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Making good web designs is not easier. That's why the best starting point for them is usually stealing another design.
With the number of confirmed coronovirus cases accelerating, I try to remember what I can and can't control .
Fear isn't in short supply with Coronavirus hitting the United States. For me, hygiene and social distancing are easier than managing the fear.
Nickel and Dimed is a must-read looking at the struggles the working poor face every day. These are the best lessons I pulled from it and don't want to forget, for my empathy's sake.
Watching cars pass on a highway captures one of the most important, if also the most damaging, mental shortcuts our minds make.
Selfishness can be bad in many contexts, but embracing it in the right away is one of the most selfless things we can (and should) do.
I missed a key realization looking back at 2019 - being driven by numbers had put a lid on my curiosity.
Title is an HTML attribute you can technically use but never should. For the sake of your website, health, and future children. Escape it while you can.
In an early job I skipped writing tests, thinking it would make my code more flexible and maintainable. I slowly found it did the exact opposite.
In 2019 I focused on numbers for doing better in work and play. That focus caused most of my past year's regrets, and I plan to take a much different approach for 2020.
Webpack is great, but too big a tool for my personal site. This is how I viciously murdered my Webpack processes for NPM scripts.
A Sunday video game session put me in a terrible mood, and made me realize something important: I loathe almost all forms of video today.
Climate change is complex and dangerous, but some of the key (and too often overlooked) drivers are our industrial cultures.
One of my (oddly specific) hobbies is laser-cutting anime images. A few MakeHaven members have been curious how, so I wrote a tutorial on making your own.
I've (mostly) left Twitter for over two weeks. The effects have ranged from good, amazing, and later on, horrible.