1168 bookmarks

Bookmarks and whatnot. Закладки и всякое.

2023-07-01

397.

triapul.cz

triapul.cz

An extremely vibeful site. Don't forget to check the Gopher version too! And Fedi too.

2023-06-26

396.

IndieWebify.Me - a guide to getting you on the IndieWeb

indiewebify.me

A good tool to test if your site is compliant. Mine is, somewhat.

395.

oEmbed

oembed.com

The oEmbed spec

394.

Домашняя страница | toby3d

toby3d.me/ru
393.

rsvp - IndieWeb

indieweb.org/rsvp

Mark up meetings.

392.

Search | IndieWeb Search

indieweb-search.jamesg.blog

Find a web page made by an IndieWeb community member.

Does not work for some reason.

2023-06-25

391.

Официальный сайт Швеции на русском языке - ru.sweden.se

ru.sweden.se

Добро пожаловать в Швецию на русском языке! Найдите ответы на все ваши вопросы о Швеции и шведах здесь.

Красивый официальный сайт страны! Прикольно, не знал, что так бывает.

390.

Что такое праздник середины лета - Мидсоммар? — Швеция

ru.sweden.se/kultura/prazdniki/midsommar

Половина июня позади. Друзья и родственники собираются на самый шведский из всех шведских праздников: Мидсоммар.

Лендинг солнцестояния.

389.

Yume 2kki - YNOproject

ynoproject.net/2kki

Play Yume 2kki in multiplayer with your friends, no account or downloads required.

2023-06-24

387.

Ortho33

pbat.ch/wiki/ortho33

Ortho33 is a constrained input system designed to work with a 3x3 ortholinear keypad, such as the one found on a standard numberpad.

2023-06-20

386.

FediDB - Fediverse Network Statistics

fedidb.org/software

Fediverse Network Statistics

Mastodon is the biggest with big leap. Second is Lemmy (wow! big growth). Mastodon has 7.5 mln users, Lemmy has 622 k usrs. Misskey has 328 k users.

2023-06-19

385.

Metro Designer - Tennessine

tennessine.co.uk/metro

Create your own train subway map with our metro map maker! Draw the perfect transit map design, then download and share with the world for free.

Used it to map my and B.'s Minecraft metro system.

384.

Encycla

encycla.com
383.

Pixel Art Animation. Reinvented - Astortion Devlog #26

www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsOKwUwL1bE

Прикольный подход, позволяющий для пикселяртовых анимаций иметь отдельно анимированный скелет и текстуру.

382.

Durden | datagubbe.se

www.datagubbe.se/durden

Durden is a program that identifies, counts and, optionally, marks and/or cuts out and saves unique tiles in a given image file.

381.

ドット絵ダウンロードサイト DOTOWN|無料の素材サイト

dotown.maeda-design-room.net

Красивые пиксельные штуки

380.

~/riskiwah

riskiwah.xyz
378.

Files · main · rumble-o-bin / docker-stuffs / betula · GitLab

gitlab.com/rumble-o-bin/docker-stuffs/betula/-/tree/main

A third-party docker container for Betula

377.

why I use sourcehut

blog.parasrah.com/posts/why-use-sourcehut

TL;DR: Because it's good.

376.

Decker: A Multimedia Sketchpad

beyondloom.com/decker/decker.html

Decker is a multimedia platform for creating and sharing interactive documents, with sound, images, hypertext, and scripted behavior. It draws strong influence from HyperCard, as well as more modern codeless or “low-code” creative tools like Twine and Bitsy. If Jupyter Notebooks are a digital lab notebook, think of Decker as a stack of sticky notes for spatially organizing your thoughts and making quick prototypes.

It's fun and look pretty. Exports to HTML and to a custom format.

375.

rrivera/identicon: Open source avatar generator inspired by GitHub avatars.

github.com/rrivera/identicon

Open source avatar generator inspired by GitHub avatars. - rrivera/identicon: Open source avatar generator inspired by GitHub avatars.

374.

Don Park's Daily Habit - Secure UI: 9-Block Phishmarks

web.archive.org/web/20080703160021/http://www.docuverse.com/blog/donpark/2004/05/03/secure-ui-9-block-phishmarks

2023-06-18

373.

Vimm's Lair: Preserving the Classics

vimm.net
372.

Confessions

www.marginalia.nu/log/81-confessions

A collection of bad practices. Some of them I like!

