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discusses transphobia Show more

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Here's an idea: a #NoJS challenge.

Making a website? Avoid using JavaScript.

See how much of the functionality and design you were planning can be done using plain HTML, CSS and other web technologies that are now embedded in the typical browser without needing JavaScript code to do any of it.

Even if it seems impossible, look it up. It just might be possible.

There's so much stuff in there now, even a seasoned webmaster could be surprised.

The Defterdar Mosque in Belgrade, likely taken by I.V. Groman in 1876. Built on the former site of the Haci Piri Mosque, its restoration was funded by the Belgrade treasurer (defterdar) Ahmed effendi. The tavern "Proleće" is located on site today.

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Syrian Photographers now in France reflect on the protests, compare to Syria 8 years ago

correspondent.afp.com/yellow-r

A beautiful piece on Kaltrina Krasniqi's film "Sarabande." On the incredibly talented classical guitarist Petrit Γ‡eku, on traveling clandestinely as a Kosovar in Spain.

kosovotwopointzero.com/en/sara

Good piece with important stuff at the end -
Everything you ever wanted to know about tankies, but were afraid to ask
libcom.org/blog/everything-you

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Saying he was collecting material for an art project, the 31-year-old visual artist sneaked into a vault at a notorious private, run-for-profit university and quietly removed tuition contracts. Fried Potatoes – whose real name is Francisco Tapia – then burned the documents, rendering it nearly impossible for the Universidad del Mar to call in its debt – which he claimed was worth as much as $500m (Β£297m). β€œIt’s over. You are all free of debt.”

theguardian.com/world/2014/may

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What is the most profitable business in the world? You might think oil, or maybe banking. You would be wrong. The answer is academic publishing. Its profit margins are vast, reportedly in the region of 40 per cent.

Publicly funded researchers do the work, write it up and judge its merits. And yet the resulting intellectual property ends up in the hands of the publishers. They then sell it via exorbitant subscriptions and paywalls, often paid for by taxpayers too.

newscientist.com/article/mg240

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cat found a appropriately sized box to squeeze in to

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social.coop

social.coop is a coop-run corner of the fediverse, a cooperative and transparent approach to operating a social platform. We are currently closed to new memberships while we improve our internal processes and policies, and plan to re-open to new folks when that work is complete. [9/2/2018]