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(400) https://twitter.com/SalvadorDesign/status/1527349077620379650/photo/1

Very sad to hear that Vangelis has died. It was an honour to work with him on 2 of his albums, especially Juno to Jupiter, where we became good friends. I'll never forget our conversations on art, music and the cosmos. You helped us to listen to the Universe. Thank you Maestro.❤️

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(400) https://twitter.com/chiaramex/status/1527323292645765122/photo/1

Revolutionised the shop so it’s all comics upstairs. We did it kids

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New Look, Same Great Look | Lapham’s Quarterly

The history of humans being confounded by color photography. Photograph of two young men and a young woman under a Christmas tree and above a Munsell color chart, American. c. 1947. Rijksmuseum.

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The Bagel Code || fabian writes.

Ordering a bagel in NYC is like cracking a code. What kinds of bagel are there? Do you call it a bagel or a sandwich? Is it wrong to put egg and cheese on a Cinnamon-Raisin bagel (I hope so)? You’re somehow expected to just know, and if you don’t, then you’re clearly new to the city.

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“Straight White Male: The Lowest Difficulty Setting,” Ten Years On | Whatever

Ten years ago this week I thought I would write a piece to offer a useful metaphor for straight white male privilege without using the word “privilege,” because when you use the word “privilege,” straight white men freak out, like, I said then, “vampires being fed a garlic tart.

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(400) https://twitter.com/SAghdashloo/status/1526960231330238466/photo/1

Dear Ty, thank you for one of the best experiences I’ve ever had on television. #TheExpanse has a lot of fans in the UK. Happy birthday! 🥳🥳 #ScreamingFirehawks @JamesSACorey @TYandThatGuy

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(400) https://twitter.com/beep/status/1526613700823728130/photo/1

i don’t mean to alarm anyone but the kittens are napping and olive is holding lily’s little paw

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(400) https://twitter.com/Getintothis/status/1526634992700473344/video/1

Aliens in 60 seconds may be my favourite thing of the year. 🎥 1A4 Studio.

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Why This Computer Scientist Says All Cryptocurrency Should “Die in a Fire” ❧ Current Affairs

Despite being hyped in expensive Super Bowl ads, cryptocurrency is now having a difficult moment. As the New York Times reports, “the crypto world went into a full meltdown this week in a sell-off that graphically illustrated the risks of the experimental and unregulated digital currencies.

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Improve Your Python Decorators

"I've previously written about "yield" and generators. In that article, I mention it's a topic that novices find confusing. The purpose and creation of decorators is another such topic (using them, however, is rather easy). In this post, you'll learn what decorators are, how they're created, and why they're so useful."

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Look Scanned

"Look Scanned is a pure frontend site that makes your PDFs look scanned! No need for printers and scanners anymore - everything you need to do is just a few clicks."

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(400) https://twitter.com/bunnydarke/status/1525104606665113600/photo/1

My hair is full of secrets

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huey task queue

A lightweight alternative to Celery

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Rockbox

"Rockbox is a free replacement firmware for digital music players. It runs on a wide range of players."

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The Pine Walk Collection's Stream

"DJ Sets from Fire Island Pines & New York City (1979-1999). These tapes were found in a recently purchased house on Pine Walk. There are over 200 tapes in total and they have been carefully digitized and remastered and offered to stream for free here on Mixcloud with permission from all of the living DJs we were able to contact. "

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addresspollution.org

Air quality report by postcode

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Occlusion Grotesque

"Occlusion Grotesque is an experimental typeface that is carved into the bark of a tree. As the tree grows, it deforms the letters and outputs new design variations, that are captured annually. The project explores what it means to design with nature and on nature's terms."

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How DALL·E 2 Works

"DALL·E 2 is a system for text-to-image generation developed by my coauthors and me at OpenAI. When prompted with a caption, the system will attempt to generate a novel image from scratch that matches it."

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All about movies

Movie plots rewritten using the Up-Goer Five XKCD text editor.

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The Up-Goer Five Text Editor

"Can you explain a hard idea using only the ten hundred most used words? It's not very easy."

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(400) https://twitter.com/maryhitchman/status/1524682651256475648/photo/1

This place is absolutely, categorically inhabited by fairies

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A Management Maturity Model for Performance - Infrequently Noted

I have been lucky to collaborate with more than a hundred teams building PWAs and consult on some of the world's largest sites. Engineers and managers on these teams universally want to deliver great experiences and have many questions about how to approach common challenges.