371.

One of the most basic requirements for success is also one of the most difficult to get right

unixsheikh.com/articles/one-of-the-most-basic-requirements-for-success-is-also-one-of-the-most-difficult-to-get-right.html

You need a good team to go forward.

Get the right people or you'll just waste your time, energy and health!

369.

Re: Редактор acme: пишем почтовый клиент

club.hugeping.ru/HUVDXENYzA56RsIsqnSt#HUVDXENYzA56RsIsqnSt
366.

Гигиена в Git

grishaev.me/git-pretty

Несколько правил, чтобы держать Git приличном виде.

В принципе, норм, кроме:

У каждого PR есть expire. Висит две недели — значит никому не нужен и удаляется автоматом. В следующий раз команда будет расторопней.

Хотя мб это мне тут надо подумать.

365.

Строки по 80

grishaev.me/strings-80

Иной айтишник нет-нет да пожалуется на разбиение строк по 80 символов. Считаю нужным прояснить ситуацию.

Гришаев говорит глупости, чтобы оправдать ограничение длины строк. Справедливости ради, он не цепляется именно за 80, но идеи дурные, конечно.

364.

Корректура в PDF

grishaev.me/pdf-correct

Если кто не знает, откуда столько ненависти к PDF, сейчас объясню.

363.

Сюжетное и композиционное напряжение

nobelfaik.livejournal.com/260128.html
361.

Солярисы

club.hugeping.ru/MWChasHdUeseoC7MMzzC#MWChasHdUeseoC7MMzzC

И, кстати, самое интересное начинается, когда возникает вопрос о том, что понимать под "эффективностью"? Что лучше: иметь сто рук или уметь хорошо пользоваться только двумя? Вопрос далеко не праздный, поскольку количественное увеличение разрядности ещё не означает автоматическое увеличение производительности. Например, чем плотнее код, тем лучше он кэшируется и тем быстрее работает. Поэтому, например, ARM имеет thumb mode. И поэтому же уже упомянутые мной компиляторы удалось вместить в 512 байт, а попробуйте сделать то же с 64-битным кодом.

360.

Евгений Степанищев: тег sectorc

bolknote.ru/tags/sectorc

Прикольный сабсет C, который вмещается в бут-сектор. Евгений хороший цикл заметок написал.

357.

Мне не нужен ваш язык запросов

antonz.ru/fancy-ql

Серьезно, не нужен. Я бы предпочел SQL.

356.

Command-line Tools can be 235x Faster than your Hadoop Cluster - Adam Drake

adamdrake.com/command-line-tools-can-be-235x-faster-than-your-hadoop-cluster.html

2023-06-16

355.

Nex protocol

nex.nightfall.city
354.

WhoCanUse

www.whocanuse.com

A tool that brings attention and understanding to how color contrast can affect people with different visual impairments.

353.

Kitsune

joinkitsune.org

Kitsune is a microblogging server that utilises the ActivityPub protocol to connect your instance to a global interconnected network.

Not only can you speak to other Kitsune users through it, you can also connect to people using software like Mastodon, Misskey, etc.

352.

Gemini BBS

gemini://bbs.geminispace.org

Discussion forums, microblogging, and Git issue tracking for the Gemini community. You only need a Gemini client to participate. Welcome!

Looking extra good!

351.

Throwing in the towel on mobile Linux

drewdevault.com/2023/06/16/Mobile-linux-retrospective.html

TL;DR: Not good yet.

Note: throwing in the towel means to accept defeat. I had to look this up.

350.

I have no capslock and I must scream @ marginalia.nu

www.marginalia.nu/log/48-i-have-no-capslock
349.

A meditation on correctness in software @ marginalia.nu

www.marginalia.nu/log/50-meditation-on-software-correctness
348.

Go Deeper, Not Wider

www.raptitude.com/2017/12/go-deeper-not-wider
347.

Everything Must Be Paid for Twice

www.raptitude.com/2022/01/everything-must-be-paid-for-twice

2023-06-15

346.

Do not log

sobolevn.me/2020/03/do-not-log

Logging is not panacea.

2023-06-14

345.

