#Wordpress was the first standards-compliant CMS. I hand-coded my blog starting in 1995, and would still be doing it if WordPress had not come along. Next year, after exhausting a half dozen other platforms, @AListApart will come home to WordPress.
Advocates for the deaf community hit me up to connect me with tools (i.e. Clipomatic) to better serve all of us.
Thanks to them, I now caption all my IG stories so our deaf brothers and sisters can follow along too. twitter.com/thesillysully/status…
Plus, there’s also the slides: slides.felix-arntz.me/types-subt…
When evaluating code remember you are viewing someone’s compromises not their plans. Assume good intent.
I’m sorry NO. One of the worst parts of my time at Apple was the toxic culture this line of thinking bred. Swearing at and insulting people’s work is not okay and is never helpful. Criticism for criticism’s sake is a power move. twitter.com/kocienda/status/1045…
Picture it: A tech conference where they give out 7,000 winter jackets to the homeless instead of 7,000 backpacks to people that already have 7,000 conference backpacks.
We need to add PR, DC, and Guam as states.
53 is a prime number
then we can truly be one nation, indivisible
Excuse me, I have been a government software contractor and I assure you this is not the largest man-made waterfall twitter.com/evankirstel/status/1…
Saying an elevator is down but will be back up shortly is the same thing as saying it’s working.
I like this gif
When you’re on a conference call and you work from home with 4 kids
Pretty cool that for $100 AUD Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 completely rewired the way my brain experiences public spaces for the rest of my fuckin life
did we all generate lots of data today?
I imagine a bigshot exec at Skippy Peanut Butter is just driving along in 2014 when a new song, “Uptown Funk,” comes on the radio. He’s boppin along then hears the line “smoother than a fresh jar of Skippy” and loses his dang mind
My therapist: that’s an interesting happy place
$7.40 a week to serve 54 million searches against a DB of half a billion records with no failures. Cloud computing is often the more expensive solution, unless you know what you’re doing. twitter.com/troyhunt/status/1011…
All I want is
*cash register noise*
A desk farther from the foley studio
*footsteps on gravel*
When the bad guys get the ball in the thing. twitter.com/mikeclaynfl/status/1…