WordPress and SaaS friends… I’m hiring several full stack devs @optinmonster (full time, fully remote). See the thread for some details…
Some ways to elevate tour Terminal experience on the Mac:
Neat idea for a site: gets you to replace “very” in your copy with a better word.
Next @WordCampUS August 21-25th 2023. National Harbor Maryland.
Longer WordCamp because It will begin with a community summit first.
My new home page: randomstreetview.com
Ten year anniversary of one of the truest statements made on this web page twitter.com/Horse_ebooks/status/…
I turned every 4,100 Benjamin Moore paint colours into CSS variables.
Looks like some useful #macOS keyboard shortcuts and third party tricks.
I have nine people who report to me and I think I could tell you where *one* of them went to school and make educated guesses on a couple others. I’ve just never looked at it. twitter.com/burgessdryan/status/…
Applications are now open for this summer’s paid data visualization internship at @axios! You’ll get to spend 10 weeks (remote) with our all-star team learning about both daily data viz journalism and large-scale data storytelling!
@TheBlackNerd When I was a bartender, there were a couple of college kids at one end of the bar arguing about whether they’d rather be shot or stabbed, when an old guy who was just quietly drinking well whiskey said “stabbing hurts worse when it happens, gettin’ shot hurts worse the next day”.
Accessibility tip #1:
Don’t hyperlink the word “here”.
Use descriptive language. If you are linking to your quirky introduction video, hyperlink that whole phrase. Imagine a screenreader skipping through to each hyperlink and just hearing, here, here, here, here.
If you REALLY love Favicons then I suggest reading this mega analysis post by candlelight in a private room with soft jazz in the background.
“We Analyzed 425,909 Favicons”
Someone on the Facebook recovery effort has explained that a routine BGP update went wrong, which in turn locked out those with remote access who could reverse the mistake. Those who do have physical access do not have authorization on the servers. Catch-22.