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This was Posted from Craft!

Craft announced version 2.0 yesterday, and there's a lot there, but the most exciting thing to me was an open framework for developers to build their own extensions for the app called Craft X. I'll have much more on this soon, but I think that these give Craft the

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The Hot New Safari Extension I'm Not Thrilled About

Vinegar - A Safari Extension To Fix YouTube Videos It’s essentially a Safari extension that makes YouTube videos look better, and act like standard HTML videos. Which means they use Safari’s native video player, which means that you have slightly more control over the video, but at the

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Web-Assed Web Apps

Web-Assed Web Apps
UX Tools performs an annual survey of designers to see what software they're using, and it's always fascinating to see the results. This year's results are out now and you should check them out. The image at the top of this post shows what apps this audience is most excited

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Find That Thing You Love to Keep You Going

This video from Vox’s Phil Edwards resonated with me a ton: You’ve got to pick a beat to slog through. Through thick and thin, though lots of traffic and zero traffic, through all of the hits and none of the hits, from big money, no money, and somewhere

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Halo Infinite’s Battle Pass

Halo Infinite’s Battle Pass Is Totally Fine, You Guys , by Ari Notis One refrain—and it is legit—is that, the way Halo Infinite currently works, there’s very little incentive to play to win. If one of your challenges tasks you with racking up 15 gravity hammer kills,

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Web3 Needs More Product People

I know that it’s a bit of a wild west right now, but basically every web3 website I go to needs more input from product people to be usable for anyone besides the enthusiast crowd. Every single time I’ve tried to do anything in this space, I’ve

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Omicron Doesn’t Change the Vaccine Math

Katelyn Jetelina, an epidemiologist, over at (fittingly) Your Local Epidemiologist: There is a lot of anxiety. I have a lot of anxiety. The public is being asked to understand the second most complex system in the human body while navigating a sea of misinformation while coping with significant pandemic exhaustion

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If Fact They Just Don't Care, and That's Kinda Comforting

Greg Morris, who I may as well make a co-author of my site, I link to him all the time: Our brains are made for < 150 person groups of gatherers, not thousands of people online so it's important to remember that there is no need to worry about what

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When the Smartest People Disagree

Is Crypto Bullshit? by Will Wilkinson: One of my personal epistemic precepts is that if I disagree with somebody who is (a) at least smart as I am, (b) has generally sound judgment and (c) is better informed on a subject, then I ought to concede that I’m probably

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How I Read More, Write More, and Think More

How I Read More, Write More, and Think More
Over the years I've created an apparently very useful cycle of content creation and consumption and I thought I'd share it here. It's All the Same WorkflowBetween this blog, my newsletter, and my YouTube channel, I'm always in need of things to talk about, which means I'm always on the

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