Considering my move back to my site for consuming and sharing online, I’d love to see more people’s OPML files like the one @chriscoyier provided a few years ago in this thread
The flip side of losing Edge is that Microsoft now has the potential to take an advanced product and outdo its competitors. Lose some potential, gain some potential.
I made some commits to a project on Github that allows LiveJournal to be imported into WordPress. Would be great to see other projects that import other silo content into WordPress.
Why couldn’t Microsoft allow EdgeHTML to be open source software? Why couldn’t it be evergreen? I am torn about Edge moving to Chromium under the hood.
On TV, a few pushes on their chest is enough to bring someone back to life. The truth is more complicated.
This contains some very interesting insight into CPR, things I was not aware of. I’m overdue to refresh my knowledge and experience with CPR, but there’s more to it than I realized. Found this via Kottke.
This is probably my first public technical writing post I’ve made. It’s not as in-depth as it could have been, but it was still a valuable experience. Enjoy! https://asuh.com/case-studies/asuh/
I was introduced to this album in 2007, nearly 10 years after its release. It’s very chill, a little jazzy, and is easy listening.
Taking back control takes time…
Since I started using the Internet in the late 90s, I’ve had two long-term monogamous relationships with two browsers: Internet Explorer and Chrome. When Firefox appeared on my radar, sometime before its 1.0 release, I’ve used it off and on. I was, however, mostly faithful first to IE6 and then again to Chrome.
For the foreseeable future, I will probably have a complicated relationship with Chrome. All Google services will continue to use Chrome. I will keep using Chrome’s DevTools for most development work because of features like Workspaces, Lighthouse, and breakpoint inline comments which are quite useful.
Google has forced Chrome to become a huge privacy mess. I don’t care how much trust I put into Chrome, I will treat it like any other service that wants to siphon my data by now limiting my usage.
I’m forcing myself to go back to Firefox. But I will likely switch between the two most of the time.
For all the rest…
- I don’t use Windows enough to care about Edge and its user experience doesn’t impress me. It also lacks privacy and script blocking extensions I desire
- Using Safari is no better than Edge for the same reasons. Apple is likely not a privacy issue like Chrome but I don’t have the same established trust with Apple’s closed-source browser code. I also don’t enjoy using it for development; its version of DevTools aren’t as polished in ways that Chrome’s is such as inline comments during debugging
- Tor Browser is great privacy browser but far too slow for day-to-day use. Good to keep it in the toolset, however
I hope Firefox can claim almost all of my Internet consumption someday. Until then..
Federated Image Sharing
This is a neat Instagram clone. Can federated, decentralized apps rival normal social media? I’d love to see the day. But usability and improved user experience still have a long way to go.