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Recycling: Voll daneben | ZEIT ONLINE
Reflects my impression that in the past decade – despite not (consciously) changing what I eat – the volume of trash I need to carry out seems to have increased. Unfortunately the article lacks an explanation why this is happening.
monkey  business  trash  lang:de 
5 weeks ago
Leitkultur: Komplimente an den Hund | ZEIT ONLINE
Fantastic stream of consciousness on what is »German«.
lang:de  germany 
5 weeks ago
Close Encounters of The Java Memory Model Kind
Whew, crazy stuff in that JVM … and a lot more complexity than one would hope for. Go, immutability!
java 
7 weeks ago
Content Security Policy CSP Reference & Examples
Seems like a good idea to ensure more technical integrity in websites.
web  w3c 
11 weeks ago
Johnny-Five: The JavaScript Robotics & IoT Platform
node Library for tiny computers and their hardware
node 
11 weeks ago
Tessel 2
Mini computer with pins, supported by node libraries.
javascript 
11 weeks ago
Let’s Stop Ascribing Meaning to Code Points - In Pursuit of Laziness
Good points about font rendering, vs editing, vs the underlying codepoints in Unicode strings and their encodings.
unicode  via:jerakeen 
12 weeks ago
Vomiting Emoji
for us Unicode lovers
unicode  fun  cartoon 
march 2017
Chat Systems
The joint and disjoint parts thereof … so true.
march 2017
FSMonitor
Seemingly a somewhat weaker offspring of the (abandoned?) fseventer.
mac  utility 
march 2017
xkcd: Borrow Your Laptop
Sounds familiar (also for most people I know…)
computer 
march 2017
Alice And The Legacy System - Dilbert Comic Strip on 2017-02-23 | Dilbert by Scott Adams
»Does it bother you to work on the old legacy system when the rest of us are doing exciting new things?«
fun  cartoon 
february 2017
Ryan Adams: Äh, kotz? | ZEIT ONLINE
Nice album trashing .. there's too little snobbery of that kind.
music  lang:de 
february 2017
A Russian Slot Machine Hack Is Costing Casinos Big Time | WIRED
It’s amusing how crooks like casinos cry foul if other crooks play their game better than they do…
FAIL 
february 2017
Rumpfkluft | T-Shirt-Kollektion von Katz & Goldt
So many great shirts (look great, but only funny if you read German)
shirts  lang:de 
february 2017
Galen Framework | Automated testing of responsive design
Website test-framework, apparently coming from a GUI direction and runnable on Selenium.
testing 
february 2017
One Foot Tsunami: Emoji Logos
The Santander one is brilliant … the golfer reminds me that the emoji tend to look Simpson-esque.
emoji 
february 2017
Tracky Birthday | Free Listening on SoundCloud
More music by the maker of Chaosradio’s closing tune.
msuic 
january 2017
Das Eröffnungskonzert der Elbphilharmonie im 360° Livestream – ARTE Concert - YouTube
neat way to have a look around, apperently required some Google-software to work properly
music  hamburg  3d 
january 2017
Visual Business Intelligence – Algorithms as WMDs
Book recommendation, sounds very interesting.
book  data 
january 2017
Katz & Goldt | Aber?
Schön Lecker Obst mein Mäuschen?
lang:de  melon 
november 2016
seriot.ch - Parsing JSON is a Minefield 💣
Probably the kind of story where you want to make a little fun of somethin and things get out of control because they are much worse than expected…
json 
october 2016
Web Bloat Score Calculator
»Look at the homepages of Tim Berners-Lee, Bjarne Stroustrup, and Donald Knuth. All three together have 235 kB, less than one Google SERP. Images are optimized, most of the content is above the fold, and their pages were "responsive" two decades before responsive design became a thing. But they are all ugly. If the father of the WWW, the father of C++, and the father of computer algorithms were in an evening web development class, they would all get an F and be asked to do their homepages again.«
web 
october 2016
Different Time Estimates - Dilbert
»Is Experience exactly the same as passimism?« – »Experience is much worse«
fun  cartoon 
october 2016
How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016
A fair roundup of today’s JS world. It’s unclear to me how to make a sane decision about which tools / frameworks to use. I wonder to which extent this puts newbies off.
javascript 
october 2016
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