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2024-03-05

1177.

Task

taskfile.dev

Task is a task runner / build tool that aims to be simpler and easier to use

version: '3'

tasks:
  hello:
    cmds:
      - echo 'Hello World from Task!'
    silent: true

2024-03-03

1176.

fep

codeberg.org/fediverse/fep

Fediverse Enhancement Proposals

1175.

Death, Lonely Death

crookedtimber.org/2024/02/19/death-lonely-death

Voyager 1 stopped sending meaningful data.

1174.

Launch: History Book - And a Dinosaur

andadinosaur.com/launch-history-book

History Book automatically saves the content of your browsing history for searching. And it does it in a privacy-friendly way.

1173.

bjesus/eyeroll

github.com/bjesus/eyeroll

Eyeroll is a WebExtension for Firefox that let's you scroll webpages by blinking your eyes. Close your right eye to scroll down, and your left eye to scroll up. It's great for scrolling chords without leaving your instrument, or reading the news while you're brushing your teeth! Eyeroll works 100% on your device and works on Firefox for Android too.

1172.

Gibberish Is Now Available on TestFlight - Gibberish and Stuff

zhenyi.gibber.blog/gibberish-is-now-available-on-testflight

Gibberish is a blogging app that looks and feels like a messaging app. It’s a bit weird, but that’s the point. This UI tricks my brain into writing mode, just like when I write long messages to my friends. Here’s what it looks like:

So true! The way I describe my day to the diary and to the friends is so different! It's those little bubbles that do something. I want this for Android.

1171.

2024-03-02 Oddµ themes

alexschroeder.ch/view/2024-03-02-oddmu-themes

Alex got inspired by chat bubbles and considered adding them to Oddμ. Mentions something called Gibberish, which I will bookmark next

Chat bubbles are cool.

I told him he would need a special syntax for that and he got scared. He also liked a quote of mine: “it’s impossible to keep a publishing system pure Markdown”.

2024-03-02

Reposted 1170.

Center a Div

www.joshwcomeau.com/css/center-a-div

Back in the day, centering an element was one of the trickiest things in CSS. As the language has evolved, we’ve been given lots of new tools we can use… But how do we pick the best option? When do we use Flexbox, or CSS Grid, or something else? Let's dig into it.

1167.

Universal domain types

mmapped.blog/posts/25-domain-types.html

A guide to domain-specific types that make sense.

2024-03-01

1166.

Serving my blog posts as Linux manual pages | James' Coffee Blog

jamesg.blog/2024/02/29/linux-manual-pages

TL;DR: You can request a Linux manual page version of a blog post with the following HTTP request:

curl -sL -H "Accept: text/roff" https://jamesg.blog/2024/02/28/programming-projects/ > post.page && man ./post.page
1165.

The internet turned into a crowded mall. Now you need a corner shop. | Pith & Pip

pithandpip.com/blog/15-minute-internet

On the need for a simpler, smaller internet to stand out from the crowd, meet interesting people, and build a calmer business.

Reposted 1164.

How to Feel 20 Percent Better

www.raptitude.com/2024/02/how-to-feel-20-percent-better

2024-02-28

1163.

The Janet Programming Language

janet-lang.org

Janet is a functional and imperative programming language. It runs on Windows, Linux, macOS, FreeBSD and *nix.

Designed to be embedded. A Lisp!

2024-02-27

1162.

ignore the code: browse the archives

ignorethecode.net/blog/browse

An old and interesting blog.

1161.

ignore the code: Preferences Considered Harmful

ignorethecode.net/blog/2008/05/18/preferences-considered-harmful
1160.

ignore the code: Oberon

ignorethecode.net/blog/2009/04/22/oberon

ZUI, executable text, alternative history vibe. Lovable!

1159.

A Constructive Look At TempleOS

www.codersnotes.com/notes/a-constructive-look-at-templeos

Also talks about DolDoc, which I'm long interested in.

1158.

JavaScript Bloat in 2024 @ tonsky.me

tonsky.me/blog/js-bloat
1157.

CloudpilotEmu

cloudpilot-emu.github.io

A PalmOS emulator for the web

1156.

OpenWorm

openworm.org

OpenWorm is an open source project dedicated to creating a virtual C. elegans nematode in a computer.

Червя оцифровали 😳

Via Merlin

2024-02-26

1155.

Теменной глаз — Википедия

ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Теменной_глаз
1154.

