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Interesting Links Vol. 2 (Web Development)

Every so often (when I have too many browser tab open), I will share links that I’ve found interesting enough to save. Some I’ve read, some I want to read,...

Stop πŸ„³πŸ„ΎπŸ„ΈπŸ„½πŸ„Ά πŸ…ƒπŸ„·πŸ„ΈπŸ…‚

There has been a trend on social media to have emoji and unicode fonts in your profile. Something like, ℙ𝕖π•₯𝕖𝕣 β„™π•’π•£π•œπ•–π•£. It’s nothing new, but has become a lot more...

Interesting Links Vol. 1

I can’t be the only person that does this. I have a backlog of interesting articles and links that I find while browsing the web. I might get to them...

Removing Google Analytics

Google Analytics has been on this domain since it first launched. What have I actually done with years worth of analytics? Nothing… Over the past few months, this website has...

Creative Uses for GitHub

GitHub is an amazingly powerful platform. I was slow to jump in and use it (preferring my local dev environments more), but once I did I can’t imagine going back....

Jony Ive Is Leaving Apple β†’

John Gruber, writing on Daring Fireball My gut sense for years has been that Ive without Jobs has been like McCartney without Lennon. Or Lennon without McCartney β€” take whichever...

Open Source Beyond The Market β†’

David Heinemeier Hansson, at RailsConf 2019 - Opening Keynote Gates was afraid that users would take his software and not pay him for it. Stallman was afraid that users would...

Pay What You Want Pricing

This post is part of an ongoing series of post related to the process of writing a book about educational technology. Learn more about the book here. If you’ve been...