It is wholly disingenuous to conflate the push to de-platform groups that mean to perpetuate hate and violence to a generalist push to control the flow of information. That point is complete and utter bullshit.
People such as myself that advocate de-platforming bigot do not give a single solitary fuck about controlling information. I want to *reduce harm*. That's it.
Anyone that gets on a high horse about how that idea is SLIPPERY SLOPE is purposefully trying to derail the point of it.
race, Gab discourse & 'good guys'
Like Ive already said, if youre upset about how ppl *react* to racism, homophobia etc more so than the oppression, you're the problem, not the rest of us.
Whilst you park yourself in ppls mentions telling them to be nicer, that does nothing for a political and social shift, you're just telling us to lay down and accept the oppression and violence you supposedly hate yourself.
Back to front, cognitive dissonance, call it when you want, you allow our oppression
Applying two transform animations to an element gives some crazy results in Firefox and is just plain boring in Chrome: https://jsfiddle.net/3uobxfg7/
This is fine, except when you're *trying* to get some pseudo-random movement of an element. Suddenly you think that Firefox is working fine and Chrome is just rubbish!
The proper solution is, as it always is with CSS, to put the element in a container like so: https://jsfiddle.net/u5mkocgv/
"Performance perception: correlation to RUM metrics" by Gilles Dubuc https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/phame/post/view/167/performance_perception_correlation_to_rum_metrics/
Wikipedia did a large-scale study of perceived performance, and found that none of the existing web APIs had a strong correlation with how fast or slow users thought the page was. Yikes.