading online news, 2018:
- go to website
- no, don’t share location
- hell no, don’t send me notifications
- consent to cookie warning
- consent to policies
- no, don’t open in app
- no, don’t want the newsletter
- skip inspirational quote
- close full page ad
- read news

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