Красные пики про трёхглазую игуану

t.me/red_spades/1114

Есть игуана с глазом на затылке! А это, оказывается, тема распространённая так-то. Называется теменной глаз.

2024-02-22

Reposted 1153.

Strategy pattern in Go

rednafi.com/go/strategy_pattern

2024-02-19

1152.

Middle-Earth Map

middleearthmap.app

Discover Middle Earth during Third Age with this interactive map.

2024-02-18

1151.

Pagefind | Pagefind — Static low-bandwidth search at scale

pagefind.app

Pagefind is a fully static search library that aims to perform well on large sites, while using as little of your users’ bandwidth as possible, and without hosting any infrastructure.

1150.

New Research Reveals That Viking Dentistry Was Surprisingly Advanced

scitechdaily.com/new-research-reveals-that-viking-dentistry-was-surprisingly-advanced
1149.

Yume Wiki

yume.wiki/Main_Page

Yume Nikki and related games wiki

2024-02-17

1147.

GitHub - 1fishe2fishe/EXODUS: Run TempleOS in user space

github.com/1fishe2fishe/EXODUS

2024-02-16

1146.

TETR.IO

tetr.io

Puzzle together in this free-to-win modern yet familiar online stacker in the same genre as Tetris. Play multiplayer games against friends and foes all over the world, or claim a spot on the leaderboards - the stacker future is yours!

My tetris pal filled me in on the newest Tetris tech. This one seems to be all the rage now, instead of Jstris. I can see why! It's awesome.

2024-02-11

1140.

Privatizing our digital identities

notes.volution.ro/v1/2023/03/remarks/6d51f70e

Trying to make the case for permanent irrevocable digital identities, which unfortunately today, by de-facto, are email addresses.

1137.

We need more of Richard Stallman, not less

ploum.net/2023-06-19-more-rms.html

I’ve spent the last 6 years teaching Free Software and Open Source at École Polytechnique de Louvain, being forced to investigate the subject and the history more than I anticipated in order to answer students’ questions. I’ve read many historical books on the subject, including RMS’s biography and many older writings.

And something struck me.

RMS was right since the very beginning. Every warning, every prophecy realised. And, worst of all, he had the solution since the start. The problem is not RMS or FSF. The problem is us. The problem is that we didn’t listen.

2024-02-10

1136.

Static typing isn’t free. Where do you think the C++ angry mob comes from?

wordsandbuttons.online/static_typing_isnt_free.html

C++ has a built-in logic deduction engine. It's not free, it's like a second program you are writing alongside the main one.

1134.

Fediverse Developer Network | Webfinger sample files

fedidevs.org/reference/webfinger

A selection of Webfinger files as produced by common Fediverse apps

2024-02-08

1133.

Alternatives numériques

alternatives-numeriques.fr

Un média pour explorer des alternatives numériques qui vous respectent !

2024-02-07

1132.

jQuery 4.0.0 BETA! | Official jQuery Blog

blog.jquery.com/2024/02/06/jquery-4-0-0-beta

Yay jQuery 4! I don't do such things nowadays, but this release made me glad. I wish it an even brighter future.

2024-02-06

1131.

Дамстер дайвинг, или Как я отправилась за едой на мусорку - LookBio Organic & Beauty Weekly

lookbio.ru/samochuvctvie/lichnyj-opyt/damster-dajving-ili-kak-ya-otpravilas-za-edoj-na-musorku

Дамстер дайвинг, или Как я отправилась за едой на мусорку Достоверно о натуральной косметике, органических продуктах и экостиле жизни. Главное органик-издание страны.

1130.

Trashwiki: the world-wide guide to dumpster diving

trashwiki.org

Wiki on trash. Dumpster divers go here.

1129.

Stract

stract.com

Stract is an open source search engine where the user has the ability to see exactly what is going on and customize almost everything about their search results. It's a search engine made for hackers and tinkerers just like ourselves. No more searches where some of the terms in the query arent used, and the engine tries to guess what you really meant. You get what you search for.

AGPLv3! Doesn't work in my outdated Safari though...

Via Nix of Merveilles.

1128.

Sage advice for a calmer, more fulfilling digital life | datagubbe.se

www.datagubbe.se/sage

Datagubbe giving good advice in a bullet list. My favorite items are:

  • Disable notfications. I'd recommend to at least turn their sound off.

  • Use smaller software, use less applications.

  • Avoid social media. I'm building one haha.

  • Delete unused accounts.

