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UI density

The "density" of information and actions on our screens has changed a lot in the past few decades.


The curious case of the missing period

Sometimes a single character can send an engineer through hoops and hurdles for ages.



Some software is so good, it changes how you think and work almost instantly. Which ones have done that for you?


The modern guide for making CSS shapes

Making shapes in CSS is a classic exercise, and there are more modern ways to do them now!


A brief history of the world’s first planetarium

The number of outer space discoveries has risen exponentially thanks to constantly improving technology. This is a great look at how scientists made those discoveries accessible to the world.


State of the terminal

You know it, and whether you love it or hate it, the terminal on your computer is here to stay. How is it doing?


Faking William Morris, generative forgery, and the erosion of art history

Are we at a point where we have to question if the artist we love...is actually making the art we love?


The 11ty International Symposium on Making Web Sites Real Good

The first ever conference for the web framework, 11ty, was streamed for all to see! Missed opportunity not making it an 11-hour conference in our opinion.


Community is a Tamagotchi

In tech communities, you only get what you give!


Why don’t we talk about minifying CSS anymore?

Most modern front-end tooling takes care of minification for us now, but there are still performance impacts we should know.


The art of instructional writing

If you're writing for fellow developers or users of your software, you can learn a lot from this short but powerful talk.


We need to rewild the internet

Rewilding "aims to restore healthy ecosystems by creating wild, biodiverse spaces." Could we do that not just in nature, but online?