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A Guide to Recognising Font Styles | Better Web Type

A vital guide to recognising font styles.

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chrislgarry/Apollo-11: Original Apollo 11 Guidance Computer (AGC) source code for the command and lunar modules.

The original Apollo computer code.

This issue is very relevant and will hopefully receive some love from the maintainers.

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BBC World Service - 13 Minutes to the Moon

I am absolutely LOVING this podcast series from the BBC World Service. So many interviews and stories about the Apollo program and the first moon landing. Well worth subscribing to!

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Our disabilities have made us better scientists

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Populating the page: how browsers work - Web Performance | MDN

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Apollo 11 in Real Time

It's nearly 50 years since Apollo 11 landed on the Moon. You can follow the mission in realtime, half a century later.

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SHAPE UP

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Trans people aren't 'erasing' lesbians like me | The Independent

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Initial thoughts on standardizing form controls | Greg Whitworth

Yes please, this.

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Jodrell Bank Observatory becomes world heritage site | Science | The Guardian

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Seeing the page for the components

Component-focused processes often prioritize modularity in ways that page-centric ones tend to overlook.

Similarly, the same component can be employed on any number of pages, bringing a sense of continuity and familiarity to a site. Page designs often suffer from elements that aren’t easily repurposed on other pages.

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Netlify Analytics - Accurate insights without performance impacts

Netlify are offering server-side analytics. No scripting injected into the client!

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Das Bezirksamt Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg in Leichter Sprache - Berlin.de

It is absolutely incredible to see a Plain German government website! Germany is still learning in this area, and I hope to see more and more things here.

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Being Glue β€” No Idea Blog

Men volunteered less because if they waited, they knew that a woman would volunteer. In all male groups, they had no trouble getting volunteers. If there were no women there, men volunteered just fine.

The even more interesting part was that, when managers were asked to choose someone to do thankless work, they asked women 44% more than they asked men.

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Why plants don’t die from cancer | PBS NewsHour

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Making your frontend accessible - Service Manual - GOV.UK

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An Intro To Screen Reader Testing for Sighted Developers

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ISPA announces hero's and villains for 2019

Yes, obviously Mozilla is a villain. For introducing DNS over HTTPS.

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Progressive Boomers Are Making It Impossible For Cities To Fix The Housing Crisis | HuffPost

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Tree planting 'has mind-blowing potential' to tackle climate crisis | Environment | The Guardian

New research estimates that a worldwide planting programme could remove two-thirds of all the emissions that have been pumped into the atmosphere by human activities, a figure the scientists describe as β€œmind-blowing”.

Buuuuuut....

β€œWithout freeing up the billions of hectares we use to produce meat and milk, this ambition is not realisable.”

So all you gotta do is give up eating meat and we could reverse all the damage done.

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Look life is really tough, even when it isn’t. You’re allowed to feel shit.

This is what capitalism is meant to do. If you're worrying about rent you're not worrying about firing billionaires into the sun, where they belong.

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inessential: No Algorithms

these algorithms β€” driven by the all-consuming need for engagement in order to sell ads β€” are part of what’s destroying western liberal democracy, and my app will not contribute to that.

NetNewsWire has morals that I can get behind!

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Accessibility Support

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