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It’s absolutely astounding that PETA spends its time spreading anti-Indigenous/anti-Inuit messaging, but then comes…
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Smooth Text Scaling in JavaScript & CSS – Autodesk TLV – Medium
While working on a new annotations feature, aimed to let the user draw different shapes on a document, I was asked to support text markups as well. Now, text is a tricky thing. On the one hand, you do want to use all the browser’s native APIs, because otherwise, you’ll get into too many edge cases. On the other hand, sometimes the browser has its own limits. Let’s take a look at the following scenario — You have a div with multiple lines of inner text, and you want to be able to zoom in and out to it. How can we approach it?
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Report: Microsoft is scrapping Edge, switching to just another Chrome clone | Ars Technica
Windows Central reports that Microsoft is planning to replace its Edge browser, which uses Microsoft's own EdgeHTML rendering engine and Chakra JavaScript engine, with a new browser built on Chromium, the open source counterpart to Google's Chrome. The new browser has the codename Anaheim ... The report is short on details.

With Apple often indifferent to features that Microsoft and Google have prioritized, this leaves only Mozilla as a consistent supplier of independent implementations, further increasing the burden on the open source organization.
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10 days ago by zephyr777
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I feel this so hard. There were so many spaces where I was confronted or challenged or complained about for showing…
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RT : I’m not sure this is helping, PETA
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Teens don't have to be underweight to have anorexia - Futurity
A study finds that 31 percent of patients with anorexia nervosa had all the cognitive features and physical complications of the disease without being underweight. via Pocket
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RT : Archives, though, are different. Producers in the capitalist system, particularly Hollywood studios, were and often…
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10 days ago by Smokler
Physicists detected gravitational waves from four new black-hole mergers | Ars Technica
At a weekend workshop in Maryland, physicists from the LIGO and Virgo collaboration reported four previously unannounced detections of gravitational waves from merging black holes, including the biggest-known black-hole collision to date, roughly 5 billion years ago. via Pocket
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10 days ago by dougleigh
Opinion | That’s One Alternative Santa - The New York Times
When we were about to make our holiday debut as parents, I informed my wife that we would be celebrating the season not only with Santa Claus but also with Hanukkah Harry.
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10 days ago by drewcaldwell
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Dear Republicans in Wisconsin and Michigan. If "elections have consequences" that applies to you as well. Signed, t…
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10 days ago by Smokler
Project Estimation Best Practices: Our Three-Point Estimator
To manage uncertainty in projects and build accurate estimates for resource needs, follow these project estimation best practices from an experienced team.
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10 days ago by TomasMartinez
Google bridges Android and iOS development with Flutter 1.0 | Ars Technica
Google has Android today, but Android is 10 years old and was designed before the world was sure that all-screen, multitouch, 60fps, iPhone-style smartphones were the future. Similarly, the Linux Kernel that powers Android is 27 years old and was originally designed for PCs. There's a lot of legacy cruft in Android, and if you want to look at what blowing that all up and starting over would look like, look no further than Fuchsia ... Wouldn't it be a great plan, then, if you could get developers to build apps for your new operating system years before it comes out? That is basically what's happening here with Flutter and Fuschia—since Fuchsia is the "native Flutter" OS
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10 days ago by zephyr777
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Yes. Yes. Listen to Cruise!!! This is drives any film maker crazy. Thank you and .…
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10 days ago by c0sm0
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This is the greatest PSA of all time and I am overjoyed by its very existence.
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10 days ago by saxwell
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Within a special issue on scientific diagramming from antiquity to the present cc:
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10 days ago by kanarinka
mike galsworthy: "EPIC!! Theresa May had 3 big losses in Parl today. This is huge. It likely kills no-deal Brexit. 👏😮"
Favorite tweet: EPIC!! Theresa May had 3 big losses in Parl today. This is huge. It likely kills no-deal Brexit. 👏😮 https://t.co/fMLegxUUhj
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Lit Hub's Favorite Books of 2018 | Literary Hub
RT : "Ponti" by Sharlene Teo is a Literary Hub Favorite Book of the Year | ARB review:…
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RT : "Ponti" by Sharlene Teo is a Literary Hub Favorite Book of the Year | ARB review:…
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Aperiodic tilings have aperiodic duals.
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I would love to build a tool that enables people to easily build useful knowledge graphs in order to…
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DIY electronics workbench
DIY electronics workbench: “My previous electronics workbench was an old melamine office desk. It was not high enough to work comfortably on PCB assembly. I usually hand-solder small SMT…“
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10 days ago by brysmi
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When you hire people who don't believe in government, you can hardly expect good government.
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10 days ago by ryanpitts
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The market is not a clockwork machine.

The market is a bonfire.

But you’d never think that you could possess an…
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70% of all barleywine is released in a 5 week window. This is what we train for. This is the Life that keeps us tru…
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imagine being tatsuki and managing to make a show you like and actually getting a huge audience for it and you're p…
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My libido doesn’t need this
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(429) https://twitter.com/MarkBarrettACT/status/1070085851869274117
Yes, a big story for life, death, and econ development in western NC. I’m glad is asking questions.
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10 days ago by andriak
Privilege and Oppression in Math Ed | Math and the World
A well-respected colleague, Dr. Rochelle Gutiérrez , whose work has been influential on my own thinking and in the field of math education more generally has…
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RT : I’m not sure this is helping, PETA
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RT : NBC has ordered a fourth season of The Good Place.
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RT : When I started programming, it was a solo skill, performed by individuals, with little or no sharing and virtually…
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Legal Action – David Gooderham
On December 3, 2018, I am bringing an application in the Supreme Court of British Columbia for leave to raise a common law defence, known as the “defence of necessity”, in a criminal proceeding related to the Trans Mountain pipeline project. I am charged with criminal contempt for having blocked an access road at the Westridge Marine Terminal, located on the shoreline of Burrard Inlet, on August 20, 2018. My co-accused in this application is Jennifer Nathan, also charged as a result of her action in March 2018. We are bringing this application together.
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10 days ago by badeconomist
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Mea culpa. Je suis sortie de mon texte ce matin en m’adressant à un parterre d’investisseurs étrangers intelligence…
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10 days ago by afroginthevalley
Energy Management | Scott H Young
"Goal Breaks – I am a constant and habitual goal setter. Goal setting is a powerful tool for achieving focus and results but I also notice that it does require a lot of energy. It may be beneficial to go through a long term cycle of goal setting followed by curious exploration and wandering. I have mentioned previously how I felt straying away from goal setting for periods could improve lateral growth, but I am now also questioning whether it could also increase the long term sources of energy."
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Energy Management | Scott H Young
"Shorter Work Cycles – Although with school and various activities I rarely could work longer than ninety minutes at a time, I had planned on working about eight hours each day during the summer (mostly on this website). Now I am questioning whether a method that would have a ninety minute period of work followed by fifteen to thirty minutes of rest may be more productive in the long run."
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Energy Management | Scott H Young
"Constructive Disengagement – Full engagement is using all of your resources and can only be maintained for a short burst. By experimenting with some constructive disengagement techniques, it may be possible to speed up the energy recovery process. This could mean completely involving your mind or body in a pursuit that has no relationship with the task you expended energy on. I know many people use similar techniques in reading fiction, painting or meditating. The one tricky property of energy is sometimes that it is best regained not by doing nothing, but by doing something completely different."
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