“Then you realize that the pointers are not fixed, but can slide on the frame… and then you note that they are somehow interconnected -- moving any of the small ones will move the larger one this way or that. Strange. But when you see the diagram of the inner mechanism you realize what this is, and it can take your breath away…”
The new Balmorhea is also pretty great:
My go-to-sleep album has been Trance Frendz:
I love the fidelity with which the studio space has been captured. Sometimes a bit too realistic... One night I fell asleep and woke up from what I thought was a small animal roaming around.
A few records that were on repeat these last few weeks:
Bobby Oroza — This Love
This has helped us wean ourselves off El Michels Affair.
Stamen's Watercolor Maptiles enter the Cooper Hewitt Collection. Congrats @migurski!
(This is either Very Good or Very Bad.)
The Google Chrome team encourages authors to publish RSS feeds: https://blog.chromium.org/2021/05/an-experiment-in-helping-users-and-web.html
Wild garlic pesto is amazing! Just substitute the leaves for basil in your normal pesto recipe . We use it for whole wheat pasta with a chopped potato and green beans . Never went wrong with it.
This is a brilliant idea. A catalogue of state machines for UI features:
This is such a great record, we've been listening to it exclusively for the past few days:
El Michels Affair — Yeti Season
(in other words, on the way the assumption of assistance from external tooling — via features such as click-through to definition, on-hover type information, etc — shapes code)
Which type of novelty-seeking web developer are you? https://www.baldurbjarnason.com/2021/which-kind-of-web-developer-are-you/
Not all things new and shiny are created equal.
Phew, managed to go through the first page of the manuscript:
Designer, tool maker, web platform nerd.
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