I've no idea how I got to a Web browser on this food-ordering kiosk, but here I am.
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Tired: Big O notation
Wired: Big Woah Notation
Inspired: Bug Uh Oh Notation
in awe at the size of this lad. absolute pikachunit
Having lunch outside today.
[breaks a microSD card with her bare hands] good morning fuckers
(I fully realize that, being on the west coast of the US, I'm one of the last people in the world to say that, given your standard M-F work week. Regardless, mood.)
And so another work week begins.
•Do early design work in small, invested groups
•Design in the open, but away from the bright lights of the big stage
•Iterate furiously early on because once it’s in the web, it’s forever
•Prioritise interop over perfect specs;
https://infrequently.org/2018/06/effective-standards-work-part-2-threading-the-needle/ #indieweb #microformats
@carlosceb previously, it was on a shelf in the living room, taking up space. Now, it's mounted on the board and in the garage, out of the way and all-around better located.Allowed me to put our wireless router more central to the house, too, which makes for better coverage everywhere.