This article is really good. A few weeks ago I was wondering about comparing Vue and React on a "how would the other do it" kind of level and this does exactly that.
Usually I would use dd to write images to SD cards but I always worry I will mess it up. Today I used BalenaEtcher and it was dead simple and worked really well.
"A recreation of the original 1821 color guidebook with new cross references, photographic examples, and posters designed by Nicholas Rougeux" Quite simply a beautiful website.
I saw this blog from Cloudflare via a tweet from Ilya Grigorik. It explains how to see timings (dns lookup etc) for every curl request.
This is an article about programming time by Zach Holman.
This blog post by Sam Oakley explains how to share data between an iOS app and its related share extension.
This is a very interesting article into training reinforcement learning algorithms on environments that they create themselves.
This is a tweet Martijn Cuppens that I think sums up the challenge and beauty of working on the web.
This podcast is a fascinating exploration of health, lifestyle and food from a very scientific and medical approach. Each episode has very qualified people talking about their area of expertise.
I've recently been listening to Harry Potter and the Sacred Text, it's a podcast that uses a chapter each week from Harry Potter to explore a theme (such as loyalty, grief, friendship) in quite a lot of depth from various viewpoints. They use religious and spiritual approaches, but in such a way that even as an atheist I enjoy all of the Jewish and Christian bible reading techniques that they use.
This is where I store my bookmarks of websites I have read or plan to read later.