If nerding out about old web standards is your jam this is a great little post about what SGML, XML, HTML and JSON can teach us about the blockchain. I particularly liked it for the little nugget of insight about why we fetch JSON with XMLHttpRequest...
RT @email@example.com: The classroom I'm volunteering in still has technology textbooks from the 1980s in it. Is this not the most glorious stock photo of all time?
so I’m thinking after we scramble the egg in its shell we inject it with the cheese gun
omfg https://www.vat19.com/item/the-golden-goose-egg-scrambler this is all @nelson’s fault
@burritojustice ballot measure to ban the display of Christmas and Halloween decorations bat the same time
“The amazing thing is that I don’t know @burritojustice’s real name!” – Roberto Baldwin
RT @JspiderSF@twitter.com: Valencia Bike folks: beware SFPD is on patrol today. Saw this same guy writing tickets for bikes at 8:45 & 11am, and he was just rolling up Valencia. I asked him if he was patrolling for bikes and he said “bikes and pedestrians.” I repeated that to him and he added “...and cars.”
I made a little program to generate "ransom note" text using fancy international symbols like "İ 𝗺Ąⅅ𝔼 𝔸 𝔩𝒊ŦƬ𝕃🝗 ᑭ𝗥Ⲟ𝙶ꞅ𝙰𝗺 t𝕆 𝔾ƐŊЄᏒa𝞣𝐸 'Ꮢ𝛢𝛮💲⎔⩋ Ŋ⎔Ƭ𝛦' Ƭ𝐸𝑿t 𝑼ຣi𝓝𝙶 🝡𝘈𝚗𝘾γ 𝒊𝚗𝚃𝙴Rn⩜𝚃İ⬯Ⲛaℒ ട𝘺ოβ⎔ℓS."
little program: https://lahosken.san-francisco.ca.us/cgi-bin/ransom_note.py
burrito law, geojson, dad jokes
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