The Narrowest Policy They Offer →
Come streak with me: a challenge →
do something consecutively for the next 38 days? Here are some ideas: 10 pushups a day for the next 38 days. Write every day, a quote, a phrase, a journal, a sentence. Doodle every day. Run 1 mile every day. Touch your toes every day (or work towards it) Yoga every day. Handstands every day (You knew that was coming!)
TOP IRISH SCIENTIST STUDY BOOZE →
what the fuck is an entrepreneur →
Tests sought to indentify … programmers [who] displayed “disinterest in...– Well, shit. Not only did women get shoehorned out of the programming business for decades, and now are fighting to get back in, but the same forces that pushed them also hand tailored the anti-social geek stereotypes we’re working so hard to correct still today. Awesome job, really. :-/ ...
Is this actually in a spec or is Mozilla just going wild?
Zinnia Jones →
WHY GAYNESS MATTERS IN A SUPER-HERO →
BREAKTHROUGHS CAN HAPPEN WHEN WE DROP SKEUOMORPHISM– Can We Please Move Past Apple’s Silly, Faux-Real UIs? | Co.Design: business innovation design
Coda Pops →
Sweet jesus these are some kickass ways to make editing CSS awesome!
Py3k status update #4 →
When PyPy runs Python3, I think I’ll use it. What’s there to loose at that point?
DailyJS: JS101: Object.create - Where I actually... →
Mozilla Web Apps usable under Ubuntu's Firefox →
Suuuuper excited for this. Might switch back to Aurora or nightlies for a bit to try it out…
Artist turns his dead pet into flying helicopter... →
buster benson: I have been thinking a lot about mastery, and how it’s better than success, better than money, etc. Lots of good links sent around lately. But what is it? What is mastery? It makes sense a little bit when you’re talking about actually making a physical thing, but what about when you’re just…
Julia Elman | Let's get a little louder →
I’m glad to see the rising numbers of women in tech, but stories like this only highlight how much more we need to do to allow that trend to flourish. That it happened to someone I know and work with makes the story all the more real-seeming, but that shouldn’t matter. This is unacceptable behavior and I beyond keeping this behavior and individuals who refuse to abstain from it out of...
Django's CBVs were a mistake →
and personally, I think they are a huge step backwards for Django. We’ve taken many leaps forward in the maturity and good design of the platform, and this has been a really hard hit to take. Worse, it was a hit right to the core, and I don’t know that we’ll ever fully recover.