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“What’s new in AMP by Example”: more or less equivalent to “What’s new in AMP.”
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3 days ago
Speed up Service Worker with Navigation Preloads  |  Web  |  Google Developers
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To avoid the problems we saw with vendor prefixes, origin trials are globally shut off if usage exceeds 0.03% of all Chrome page loads, so large sites should only enable the feature for a fraction of its users.
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chrome  origintrial 
12 days ago
Twitter
Probably difficult to discover, but iOS has a 3D Touch gesture for this. (That's the Twitter PWA.) Wo…
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16 days ago
Twitter
The one with the little boy on the sled? I miss that one too, thanks for remembering! Sigh, high resolut…
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17 days ago
How we built Twitter Lite | Twitter Blogs
How to build a modern website. No particular surprises (React, etc.). It ended up "1-3% the size of our native apps"
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17 days ago
Subresource Integrity Addressable Caching
It's not as easy as it seems to cache content across the web.
sri  cache  caching 
17 days ago
GitHub - ithinkihaveacat/sw-proxy: An HTTP proxy for service workers
Have been working on a compliant implementation but there's a lot missing
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17 days ago
Twitter
Unfortunately, Cache.put() doesn't manipulate the browser cache Worse, it doesn't t…
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17 days ago
A Tale of Four Caches · Yoav Weiss
Unfortunately, Cache.put() doesn't manipulate the browser cache Worse, it doesn't t…
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17 days ago
The Emoji Movie - Wikipedia
"The film will center on Gene, a multi-expressional emoji who sets out on a journey to become a normal emoji."
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18 days ago
How the Like Button Ruined the Internet - The Atlantic
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What I liked about Reader was that not knowing what people liked gave you a peculiar kind of freedom. Maybe it’s better described as plausible deniability: You couldn’t be sure that your friends didn’t like your latest post, so your next post wasn’t constrained by what had previously done well or poorly in terms of a metric like Likes or Views. Your only guide was taste and a rather coarse model of your audience.
"""
socialmedia  like  facebook  theatlantic 
19 days ago
The Wadsworth Constant | Know Your Meme
Chekov (?) similarly also advised short-story writers to throw away the first section of their stories, and launch directly into the action.
meme  youtube 
23 days ago
Twitter
RT : Woop woop, finally preparing to expose a solution for deduplicating web push notifications with native notification…
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25 days ago
How to win in the Amazon marketplace
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Sure! We operate in the toys and games space, but regardless of the space I'd follow the same process: 1) Locate a mid-popularity product with a ranking of < 4.3 stars and what appears to be profitable margins 2) Look over the neutral and negative reviews looking for improvement suggestions and complaints customers have 3) Figure out an improvement or a way to fix the issues
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If you have a superior product, the rest will take care of itself.
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business  amazon  marketplace  retail  ecommerce 
4 weeks ago
A Lesson in Bathroom Lighting | This Old House
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ideally spread over a fixture that's at least 24 inches long so that the light will wash evenly over the hair and face
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lighting  bathroom  light 
4 weeks ago
Modem mode on your Virgin Media Hub
To enable: 192.168.0.1
Once enabled: 192.168.100.1
virginmedia  modemmode 
5 weeks ago
Reverse Culture Shock - The Challenges of Returning Home: Reverse Culture Shock
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General Challenges

People at home aren’t as interested in hearing about your foreign experience as you are in telling them about it . 
You aren’t as interested in hearing about what has happened at home as they are in telling you about it. 
You miss being abroad.
You miss the celebrity status of being an “American” overseas — at home, you don’t stand out as much.
You miss the “royal” treatment, lifestyle and social status you may have enjoyed abroad.
You miss the tight-knit foreign affairs community you were a part of.
"""
expat  travel  culture  cultureshock 
5 weeks ago
Scrolling on the web: A primer - Microsoft Edge Dev BlogMicrosoft Edge Dev Blog
"As we’ve seen, scrolling on the web is a fantastically complicated process…" Fantastic article by .
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5 weeks ago
"Globals" in service workers via the cache and Proxies · GitHub
Hacky, but maybe useful: a persistent-ish way to store flags, etc. in a service worker using cache and JS proxies.
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6 weeks ago
THE Co. Ltd.
Store that sells the "best" of each category.
japan  retail  store  tokyo  thesweethome  thewirecutter 
7 weeks ago
ripgrep is faster than {grep, ag, git grep, ucg, pt, sift} - Andrew Gallant's Blog
Impressively detailed description of the difficulties involved in writing a grep replacement.
grep  search  unix  performance 
7 weeks ago
4 Inch (100mm) x 10mts Acoustic Insulated Ducting
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ideal for use in low and medium pressure ventilation and air conditioning systems
where attenuation of duct borne noise is required.
"""
duct  ventilation  hvac  diy 
7 weeks ago
Progressive Web App Libraries in Production – Dev Channel – Medium
Nice overview of the latest web features and libraries that smooth over the process of using them (by ).
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7 weeks ago
The Trouble with Teaching Rape Law - The New Yorker
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When I teach rape law, I don’t dwell on cases in which everyone will agree that the defendant is guilty. Instead, I focus on cases that test the limits of the rules, and that fall near the rapidly shifting line separating criminal conduct from legal sex. These cases involve people who previously knew each other and who perhaps even previously had sex. They cover situations in which the meaning of each party’s actions, signals, and desires may have been ambiguous to the other, or misapprehended by one or both sides.
"""
newyorker  harvard  rape  edgecases 
7 weeks ago
Twitter
Bluetooth is in surprising places.
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8 weeks ago
GitHub - Microsoft/vscode-tips-and-tricks: Collection of helpful tips and tricks for VS Code.
VS Code's git integration has a few more tricks than I thought. (Hadn't discovered the inline diff, for one.)
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8 weeks ago
Investment trusts explained - Which?
An investment trust is a bit owning shares in a company that invests in the stock market.
investment  money  finance 
9 weeks ago
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