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CSS Layout cookbook - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets | MDN
The CSS layout cookbook aims to bring together recipes for common layout patterns, things you might need to implement in your own sites.
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7 weeks ago
Interview With GraphQL Co-Creator Lee Byron | Nordic APIs |
We recently sat down with GraphQL co-creator Lee Byron to learn about the history and future of GraphQL. Hope you enjoy!
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7 weeks ago
Habits vs. Workflows - Study Hacks - Cal Newport
As I transition from the slow freedom of summer to the constrained energy of fall, my thoughts have been gravitating back towards nuts and bolts productivity issues. One topic that keeps catching my attention is the distinction between habits and workflows.
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7 weeks ago
Which Kinds of Foods Make Us Fat? - The New York Times
One fundamental and unanswered question in obesity research is what kind of foods contribute most to the condition. Experts variously blame, for example, fatty or sugary fare or foods that lack protein, which may prompt us, unconsciously, to overeat.
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7 weeks ago
The P.A.R.A. Method: A Universal System for Organizing Digital Information - Praxis
Imagine for a moment the perfect organizational system. One that supported and enhanced the work you do, telling you exactly where to put a piece of information, and exactly where to find it when you needed it.
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12 weeks ago
The Decline and Fall of the American Empire - Bloomberg
So what would the decline of America look like? I don’t ask the question because I think it’s happening (yet?), but because even the most inveterate optimist should be interested in the dangers, if only to ward them off.
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july 2018
18 Recipes For Shirataki Noodles That’ll Blow Your Mind (Not Your Diet)
Waving goodbye to pasta can be one of the hardest parts of living a low-carb life. But what if there was a way to keep your keto lifestyle and your noodles? Enter shirataki noodles: Translucent, gelatinous noodles native to Japan.
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july 2018
REST vs GraphQL APIs, the Good, the Bad, the Ugly | Moesif’s Musings on Software
Since being introduced by Facebook, GraphQL has taken the API world by storm as an alternative to REST APIs. GraphQL fixes many problems that API developers and users have found with RESTful architecture. However, it also introduces a new set of challenges which need to be evaluated.
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july 2018
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I have a love/hate relationship with to-do lists. As in, I love creating them and the sense of accomplishment they can bring when a task is crossed off, however, I hate when I find myself not completing all the tasks on the list.
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june 2018
Stop Eating So Much Protein! (the truth about high protein diets)
The high protein diet has been trendy for more than a decade. Hard boiling eggs and packing them up to take to work for lunch – day after day. A bag of turkey jerky in the car. Protein bars. Blocks of cheese for a snack.
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may 2018
Printing your own newspaper: A guide from… | Lecture In Progress
I was based in Bristol when I sent the paper out; it definitely helped get my work in front of new clients. About half went to art directors in the UK (London mostly) and the rest went to the US (almost all New York).
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may 2018
Semantics and complexity of GraphQL | the morning paper
Semantics and complexity of GraphQL Hartig & Pérez, WWW’18 (If you don’t have ACM Digital Library access, the paper can be accessed either by following the link above directly from The Morning Paper blog site, or from the WWW 2018 proceedings page).
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may 2018
How to Pick a Career (That Actually Fits You) - Wait But Why
Hey readers! Quick note before we jump in: This is a post about something I’ve been wanting to write about forever: careers.
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april 2018
Barbell Training is Big Medicine | Jonathon Sullivan
For some time now, in the course of my duties as an emergency physician, I’ve had strange thoughts at the bedside of some of my patients.
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april 2018
Do These Things After 6 P.M. And Your Life Will Never Be The Same
The time before you go to bed is golden, as it exists every single day, and it’s usually completely yours to schedule. What do you want to do with this time? Read? Spend time with your kids?Work on a hobby you’re passionate about?
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april 2018
The death of the newsfeed — Benedict Evans
When I got married, my future wife and I were both quite sure that we would have a nice small, quiet wedding - none of these massive, extravagant parties with hundreds of people for us! We’d just invite close family and friends.
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april 2018
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Describing the structure and types of your data is the first step to doing anything with GraphQL, and the essence of SDL-first development. The formal specification of this shared language can be found here, though you shouldn’t feel intimidated by that formalism.
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march 2018
Things on iOS: The Complete Guide to Automations and Workflows
In a significant update to Things 3, Cultured Code has added deep linking features that allow for new levels of automation and workflows for Things on iPhone and iPad.
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february 2018
Marginal Gains: This Coach Improved Every Tiny Thing by 1 Percent
In 2010, Dave Brailsford faced a tough job. No British cyclist had ever won the Tour de France, but as the new General Manager and Performance Director for Team Sky (Great Britain’s professional cycling team), Brailsford was asked to change that.
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february 2018
What The Screen Time Experts Do With Their Own Kids : NPR Ed : NPR
Parents today struggle to set screen time guidelines. One big reason is a lack of role models. Grandma doesn't have any tried-and-true sayings about iPad time. This stuff is just too new.
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february 2018
If You Stop Thinking Of Exercise As A Way To Lose Weight, You May Actually Enjoy It | FiveThirtyEight
For years, I thought of exercise in terms of calories in and calories out: Eat too much pizza on Saturday night, take an extra spin class. Skip an hourlong run, skip a bagel the next day.
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january 2018
Seriously, You—Ok, We—Need To Stop Watching The News This Year | RyanHoliday.net
If we were to define the word “philosophy” in both its academic and colloquial sense—that is, actual “philosophy” and the more casual “She responded philosophically”—we might say that it means both to get to the fundamental truth of things as well as to view things calmly and with p
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january 2018
This Is How To Use Mindfulness To Make Better Decisions - Barking Up The Wrong Tree
Before we commence with the festivities, I wanted to thank everyone for helping my first book become a Wall Street Journal bestseller. To check it out, click here. A lot of the time you know what the smart thing to do is. But you’re still worried about how it might turn out.