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Markdoc | A powerful, flexible, Markdown-based authoring framework

"Markdoc is a Markdown-based syntax and toolchain for creating custom documentation sites from Stripe."

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(400) https://twitter.com/flickrfdn/status/1524639087373733889

Got a friendly “what’s happening” nudge about @flickrfdn so here’s a snapshot of where we’re at 👍

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(400) https://twitter.com/BenSTravis/status/1524448505103884294/photo/1

The cool thing with Doctor Strange is, you can throw him into the weirdest parts of the multiverse, places where nothing makes sense. Hence my big idea for Phase 5: DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MIDDLE-AISLE OF LIDL

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Snapdrop

Open source peer to peer transfer on local networks.

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Django filter - filter(A).filter(B) vs filter(A, B)

"Sometimes, when chaining filters together – SomeModels.objects.filter(a=A).filter(b=B) – we get duplicate objects in our queryset. In this article, we’ll explore & explain why."

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Django Static Files and Templates

Nice deep dive into how static files work in Django.

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Oh My Git!

An open source game about learning Git!

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Swinsian — The Advanced Mac Music Player

"Swinsian is a sophisticated music player for macOS with wide format support, folder watching, advanced tag editing and designed to be responsive even with the largest libraries."

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(400) https://twitter.com/davidhughes/status/1522926816494764034/photo/1

Watched the last two episodes of Moon Knight. So good. It got better as it went along. Episode 5 was particularly good. @garrettc loved your review on @letterboxd

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How DELIA DERBYSHIRE made the DOCTOR WHO theme I Tomorrow's World I Music I BBC Archive - YouTube

Tomorrow's World visits the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, a studio dedicated to the production of cutting edge electronic sound effects, soundscapes and electronic music for use in BBC television and radio programmes. Pioneering sound engineer Delia Derbyshire - who, along with colleague Dick Mills, realised Ron Grainer's famous Doctor Who Theme at the Radiophonic Workshop - shows how electronic sounds are produced, and demonstrates some of the processes and techniques used in the workshop to build these sounds into otherworldly scores for the likes of Quatermass and the Pit Originally broadcast 9 December, 1965. This clip features in Arena's docudrama, 'Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes', which is available to watch on the BBC iPlayer: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000w6tr/arena-delia-derbyshire-the-myths-and-the-legendary-tapes You have now entered the BBC Archive, an audiovisual time machine that will transport you back to the golden age of tv. Let us educate, entertain and enlighten you with classic tv clips from the BBC vaults. Make sure you subscribe so that you never miss a single stop on our amazing journey through the BBC Archive - https://www.youtube.com/c/BBCArchive?sub_confirmation=1

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(400) https://twitter.com/colly/status/1522486545957199874

One fun fact about this release is that I translated Simon’s writing into Japanese, which was then proofed and recorded as a vocal track by my friend Saki Watanabe. Her voice is so perfect and timeless for this kind of thing, and it makes it even more special ❤️

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Hyperscript Widgets

"The goal of this repository is to assemble a rich library of pre-tested UI-controls that work nicely with htmx and hyperscript."

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The Inside Story of The Simpsons' Remarkable Second Life | GQ

Last year, the team behind The Simpsons produced a video for the French luxury fashion house Balenciaga that debuted in October at Paris Fashion Week. (There’s a sentence I never thought I’d write.

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the html review

"The html review is an annual journal of literature made to exist on the web"

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HUDS+GUIS

"HUDS+GUIS was created as an inspiration and resource site for interactive designers. It's a place where you can find the most creative and interesting examples of UI design. Sources can come from anywhere ie. films, games, concept design and real world developments. It focuses on the ways in which people interact with technology, particularly the way something functions, the way it looks, the way it moves and even the way it sounds."

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readme.txt

"Titbits and curios from the video game mod archives. Curated by Alice O'Connor."

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The similarities and differences between content design and other content disciplines  – Co-op Digital Blog

Before we became part of the Co-op Content Design community, Marianne worked in marketing and communications, and Mary was a copywriter. Like most content designers and content strategists at Co-op, we moved into this discipline from roles that also demanded strong writing skills.

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(400) https://twitter.com/chiaramex/status/1521956201793302528/photo/1

@garrettc I see, I see

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(400) https://twitter.com/HannaFlint/status/1521953509649829889/photo/1

Me until the end of time.

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