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  1. A CSS project boilerplate - Piccalilli

    For the many folks who ask how I write CSS since removing Sass, this is how I and the Set Studio team do it in 2024.

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  2. A Startup Allegedly ‘Hacked the World.’ Then Came the Censorship—and Now the Backlash | WIRED

    A loose coalition of anti-censorship voices is working to highlight reports of one Indian company’s hacker-for-hire past—and the legal threats aimed at making them disappear.

    Posted by Andy Greenberg

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  3. Unintentional side effect of software subscriptions — Jaran Flaath

    The default business model for a lot of software is the subscription model, where users pay a recurring fee. An unintentional side effec...

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  4. Low-tech Eleventy Categories - Piccalilli

    Eleventy has built-in tagging and collections capabilities that I’m riffing on to show you how to build a super simple category system with RSS feeds for each one.

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  5. Baseline Rules for Scrollbar Usability — Adrian Roselli

    Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Inclusive Design Principles Manage Expectations Wrap-up CSS Scrollbar Module (added 10 December 2021) Now that one of the most popular CSS resource sites on the innertubes has implemented styled scrollbars in the browser I think the time is right (or too late?) for me to try…

    Posted by Adrian Roselli

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  6. The Cult of the Complex – A List Apart

    ’Tis a gift to be simple. ALA’s Zeldman bemoans our industry’s current fetish for the needlessly complicated over the straightforward. Escape the cult of the complex! Get back to improving lives, o…

    Posted by Kevin Cornell

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  7. HTML Standard, Edition for Web Developers

    Edition for Web Developers — Last Updated

    Posted by html.spec.whatwg.org

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  8. Losing the imitation game

    AI cannot develop software for you, but that's not going to stop people from trying to make it happen anyway. And that is going to turn all of the easy software development problems into hard problems.

    Posted by Jennifer Moore

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  9. blogroll - IndieWeb

    A blogroll is a list of other sites that you read, are a follower of, or recommend.

    Posted by Dorothea Salo

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  10. A CSS project boilerplate - Piccalilli

    For the many folks who ask how I write CSS since removing Sass, this is how I and the Set Studio team do it in 2024.

    Posted by Piccalilli

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  11. A Startup Allegedly ‘Hacked the World.’ Then Came the Censorship—and Now the Backlash | WIRED

    A loose coalition of anti-censorship voices is working to highlight reports of one Indian company’s hacker-for-hire past—and the legal threats aimed at making them disappear.

    Posted by Andy Greenberg

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  12. Unintentional side effect of software subscriptions — Jaran Flaath

    The default business model for a lot of software is the subscription model, where users pay a recurring fee. An unintentional side effec...

    Posted by Jaran Flaath

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  13. Low-tech Eleventy Categories - Piccalilli

    Eleventy has built-in tagging and collections capabilities that I’m riffing on to show you how to build a super simple category system with RSS feeds for each one.

    Posted by Piccalilli

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  14. Baseline Rules for Scrollbar Usability — Adrian Roselli

    Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Inclusive Design Principles Manage Expectations Wrap-up CSS Scrollbar Module (added 10 December 2021) Now that one of the most popular CSS resource sites on the innertubes has implemented styled scrollbars in the browser I think the time is right (or too late?) for me to try…

    Posted by Adrian Roselli

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  15. The Cult of the Complex – A List Apart

    ’Tis a gift to be simple. ALA’s Zeldman bemoans our industry’s current fetish for the needlessly complicated over the straightforward. Escape the cult of the complex! Get back to improving lives, o…

    Posted by Kevin Cornell

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