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  1. Some simple ways to make content look good - Set Studio

    I do like nice clear walkthroughs of design and code like this, including bits of CSS that were new to me. (via Adactio)

  2. Glass Collisions: Preventing Bird Window Strikes | ABC

    Includes a database of 175 tested and rated products for preventing bird strikes.

  3. HouseCurve

    I used this to generate filters I could apply with SoundSource to correct the sound of my desktop speakers. Or, at least, make the graph look better.

  4. On Oasis & The Gallaghers - Neil Kulkarni’s Too Much Music

    Nicely written, good, true stuff. (via FaveJet)

  5. Last of Us Arcade Scene | Page 3 | Museum of the Game® Forums

    Interesting thread and from this point some fascinating behind-the-scenes explanations. (via MetaFilter’s FanFare)

  6. Is corecore radical art or gibberish shitposts? 

    I fear that if I ever watched a corecore video it wouldn’t live up to the descriptions in these two articles by Kieran Press-Reynolds.

  7. God Did the World a Favor by Destroying Twitter | WIRED

    Paul Ford on Twitter and Mastodon. “The Fediverse apps are all built on a set of rules called the ActivityPub standard, which is a little like HTML had sex with a calendar invite. It’s a content polycule.”

  8. Learn HTML

    A good guide, in case I need to recommend one to anyone. (via Adactio)

  9. Montaigne

    Turns a folder in your Apple Notes into a website (with RSS feed). (via

  10. The end of Unto This Last.

    Oh no, another really sad business tale. Such a shame.

  11. Our Cafe has closed | Look mum no hands!

    Fucksticks. I was thinking about London places that have or might close only this morning and was feeling grateful LMNH was still around.

  12. Siteleaf - A friendly CMS for your static site

    Simple hosted CMS that generates a Jekyll-based website hosted on your GitHub Pages (or similar).

  13. Webflow: Create a custom website | No-code website builder

    Very impressive in-browser site builder, but so comprehensive and detailed that it makes me feel like I don’t know how to make websites.

  14. The Radical Design of PizzaExpress - Vittles

    Digby Warde-Aldam on the chain’s design history. The Berkeley Avenue, Bristol branch was my first Pizza Express, sometime in the early 1990s.

  15. The Magic of Small Databases

    Tom Critchlow wondering about a tool/service to make it easy to create collections of your favourite things on the web. Taggable, searchable, explorable, shareable, exportable, etc.

  16. Closer to Johannes Vermeer - Rijksmuseum

    I’ve only watched the intro but seems like a really nice way to explore his paintings in detail, if you can handle Stephen Fry’s narration. (via Kottke)

  17. Will Mr. Free Speech actually do anything? (Garbage Day)

    ‘If, at any point, I think, “oh wow, an A.I. could totally speed up the way I do this” about anything, I have to accept that that task or creative process no longer has any meaning for me in my life due to corrupting pressures of capitalism and I should, instead, probably spend time thinking about how I can never do it again, rather than automating the process to do it faster.’

  18. A WIRED compendium - by Dave Karpf

    “a list of WIRED articles that best captured the vibe of the magazine through time,” US, 1993–2017. Good but, inexplicably, no ‘Mother Earth Mother Board’.

  19. The Future of the Yesterweb - Yesterweb Forum

    Closing their Discord because a 2500-person realtime chat space is unmanageable. (I’m in a couple of Discords but only dip in occasionally because they’re Too Much.)

  20. Winnie Lim » on leading a purposeless life

    “It is this space that I want. The space to move on, to tinker, to discover things I haven’t even thought of before. To be capable of giving up, letting go, quitting. I don’t wish to be fixed to something.”

  21. Timezones in Python - Benjamin “Zags” Zagorsky (PDF)

    I keep referring to bits of this, so I should save it. Handy examples of right and wrong ways to do times. (via Simon Willison)

  22. The Mega-Meldrew Point (Updated) – BrokenTV

    This year I’ll be as old as Captain Mainwearing in ‘Dad’s Army’. (via the B3ta newsletter)

  23. Café Royal Books

    Lovely series of small photo books. (via the Guardian)

  24. Tree views in CSS

    A collapsible tree view made out of lists and detail elements, no JavaScript. Witchcraft. (via Adactio)

  25. Supply Studies Syllabus - Supply Studies

    “This document … presents a series of readings in areas of interest to the critical study of logistics.” Looks fascinating. (via Scope of Work)

  26. Atlas Minor • 2022 Rotation

    I haven’t heard any of these albums yet, but the descriptions are excellent.

  27. How To Develop Good Taste, Pt. 1 — Die, Workwear!

    On how taste, especially in clothing, has changed and become more fragmented.