hello! i wrote (!) about has css has evolved over the past 20 years, at least as i remember it https://eev.ee/blog/2020/02/01/old-css-new-css/
Imagine a little horizontal timeline with a marker for each group. It could even be interactive and alert you when you need to be doing the next step. Maybe also telling you what you should be doing now (stirring occasionally etc.) in the current step.
Want: Recipes to label their ingredients in groups, so I can keep them together in the same bowls and save on washing up. Also good for knowing when things need to be ready. (https://qubyte.codes/notes/1580060799517)
Young people will save us
We got students of all backgrounds to read Rod Liddle’s deranged Spectator rant, and they’re all registering to vote.
Dweb: Identity for the Decentralized Web with IndieAuth - Mozilla Hacks: https://qubyte.codes/links/1572276226823
And by thing I mean a brain-dump wall of text to get it out of my head before it vanished.
I participated in IndieWebCamp Brighton 2019 and wrote a thing. #AboutThisBlog #glitch #WebServices #IndieWeb https://qubyte.codes/blog/indiewebcamp-brighton-2019
I learnt a bit of CSS while creating a dark node form my blog (I’m a slave to fashion). In particular, how applying a CSS filter to something affects its place in the order of a stacking context. It may be the very first time I’ve used z-index for a good (and unavoidable) reason! https://qubyte.codes/blog/dark-mode
It uses a cute trick to do this. Since the site is deployed from git (GitHub) using Netlify, the build has access to a clone of the repository and can clone it into a bare repo in the public folder. A bare repo hosted by an HTTP server is a read-only git server!
Server side (mainly) web + game programmer and one time Quantum Information Scientist.
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