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Posts TaggedNASA

Reading Log - May 20, 2024 (#77)

A little light this week, but it includes a good article talking about C and Rust, as well as Google & Apple finally adding better support for protection from unwanted trackers.

Reading Log - May 13, 2024 (#76)

React 19 is now in beta, NASA looks ahead to both the new Starliner launch and Artemis II, and more.

Reading Log - May 6, 2024 (#75)

Apple is asking for input on masonry layouts, NASA is still pushing forward with Artemis II, and more.

Reading Log - April 22, 2024 (#73)

Heavy on web development this week. Also, a great article on the legacy of Calvin & Hobbes.

Reading Log - February 26, 2024 (#65)

Another landing on the moon, a good guide to CSS :has(), more dangerous news about KOSA, and more.

Reading Log - February 5, 2024 (#62)

NASA's Ingenuity Copter has flown its last flight, the EU blocking Amazon's iRobot acquisition, TypeScript in 2024, and more.

Reading Log - January 22, 2024 (#60)

This week I've read about Bluesky adding RSS feeds, damning information on NASA's Artemis program, and more.

Reading Log - January 15, 2024 (#59)

A little podcast heavy this week with discussions on .NET, CSS Colors, Node.js & More. Also, the U.S. is on the precipice with vaccinations and needless deaths.

Reading Log - January 8, 2024 (#58)

This week is a little space heavy with news of a Lunar lander having issues, data about Neptune & Uranus, Jupiter's moon Io, and more.

Reading Log - December 11, 2023 (#54)

A little light this week, but a bunch of podcasts this time.

Reading Log - November 27, 2023 (#52)

I've been wanting to do more with web components, and a lot of this week is tied to that. Also, NASA makes a calculated risk and more new features in C#.

Reading Log - November 13, 2023 (#50)

I can't believe this is the 50th issue of my current take on my reading logs. This week I read about the renaissance of CSS, issues at SpaceX, the cancellation of a promising new nuclear power station, and more.

Reading Log - October 30, 2023 (#48)

Still have a lot of my RSS feeds to go through after vacation, but I did read a bit while in Aruba.

Reading Log - October 2, 2023 (#46)

This week I read about why analytics are a privacy nightmare and not worth it, NASA seeing what they got back from the asteroid, the FTC going after Amazon and more.

Reading Log - September 25, 2023 (#45)

This week is a little podcast heavy since I'm trying to bring down my podcast queue. Also, NASA successfully returns from an asteroid.

Reading Log - July 28, 2023 (#37)

A little light this week, but I've read about a new horrible law being pushed through U.S. Congress that could ruin the internet, Google supporting some bad DRM policies and more.

Reading Log - June 30, 2023 (#34)

Got a lot this week. The NHL and Paramount+ make very poor decisions, some CSS & dev tool tips, Meta's possibly joining ActivityPub and more.

Reading Log - April 7, 2023 (#25)

NASA makes a big announcement about Artemis II, rumors about Apple’s USB-C iPhone, Twitter being Twitter, and more.

Reading Log - January 20, 2023 (#15)

RIP Tweetbot.

Reading Log - December 23, 2022 (#11)

NASA's InSight probe has seemingly sent its last signal back to Earth. Some questionable security from iRobot, and a little bit of Twitter drama makes up some of this week's reading.

Reading Log - December 9, 2022 (#9)

Ignoring more Twitter drama this week to look at the FTC filing a lawsuit to stop Microsoft and more.

Reading Log - December 2, 2022 (#8)

Another quiet week. Artemis I is continuing to send back amazing pictures. LastPass had a bad week. And there's some cool CSS stuff.

Apollo Remastered

At the recommendation of Kai Ryssdal from Marketplace, I ended up purchasing a new coffee table book called Apollo Remastered. And oh man was it worth the purchase.

Reading Log - November 25, 2022 (#7)

It was a relatively light week with American Thanksgiving.

Artemis I

Almost a week ago, NASA finally launched the Artemis I mission. This is the first launch of the Space Launch System (SLS). It launched an unmanned Orion capsule around the moon. While I'm excited about the prospect of us going back to the moon, I have mixed feelings on the current program.

Reading Log - November 18, 2022 (#6)

CSS has come a long way, and NASA has finally launched Artemis I to the moon.

Reading Log - November 11, 2022 (#5)

The Twitter drama is never ending. Microsoft has also released .NET 7 and C# 11!

Reading List for August 20 - September 2

Was a little busy last week so this week is a little longer.

Reading List: August 13 - 19

Quite a lot this week.