In an increasingly dystopian world, it's hard—but not impossible—to look at this without cynicism.
Twitter lets you block and mute accounts, but its respect for those decisions is inconsistent as hell.
We tried to be normal, to be good players. It didn't work.
Who doesn't love falling down rabbit hole while checking their assumptions about CSS and network requests? Add in some research, and you've got yourself a blog post goin'.
I offer no real defense of this list, because I don't have to.
Made some dinner, ordered some dishes, and read about debtors prisons in my backyard. Been a fun week.
I watch a lot of movies. This year, I decided to track just how many. And as a special bonus, I have opinions about my favorites. You're welcome.
This is all about fun *cracks knuckles* and I am ready to have more fun than anyone else.
I love Eleventy, and I love it even more when I can split code from content.
FaceApp is making people look old, but not nearly as old as your takes.
Privacy is more important than engagement.
I am a big fan of the John Wick movies. I'm also a big fan of Constantine. There were far too many similarly-shaped puzzle pieces not to try and put them together. I will not apologize for any of this.
After installing HTTPS Everywhere, I realized a local newspaper wasn't using HTTPS, so I decided to look into other popular local papers. Nothing surprising, but the use of HTTPS locally is depressing nonetheless.