This week it's HTML as the baseline, good API design, Bluesky opening up, and more.
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.
Hey there, this week I read about the question of if a "Regular Joe" could get a hit in the major leagues, more .NET 8 news, NYT and ChatGPT, and more.
This week we look at the danger of KOSA, a new dark matter telescope, and the dangers of climate change.
I’ve finally started going through all my RSS feeds, so there’s a lot to this week’s log. The topics are all over the place from the IRS doing what it should have done from the beginning, to a boneheaded decision to add some new top level domains, to the US Supreme Court saving Section 230.
NASA makes a big announcement about Artemis II, rumors about Apple’s USB-C iPhone, Twitter being Twitter, and more.
This week we look at the next version of TypeScript, the new version of EntityFramework, a big acquisition at Netlify and more.
A lot of CSS related posts this week. Also, Astro v2.0 was released this week. I've been toying with building something in it, and it looks like it's added a bunch of good stuff. And one of my favorite games as a kid has been re-launched on the Xbox and the Switch!
Ignoring more Twitter drama this week to look at the FTC filing a lawsuit to stop Microsoft and more.
Another quiet week. Artemis I is continuing to send back amazing pictures. LastPass had a bad week. And there's some cool CSS stuff.
At the recommendation of Kai Ryssdal
, I ended up purchasing a new coffee table book called Apollo Remastered
. And oh man was it worth the purchase.
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.
After stuffing Pocket with a bunch of articles, I've finally gotten around to going through them.
Life's been busy lately and I didn't get around to posting my weekly reading the last 2 weeks. I'ms starting back up with a slightly new format. I'm going to have a few links that I go into more depth with my thoughts on and then follow it up with the normal link list.
This week we look at a lot of web dev articles as well as some amazing photos from the JWST.
So, almost 2 weeks ago, I got married to the most wonderful woman I know. It was amazing, but this is another story.