Home office MVP: a cushion and an extension cord
"Just because code is concise, doesn’t mean it lacks complexity."
Mozilla is working on a tool that will enable "blind" code reviews in which gender, location and other details are hidden from the reviewer.
I'll be watching this. (h/t @david_ross)
New blog post on Fedora 28's wallpaper process
The New York Times style section has been covering blockchain technology over the past few months, and the results are incredible.
"Need a stable location for puddles on the mirror"
Bugzilla issue or Grateful Dead lyric? You decide!
Whoever paid exactly $13.37 for my album, a.) Thank you so much! and b.) That is incredibly nerdy and I love it.
Firefox 59 adds support for decentralisation protocols https://blog.mozilla.org/addons/2018/01/26/extensions-firefox-59/ https://toot.cafe/media/Xv4yaBWqRkI2SZOTrtw
After living without a dryer for six weeks in France, I'm looking into air-drying laundry back home.
Turns out there is a whole world of absurd German laundry equipment that you can order on the Internet. I'm currently looking at something called the "Leifheit Pegasus"!
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Today on Hacker News: Developer discovers his product is a hit in India with users of a $20 featurephone. He manipulates them into trolling a competitor, intentionally delivers a faulty product, aggressively monetizes, and expands to Africa.
So, colonialism, but on the Internet.
We must do better than that. We have a responsibility to treat all people with respect, and to be worthy of their trust.
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"This, really, is the American idea: that prosperity and justice do not exist in tension, but flow from each other."