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Pope Hilarius - Wikipedia
Today = Nov 17 = the Feast Day of Pope Hilarius. Please celebrate responsibly.
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Twitter
Wonderful! Also, re font-display combined with multiple weights/variants, any thoughts on how to avoid mismatches o…
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9 hours ago
Twitter
Sure, but that "feature" is up to the browser: not checked? -> server sets a cookie with no ex…
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2 days ago
Twitter
The logout is achieved via cookie expiration, right? I wonder what would break if browsers just consider…
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2 days ago
GitHub - PolymerLabs/lit-html: HTML template literals in JavaScript
Interesting use of JS Template Literals for DOM Templating. (Also: it's written in TypeScript.)
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3 days ago
Twitter
Chrome Canary now does Safari-style descender-clearing underlines by default, which should make some of the nasty,…
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8 days ago
Twitter
Twitter's Trump account deletion postmortem carefully avoids mentioning whether it was the employee'…
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10 days ago
(404) https://twitter.com/hummingbirduav
The link at the bottom of goes to , which doesn't exist.
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11 days ago
Hummingbird
The link at the bottom of goes to , which doesn't exist.
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11 days ago
Volatile Software / Steve Losh
"""
I’ve noticed something interesting lately: I can categorize almost all of the software I use into two distinct groups:

Software that breaks pretty much every time I update it (e.g. weechat, offlineimap, Clojure, many Python packages, Skype).
Software that almost never breaks when I update it (e.g. Mercurial, git, tmux, Python, ack, zsh, Vim, Dropbox).
Software that falls in between these two extremes is surprisingly rare. There seems to be a pretty clean divide between the two groups.
"""
backwardcompatibility  version  semver 
15 days ago
Flickr
The bell is supposed to be on top now? It used to be on the bottom:
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18 days ago
Twitter
Same gear ratios I hope? I've never hauled a piano up a hill with a bike, but if I…
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18 days ago
(23) AMP Anatomy with Malte Ubl - YouTube
"[Guardian] is the only known media site where their non-AMP files are faster."
amp  cramforce  guardian 
18 days ago
(429) https://twitter.com/ithinkihaveacat/status/923613115907964928/photo/1
A surprisingly long way down: the route to the toilets at the Business Design Centre
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22 days ago
Twitter
You got any more info on the relationship between site speed and other metrics like e…
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25 days ago
Twitter
Are you still doing merino? Very difficult to find on your site, there's a few random products using it…
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5 weeks ago
Twitter
Ken Burns Effect using <amp-animation> (CSS animations, basically). Looks substantially bet…
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5 weeks ago
Hello Ken Burns
Ken Burns Effect using <amp-animation> (CSS animations, basically). Looks substantially bet…
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5 weeks ago
Twitter
"Testing service workers is difficult. … This package makes it easy to turn a Node.js environment into a faux servi…
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5 weeks ago
Twitter
Related, maybe: have you seen the citations for the Nobel Prize for literature? They're (usually) impenet…
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6 weeks ago
Twitter
(Pretty sure the bulk of the problem is on the Fujifilm side rather than yours, but as it is, it's not…
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6 weeks ago
Twitter
Any plans to support geotagging of photos uploaded via the SD to lighting cable? Needing to download v…
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6 weeks ago
About Bombardier - Board, Management and History
"Bombardier is the world’s leading manufacturer of both planes and trains." — misleading! Not many companies make both planes and trains.
english  bombardier  transport  language 
7 weeks ago
Twitter
All pretty confusing! What would an actual 1000x750 RAW image look like in the info window?
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7 weeks ago
Signal >> Blog >> Technology preview: Private contact discovery for Signal
Amazing: you can securely upload & execute code on a *remote* Intel CPU (e.g. one inside a data center). Thanks DRM!
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7 weeks ago
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