Another smashing post from Jeremy Keith. “What attracted me to the web was its remarkable ability to allow anyone to share anything, not just for the here and now, but for the future too.”
@tomstuart Oh yeah, I don’t mean to say the design/product is good. Google Maps means me aimlessly clicking at things, any things, swearing.
@tomstuart I guess. But maybe sometimes explaining sources of ideas can't help but sound like that. Or it's just a bit poorly phrased.
@tomstuart It just seemed like explaining how a design language came about…
@tomstuart Yeah that first minute or so is weird. Presumably supposed to be light hearted but seems unprofessional. But the bulk of it...?
@tomstuart Why? I’m obviously missing something…
@tomstuart “WHICH PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE DO PEOPLE HATE THE MOST AND WHY?”
“Tom’s favourite language?”
@tomstuart I’ll keep asking until I get the answers I want.
@infovore The endless “Which framework is better?” “What language should I learn to make $$$?” “What are the top languages?” type q’s. Ugh.
@infovore I found that unsubscribing from all programming/tech related topics helped quite a bit.