Wish I had four hundred thousand quid lying around: https://www.yachtworld.co.uk/boats/2010/amel-54-3210780/
2019-2020. One year ago we had our wedding party in Taipei, and tonight we had a quiet dinner to celebrate with my parents. I have to say, marriage is an adventure! One of learning, growth, and tons of amazing discoveries. Here’s to many happy returns! @Tingyi ❤️
Complaining about React and JS 😫
The whole React/Redux/etc ecosystem makes me feel like I need a phd in computer science in order to build a simple form. It takes things that should be super simple (ex: a form with checkboxes) and makes it unnecessarily, overwhelmingly complex.
I get it that in *some* cases this is actually really powerful and the right tool for the job, but for 99% of cases I've encountered, it ain't it.
It’s going to be a work in progress from now and forever, but I’m happy to finally announce that my new website is alive!
@ben Hi Ben, welcome to the fediverse! I use exa every day, thank you for making it :)
The new A11y Project website is stunning. Tatiana Mac has really proved that accessible design can be beautiful inside and out. 😍 👏
Also I’m totally thrilled to have Accessibility For Everyone featured on there. What an endorsement! 💚 📗
We took a very rare tube ride* last Friday and by total chance were on the train where Banksy made this artwork... it’s now apparently gone. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2020/jul/14/banksy-creates-mask-themed-work-on-london-underground
*we wore masks, of course
I wrote about swapping color schemes across terminals and Vim. Also trying to document how scripting in Linux is shifting how I think about computers: https://writing.grantcuster.com/posts/2020-07-12-swapping-color-schemes-across-all-terminals-and-vim-with-pywal-and-base16/
Saw on the twitters and couldn't resist. https://twitter.com/CSMFHT/status/1280338291095527424/photo/1
Art × Tech. Running a tiny creative studio in London.
Avatar and header by @Tingyi
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.