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It's been heartening to come across so many banners across documentation sites for web development tools. A huge number of developers will be hitting these sites countless times daily to look things up during work β€” I've been one of them!

To highlight a few:
sass-lang.com/
glitch.com/
emotion.sh/

Last (but not least!), Netlify are matching donations up to $25,000 to a number of orgs: netlify.com/donation-matching/

2020 and browsers still cannot reliably resume paused or failed downloads

programming fonts? (req) 

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hardlyeverything.com

I love this. I think it solves the problem of for me. Links to handy tools can live in my knowledge base, and links to blogs that I don't want to forget about can go in here, surfaced in my browser start page every so often.

Fascinated by this package for controlling ...

Unfortunately, I can't seem to get it working. Not sure I'd use it regularly even if it did work, but I'd love to give it a spin!

github.com/danielfm/spotify.el

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can't say I've ever worked with a compiled language before, but the Elm compiler looks super duper friendly

elm-lang.org/news/the-syntax-c

"This is the future, I’m afraid. An automated future where no one actually knows how things work."

m.signalvnoise.com/i-went-to-s

People that take the Glasgow-Edinburgh train have developed this anarcho-communist ticket sharing economy and I love it. It's because return tickets cost literally only 10 pence more than a single, so people just buy returns and leave the other ticket at the station they arrive at.

It's fucking beautiful and more folk need tae know about it

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