Archive: October 18th, 2020

Replying to a tweet from @anna_debenham

Oh, that looks soooo goooood!

Web Histories

Rachel is doing her dissertation project on the history of web design and development:

I intend this site to become a place to gather the stories of the early efforts to create an open web.

Take the survey to help out!

I can’t remember the last time I saw somebody using a hashtag on Twitter.

It’s like when the bees started disappearing. There’s some kind of hashtag collapse disorder.

People Problems | CSS-Tricks

I’d maybe simplify this people problem a bit: the codebase is easy to change, but the incentives within a company are not. And yet it’s the incentives that drive what kind of code gets written — what is acceptable, what needs to get fixed, how people work together. In short, we cannot be expected to fix the code without fixing the organization, too.

List of Physical Visualizations

A timeline showing the history of non-digital dataviz.

Checked in at Baker Street Coffee. Flat whites outdoors — with Jessica map

Checked in at Baker Street Coffee. Flat whites outdoors — with Jessica

Reading A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities That Arise in Disaster by Rebecca Solnit.