Tyler Cowen and Russ Roberts on reading. Enjoyed this. I almost always enjoy reading about reading.
Movemap, a map of the U.S. to help people decide which county to move to, based on selectable factors.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb on Dominion, the new book by Tom Holland. (No, not that Tom Holland.) Appears to be a somewhat unedited draft, and there are parts I don’t agree with, but I found it interesting. I liked Holland’s Rubicon. Looking forward to Dominion.
Bastian Rieck on which Neal Stephenson books to start with. Snow Crash is next for me. Cyberpunk doesn’t appeal to me all that much, but still looking forward to it.
Kara Manke on a new inhaled Covid therapeutic. Hopeful.
Simon Willison on Stable Diffusion.
Integrating Stable Diffusion into Photoshop. Wow.
Alberto Romero on Stable Diffusion.
Stepan Parunashvili on Lisp and parentheses. Gets at the underlying idea behind Lisp.
Wouter Groeneveld on cool things people do with their blogs, via Jim Nielsen.
Antonio Cao on a Figma plugin using Stable Diffusion. Crazy.
Adam Symington on creating river maps with Python.
Aaron Reed at NarraScope 2022 on five lessons from fifty years of text games.
Heydon Pickering on using flex-basis with clamp in CSS. Nice.
Tom Critchlow on generating agency through blogging.
The blue Fugate family. Had no idea this was a thing.
Maggie Appleton on folk interfaces.
Cliff Jerrison on water actually being blue.
Wu Peiyue on Zhemao, who wrote a whole bunch of fake Russian history on Wikipedia over a decade. Fascinating story.
Carlos Fenollosa on no longer self-hosting his email. I wish I could self-host mine but yeah, it doesn’t seem feasible anymore.
Tsung Xu on performance biomaterials.
Artful season 3 has begun.
Fergus McCullough against alcohol.
Smell Dating, a mail odor dating service (har har). Anthropologically interesting.
Austin Gil on the HTML capture attribute.
Dave Rupert on modern alternatives to BEM (in CSS).
Ollie Williams on what’s new with forms on the web. Learned several new things here.
Denis Stebunov on why public chats are better than DMs. Agreed. Trying to do better at this at work.
Use.GPU, a “set of declarative, reactive WebGPU legos.” Interesting.
WASM-4, a WebAssembly fantasy console.
Tom MacWright on Wilderplace, a lovely looking new game by Saman Bemel Benrud. The blog for it is also worth reading through.
BBC News is available in Pidgin English. Had no idea! Love it.
John Regehr on teaching C.
Ben Sparks on why the A4 paper size is a thing of beauty. Had no idea about this, but it does make me happy.
Serge Zaitsev on learning new programming languages by writing Forths.
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