  • Thank FOSS maintainers. That includes me.

  • Disable blinking cursor.

My least favorite is his recommendation to use laptops less. I myself should use it more, so I don't use the phone. And I don't have a desktop or a place for it.

1126.

11 Abandoned Tube Stations And The Fascinating Stories Behind Them

secretldn.com/abandoned-tube-stations

Статья про заброшенные станции
Я очень рад, что моя гипотеза про их существование подтвердилась.

Лондонское метро насчитывает 270 станций. Ну и жесть. В Казани десяток.

1125.

GUIdebook: Graphical User Interface gallery

guidebookgallery.org

A collection of GUI screenshots.

1124.

Graphical User Interface Gallery

toastytech.com/guis/index.html

On these pages you will find many screen shots of various desktop computer Graphical User Interfaces and operating systems. Many different people have had different ideas of how a GUI should work and these screen shots show many of the more popular ones.

Still maintained. A sweet collection. It's older than me.

1123.

What might degrowth computing look like?

criticaledtech.com/2022/04/08/what-might-degrowth-computing-look-like
1122.

About · Minimal Computing

go-dh.github.io/mincomp/about

We use “minimal computing” to refer to computing done under some set of significant constraints of hardware, software, education, network capacity, power, or other factors. Minimal computing includes both the maintenance, refurbishing, and use of machines to do DH work out of necessity along with the use of new streamlined computing hardware like the Raspberry Pi or the Arduino micro controller to do DH work by choice. This dichotomy of choice vs. necessity focuses attention on computing that is decidedly not high-performance. By operating at this intersection between choice and necessity minimal computing forces important concepts and practices within the DH community to the fore. In this way minimal computing is also an critical movement, akin to environmentalism, asking for balance between gains and costs in related areas that include social justice issues and de-manufacturing and reuse, not to mention re-thinking high-income assumptions about “e-waste” and what people do with it. Minimal computing thus relates to issues of aesthetics, culture, environment, global relationships of power and knowledge production, and other economic, infrastructural and material conditions.

They are not active anymore. They have a cute abacus as a logo.

1121.

Frugal computing

wimvanderbauwhede.github.io/articles/frugal-computing

On the need for low-carbon and sustainable computing and the path towards zero-carbon computing.

1120.

iScape: A Collaborative Memory Palace for Digital Library Search Results

cns.iu.edu/docs/publications/2001-borner-iscape2.pdf

iScape, short for information landscape, was something interesting, lost in time because it was commerical. It offers users to manage their information in a 3D space, creating a digital palace.

The iScape world is a multi-modal, multi-user, collaborative 3-D virtual environment that is interconnected with standard web pages.

This paper presents iScape, a shared virtual desktop world dedicated to the collaborative exploration and management of information. Data mining and information visualization techniques are applied to extract and visualize semantic relationships in search results. A three-dimensional (3-D) online browser system is exploited to facilitate complex and sophisticated human-computer and human-human interaction.

I had similar ideas, twenty years later, but never actually started implementing them because it's damn hard.

2024-02-05

1118.

Toki Pona (official site)

tokipona.org

Also, a cute book is out!

1117.

News from WWDC23: WebKit Features in Safari 17 beta

webkit.org/blog/14205/news-from-wwdc23-webkit-features-in-safari-17-beta

The <model> element will provide a way to easily present 3D content in a web page without any scripting. Just like with <img> and <video>, HTML makes it possible for <model> to work in a robust and simple manner across web browsers on any platform. Model is still undergoing specification and is subject to change, but we expect it will work like this:

<modelsrc="asset/example-3d-model"width="400"height="300"></model>

New WebKit brings easy 3D-models to web.

1116.

Making Music Visible: Singing in Sign (Published 2021)

www.nytimes.com/2021/04/09/arts/music/asl-music-deaf-culture.html

A good A.S.L. performance prioritizes dynamics, phrasing and flow. The parameters of sign language — hand shape, movement, location, palm orientation and facial expression — can be combined with elements of visual vernacular, a body of codified gestures, allowing a skilled A.S.L. speaker to engage in the kind of sound painting that composers use to enrich a text.

This article used to be published on AMP, by the way. No longer! Tells a lot about AMP reliability.

1115.

Soyombo script - Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soyombo_script

A Mongolian abugida.

1114.

What Can Philosophers Learn from Programmers?

250bpm.com/blog:133

Programmers are the builders of ontologies.

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