Random thought: theoretically increases codebase performance. Type checking in functions is fairly common in vanilla JS, but could mean a value is validated several times when passed through several functions. With , you don’t have to.

I do like JavaScript, but some proposals make me want to gauge out my eyes. I should look into WebAssembly.

So I went to cnet.com. What a piece of garbage.

- Got a cookie notification
- Got two newsletter pop-ups
- Video of another article started playing with sound
- 30MB loaded after 3 minutes
- Loads of cookies and other storage, a lot of third parties
- Ads everywhere

It also tells me my password needs to be at least 6 characters long, regardless whether I type in 8 or 40 characters. I think that's a side-effect of the internal error.

Several hobbies are starting to come together and I can’t be happier about it. I’m reviving my blog by redesigning it and that involves some creative coding.

“Why Love Generative Art?” Jason Bailey explains the beauty of generative art and gives a brief tour of it’s history.

RT @gumnos@twitter.com
@sebmck@twitter.com Unicode even gives us
for a single semantic unit-identifier.
So, dear non-unit users,

This is why sites that don’t rely on JS are most robust.
"Google may start disabling Javascript on 2G connections in Chrome when Data Saver is switched on". androidpolice.com/2018/08/23/c

‪Hire me as a consultant to improve your site’s performance*!‬

‪* I’ll tell you to remove your ridiculous third-party trackers, then shame you for invading your site visitors’ privacy. You’ll be embarrassed, but I’ll have shaved off 200+ requests, ~2mb, and cut load time in half.‬

"Most websites are about delivering content. HTML is amazing for this and you DON'T NEED JAVASCRIPT."

I would like to marry this post. 👰

#progressiveenhancement #inclusivedesign



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