This is terrific! Jeremy shows how you can implement a fairly straightforward service worker for performance gains, but then really kicks it up a notch with a recipe for turning a regular website into a speedy single page app without framework bloat.
Recipes inspired by The Left Hand Of Darkness.
I mostly stuck to Le Guin’s world-building rules for Winter, which were “no large meat-animals … and no mammalian products, milk, butter or cheese; the only high-protein, high-carbohydrate foods are the various kinds of eggs, fish, nuts and Hainish grains.” I did, however, add some hot-climate items found in Manhattan’s Chinatown for their space-age looks and good flavors (dragonfruit, pomelo, galangal, chilis, and kaffir limes).
Serve with hot beer.
The story of one site’s disgraceful handling of acquisition and shutdown (Punchfork, acquired by Pinterest) and how its owner actively tried to block efforts to preserve user’s data.
A PDF to download and read that is both funny and fascinating.
Léonie is collecting some recipes from web geeks. Here’s my contribution via Valentine Warner.
Maureen's book is out and about. Get over 1000 bite-sized recipes.
"Tuna Casserole Ingredients: 1 large casserole dish Place the casserole dish in a cold oven. Place a chair facing the oven and sit in it forever. Think about how hungry you are. When night falls, do not turn on the light."
Detailed instructions for a delicious-sounding meal from a fellow Brightonian.
A seriously nice recipe sharing site. Everything is creative commons licensed and everything looks delicious.
A new webzine dedicated to food, prettily put together by M. Jackson Wilkinson.
Recipes in 140 characters or less.
I keep coming back to this recipe. Simple and delicious.
Short, instructive videos of food preparation. The recipes look good and the presentation is strangely hypnotic.
A blog devoted to bacon recipes: one recipe a day... forever.