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Wanted to remove a bunch of old/unused binary files that were bloating a repo.git command line linux
Explanation and practical uses of
defaults in macos
Useful to have a script/clickable thing for this as I toggle it on/off frequentlymacos scripting accessibility grayscale
Phenomenonly written and researched, with amazing demos and ideas throughout. Multi-themed components being visible in dev is a wonderful idea
Some additional useful bits in comments (also a lot of 'just use x'). Actual list has some gems in it: repgrep, podman, mdcat etclinux command line tools
This looks very useful. Full-text search and some other convenient integrationsproductivity notes bookmarks tools web pdf
Massive list of tools and SaaSes, some free, some with free quotas listed.code tools saas hosting resources free
Digging through the history of biases and problems with training data and categories used for ML taskspolitics ai bias psychology
The best way to practice is to spend time thinkingthinking psychology learning knowledge
.env files were the thing that made me stop pasting credentials directly in my WIP files.linux bash security
Still trying to figure out the UI and layout of Bitwig, finding these kind of focused tutorials worth it for navigation alonemusic drums bitwig
Refreshingly professional. My usual favourite commits are either Developers Swearing or awful puns.git code
The ludicrous complexity of everyday activities is never as obvious as when you ary to add it to a game.games code coffee
Accessibility won't work as an afterthought, it needs to be part of the process.
Making sites accessible makes them better for all users. Real-life example of this is curb-ramps.
Great pushback on the one-way design -> developer handover that often happens.
I've had some great pairing sessions with designers over video calls this year. I am curious to try using recordings to bridge time gaps.design
Cloud-to-butt but for all bullshit buzzwords
Nicely written piece, and great websitewriting journaling
Why haven’t we stopped climate change? We’re not wired to empathize with our descendants. Artificial distance that we add to 'other people'environment psychology
Possible counterpoint: if the text doesn't render due to slow perf then readability is also affected.
Though only comparisons of
text-rendering: optimizeSpeed; vs
optimizeLegibility are from a while ago, unsure
if this is still a legit perf issue anyway.
Some nice animations and flourishes. Source project includes color palette!
As it turns out, the S-1 was correct; Neumann was pivotal to WeWork, because WeWork only exists due to his ability to get money from investors.
Personal triggers are more persuasive that any other arguments or data. Future and far away people are harder to imagine than seeing change in a place you know. Image from ShowYourStripes is striking.climate environment
Solid advice on reading, annotating, and selectingbooks reading
adblock audio machine learning
Soon after Adblock Radio gained some traction in 2016, I have received lawyer threats from French radio networks (more details below). I had to partially shut the website down, change its architecture, better understand the legal ramifications, etc
Some solid rules for writing better. A lot of structure, a bit on content, and some process suggestionswriting styleguide blog
Tips from and case studies of using a few websites with a screenreader. TLDR make your markup valid and lightweight, keep headings in correct order, and add assistive tags.accessibility screen readers web voice empathy assistive technology
How to write about things you are working on without giving away secrets or spoilerswriting
The worldwide sameness that results from everyone chasing the same internet aesthetic, and impact on tourist experiences.
travel tourism internet
Depending on algorithms, however, doesn’t work as well in cities, where culture is more important than geography