This is a very nifty use of a service worker—choose a local folder that you want to navigate using HTTP rather than the file system.
This is a very nifty use of CSS gradients!
This looks like a nice way to get a blog up and running:
Blot turns a folder into a blog. Drag-and-drop ﬁles inside to publish. Images, text ﬁles, Word Documents, Markdown and more become blog posts automatically.
The terrific Hugo-winning short story about inequality, urban planning, and automation, written by Hao Jinfang and translated by Ken Liu (who translated The Three Body Problem series).
Hao Jinfang also wrote this essay about the story:
I’ve been troubled by inequality for a long time. When I majored in physics as an undergraduate, I once stared at the distribution curve for American household income that showed profound inequality, and tried to fit the data against black-body distribution or Maxwell–Boltzmann distribution. I wanted to know how such a curve came about, and whether it implied some kind of universality: something as natural as particle energy distribution functions, so natural it led to despair.
In a break with tradition, Paul posts something sensible and smart (I kid, I kid): using media queries to detect height rather than just width and adjust content accordingly to make sure that your most important content is visible in the viewport.