Latest bookmarks (page 1 of 60)

4h ago en.m.wikipedia.org
"A forb or phorb is a herbaceous flowering plant that is not a graminoid "
Well, that clears it up.
4h ago thenewstack.io
"On fediverse apps like Mastodon, Pixelfed and (soon) Threads, content is federated — but identity isn’t. We look at potential solutions."
6h ago www.discovermagazine.com
"Seconds-long periods of sleep, known as “microsleep,” are common during mundane tasks like driving. While these unintended brain naps can be difficult to control, getting adequate sleep is the key to preventing them."
6h ago arstechnica.com
Remember this one from 2019?
I was already disappointed that WaPo went with the clickbait “horns” headline (bone spurs are more accurate). Turns out the research linking skull bone spurs to mobile phone usage is full of holes to begin with.
7h ago damieng.com
"So what does Jekyll have that we could build upon?
One useful feature is the ability to process 'site data' held in YML files as a data source for generating content via the Liquid templating language."
24 Apr laist.com
"We heard from Southern Californians about their favorite gardens to visit, and share some of our own."
23 Apr github.com
"Create static timeline webpages. Contribute to molly/static-timeline-generator development by creating an account on GitHub."
23 Apr arstechnica.com
"Book review: Linguistics in the Internet age charts a path from BBSes to T9 and beyond."
23 Apr www.stonekettle.com
Interesting breakdown of the specific grievances cited in the Declaration of Independence. Remember, the preamble was only an introduction.
22 Apr orca.gnome.org
"Orca is a free, open source, flexible, and extensible screen reader that provides access to the graphical desktop via user-customizable combinations of speech and/or braille."