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december 2017
BJ Fogg: How to stick with good habits even when you're lazy - Business Insider
Confession: In the last month or so, I've eaten plain oatmeal for dinner at least eight times. I'm well aware that a bowl of Quaker oats is hardly the most nutritious or substantive fare. Honestly, it doesn't even taste that good.
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december 2017
This System Will Supercharge Your Productivity – Darius Foroux – Medium
Do you know that feeling? You have to do something, but somehow you just don’t do it? That’s procrastination. We all do it. And the funny thing is, we often procrastinate tasks that benefit us in the long-term.
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december 2017
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In the time since we open-sourced the Graphcool Framework, we have been hard at work improving the core features of Graphcool. Today, we are very excited to share a first preview of what the future of Graphcool looks like. ?
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december 2017
React and GraphQL at New York Times | Software Engineering Daily
Are we a media company or a technology company? Facebook and the New York Times are both asking themselves this question. Facebook originally intended to focus only on building technology–to be a neutral arbiter of information. This has turned out to be impossible.
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november 2017
Why 2017 Feels Like a Media Apocalypse - The Atlantic
Pivot to readers. Agony is the natural state of the news industry. Newspaper sales per capita peaked before color television was a thing, and magazines have been in decline since the Clinton administration.
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november 2017
What it means to be data-driven in the media industry
Data distribution (source: Pixabay ) To learn more about how data science, machine learning, and big data are transforming entertainment, media, and ad tech,…
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november 2017
The End of the Social Era Can’t Come Soon Enough | Vanity Fair
Many people imagine 19th-century antebellum America as a frontier fantasia: men with handlebar mustaches sitting in dusty saloons, kicking back moonshine whiskey, as a piano player picks out tunes in the background.
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november 2017
Who Was Prince in Private? | The New Yorker
In his fifty-seven years, Prince mastered the art of control—not merely the show of self-possession but the daily practice of it. The gravitational pull of racial, sexual, spiritual systems did not appear to act on him.
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november 2017
Al Franken Just Gave the Speech Big Tech Has Been Dreading | WIRED
Senator Al Franken (D-Minnesota) delivered some of the sharpest criticism yet about the dangers of tech giants like Facebook, Google, and Amazon during a speech on Wednesday, encouraging regulators, as well as lawmakers in both parties, to better police the market power of dominant online platforms.
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november 2017
The Way I Journal: Wade Shearer | Day One
Consistent journaling leads to greater confidence and gratitude Who are you and what do you do? My name is Wade Shearer. I live in Utah with my amazing wife and four kids. I’m a Latter-day Saint. I love cycling, gardening, and backpacking. I’m also a designer and product leader.
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september 2017
re:Work - The five keys to a successful Google team
Update: Check out the re:Work guide Understand team effectiveness for the full story on Google's team effectiveness research as well as tools to help teams foster psychological safety.
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august 2017
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The modern science of network theory can be traced directly back to Königsberg, the prosperous 16th century capital of the Duchy of Prussia. Specifically, it can be traced to its seven bridges, which connected two islands in the river Pregel to each other and the mainland.
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july 2017
11 Questions to Ask Before Getting a Divorce - The New York Times
Common sense suggests that asking the right questions before getting married can make for a better union, but rarely is the other side of the coin examined.
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may 2017
Page not found - The Mission
Work doesn’t have to suck. For many people, words like stressful, hectic, or even chaotic might best describe their typical day.
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may 2017
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The trick to maintaining your sanity in these fast-moving times is to learn new stuff right between stages two and three, once your interest is piqued but while you’re still ahead of the curve.
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april 2017
How And Why To Keep A “Commonplace Book” | RyanHoliday.net
The other day I was reading a book and I came across a little anecdote. It was about the great Athenian general Themistocles. Before the battle of Salamis, he was locked in a vigorous debate with a Spartan general about potential strategies for defeating the Persians.
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march 2017
How I Built a Profitable "Startup" in 28 Days With a $100 Budget - Gaps
Today my four-week challenge is over, and I’m excited to tell you that (in my opinion) the project has been a huge success. Not only did the “startup” make money (not thousands, but a respectable amount given my constraints), but I also learned a whole new facet of selling online.
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march 2017
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GraphQL is just entering the mainstream as a new standard for data fetching. There are now a lot of great conversations happening around developments in the technology and new tools being built every day.
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march 2017
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I don’t read many books these days, but I do listen to books. Thanks to the incessant work of the Audible marketing team Amazon has converted me into an audiobook consumer.
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march 2017
John Maeda: If You Want to Survive in Design, You Better Learn to Code | WIRED
Silicon Valley finally understands the essential role of design. Products look better than ever, interfaces feel intuitive, and companies are hiring designers at an increasing rate. But the designer's role in tech is changing. It's no longer enough to iterate and understand your user.
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march 2017
An Introduction to GraphQL via the GitHub API - via @codeship | via @codeship
RESTful, JSON-delivering APIs are today’s default choice when building an API. However, there’s a new API kid on the block that’s generating considerable attention: GraphQL. GraphQL is an entirely new way to consume and build APIs.
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march 2017
GraphQL vs REST Caching
Recently I wrote GraphQL vs REST: Overview, giving a hype-free outline of the differences between REST and GraphQL. One section that would not have fit into that already lengthy article was caching, so I thought I'd fire that out next.
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march 2017
API Documentation: Do it First | Phil Sturgeon
Two years ago I finished the first edition of Build APIs You Won't Hate, and since then I've worked on bigger and better projects, using my API experience, honing some approaches, and throwing out some approaches entirely. These projects were big and scary.
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february 2017
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