I am very excited to publish this article!!
My last few months have been looking at some really cool Web technology which have really inspired me about the future of the Web. #WebDevelopment
“Oh, USB-C is so inconvenient” said someone once presumably who hasn’t just plugged a laptop charger into their phone.
Idea: a mod to replace the voice in Google Home or Alexa with Mr Meeseeks.
It is my contention that 90% of "validation rules" do nothing but stop thousands of users for a decade doing anything that couldn't be imagined by one developer in one hour, and we would be better off without them.
stuffrage, n. the soon-coming ability for your entire garage full of abandoned electronic devices to both hate you, and vote
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I don’t even know how this would work.
hell yeah i ate the PLUMS IN YOUR ICEBOX
Apparently our test library subscribes to the “I ain’t done nothing” model of double negatives.
Idea: an HTTP logging module that fudges your latency stats to avoid ever using 404 or 503 milliseconds because it's really confusing.
Hey @Google@twitter.com, your doodle says you need six instructions to solve this level but I did it in 4. Does that mean I get a cushy job?
Wait, what are we calling Facebook here? "the f word"? "blue advert list"? "stupidmutesquarevideohell"?
Hey #MathsJam people, I've made a thing where you can scroll (horizontally) through @AshFrankland@twitter.com's slo-mo video of me and @email@example.com dropping @ColinTheMathmo@twitter.com's ring-and-chain toy. I'm not telling you how it works but if you're struggling, this will help:
I've been rather enjoying Mastodon so far, although I do feel like suddenly I'm expect to know what "birdsite milkshakeduck" means and apparently it's not the new character from the makers of Spongebob Squarepants.