I learned HTML so I could put up an A:TLA fansite on tripod. Then I learned PHP so I could add a forum to it... That's how it started...
Currently there's a discussion on the projects GitHub, and if you know anything that may help us that's the place to go. Please try to read the conversation before pitching in though!
Oh, that's neat. It now shows a number next to Notifications, so you know when there's something there to see.
Speaking of bedtime, someone we know is reading the comments, when he should be getting ready to sleep.
I'm not saying any names.
It's done! The prototype SNES/SFC RGB cable is done! It also looks great! (Screenshots via OBS displaying a native 240p image scaled to 720p via software. No filters, etc.) https://nulled.red/media/v4aO3fx8Ko2w04oLK_U https://nulled.red/media/HjgWIzROuG5ij62AjpY https://nulled.red/media/XOI5fjbY0u9ZBe4fMuc
If your org’s site is blocked anywhere in the world, if you're calling out injustices, sharing suppressed resources, or want to provide better privacy and security, creating a .onion version of your site should be your next step. https://blog.torproject.org/news-orgs-activists-onionize-your-sites-against-censorship https://twitter.com/torproject/status/971383755549102080/photo/1 source: https://twitter.com/torproject/status/971383755549102080
US cities with the worst traffic congestion.
Web designers need to know of this exchange between my parents:
Father: Ah - they've updated their web site!
Mother: Oh no.
Father: It looks good ...
Mother: Can you find the things we need?
... (long pause) ...
Father: No ...
I wrote about the 2010 rise and fall of Google Wave, and lessons we can learn from their attempt to roll up email and chat and wikis into a single federated tool: https://jamey.thesharps.us/2018/02/16/how-not-to-replace-email/