This Ancient Language Has the Only Grammar Based Entirely on the Human Body

www.scientificamerican.com/article/this-ancient-language-has-the-only-grammar-based-entirely-on-the-human-body

An endangered language family suggests that early humans used their bodies as a model for reality

Great Andamanese, it turns out, is exceptional among the world's languages in its anthropocentrism. It uses categories derived from the human body to describe abstract concepts such as spatial orientation and relations between objects. To be sure, in English we might say things like “the room faces the bay,” “the chair leg broke” and “she heads the firm.” But in Great Andamanese such descriptions take an extreme form, with morphemes, or meaningful sound segments, that designate different zones of the body getting attached to nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs—indeed, to every part of speech—to make diverse meanings. Because no other known language has a grammar based on the human body or shares cognates—words that are similar in meaning and pronunciation, indicating a genealogical connection—with Great Andamanese, the language constitutes its own family.

The grammar I was piecing together was based primarily on Jero, but a look through Portman's and Man's books convinced me that the southern Great Andamanese languages had similar structures. The lexicon consisted of two classes of words: free and bound. The free words were all nouns that referred to the environment and its denizens, such as ra for “pig.” They could occur alone. The bound words were nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs that always existed with markers indicating a relation to other objects, events or states. The markers (specifically, a-; er-; ong-; ot-or ut-; e-or i-; ara-; and o-) derived from seven zones of the body and were attached to a root word, usually as a prefix, to describe concepts such as “inside,” “outside,” “upper” and “lower.” For example, the morpheme er-, which qualified most anything having to do with an outer body part, could be stuck to -cho to yield ercho, meaning “head.” A pig's head was thus raercho.

344.

Rules for Calculation

www.semicolon.com/Solitaire/Rules/Calculation.html

The article teaches a strategy for playing the game. It works!

343.

Rust Module System Encourages Poor Practices (Comparing to Go) [Dmitry Frank]

dmitryfrank.com/articles/rust_module_system_encourages_bad_practices

Go Go!

342.

JSON Feed - JSON Feed Version 1.1

www.jsonfeed.org/version/1.1

JSON Feed format spec. Perhaps it will power Mycoverse...

2023-06-13

341.

Влияет ли язык на мышление? или: «У вас на юго-восточной ноге сидит муравей»

habr.com/ru/companies/timeweb/articles/681828
340.

Ученые из Гарварда: Математические способности зависят от языка, на котором мы разговариваем

www.kp.ru/daily/27366.5/4548431

Такой вывод сделали на основании изучения языка индейцев племени цимане, которые в джунглях Амазонки ведут образ жизни охотников-собирателей

Ерунда какая-то, но интересно.

339.

The Joys and Sorrows of Maintaining a Personal Website

cheapskatesguide.org/articles/joys-and-sorrows.html

Running a personal website is an emotional roller coaster. This fact seems strange to me, because I feel I do a fairly good job of keeping my ego disengaged from the process. I realize that whether people like what I write or hate it has absolutely nothing to do with my worth as a human being. Yet, receiving comments and emails from readers who say they enjoy my website and understand its value feels good.

By the way, dear reader, I would be glad if you told me that you like this site. If you don't like mine, contact owners of those sites that you like.

337.

Lichen

lichen.sensorstation.co

Lichen is the simplest possible CMS for the web that is friendly enough for non-technical users. It is extremely lightweight.

It uses gemtext, a good choice.

336.

Lonely

tsk.bearblog.dev/lonely

When you are publishing your blog posts, there's almost little to no feedback whatsoever: You don't get the engagement from the audience in the comments, or the nice sweet email. Your audience and "fans" are hidden behind analytics numbers. And then, there's you and your Markdown editor.

Yes indeed, next no to no feedback is a norm. Relatable, except for the Markdown editor.

335.

Nintendo DS: внутреннее устройство, принципы работы и взлом

habr.com/ru/articles/517476
334.

Archive it or you will miss it

drewdevault.com/2017/06/19/Archive-it-or-miss-it.html

At this point, link rot is an axiom of the internet. In the face of this, I store a personal offline archive of anything I want to see twice. When I see a cool YouTube video I like, I archive the entire channel right away. Rather than subscribe to it, I update my archive on a cronjob. I scrape content out of RSS feeds and into offline storage and I have dozens of websites archived with wget. I mirror most git repositories I’m interested in. I have DRM free offline copies of all of my music, TV shows, and movies, ill-begotten or not.

333.

Robert J. Sawyer: Hugo and Nebula Award-Winning Science Fiction Writer

www.sfwriter.com/wordstar.htm

A popular (I don't know him) Sci-fi writer tells why WordStar is the best.

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