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I've talked with 3 WASM related startups today and every devtool investor seems to be looking for a WASM play. Everyone seems to have strong conviction that the future will be safer/faster/polyglot if we just rewrote all the things to WASM.
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Marco Arment@marcoarment
Old-fashioned podcast ads (baked-in host reads) have had better CPMs, stronger response rates, and higher audience trust than almost any other form of advertising for over a decade. And large podcast companies threw that world away for… a worse outcome.
Podcasters are letting software pick their ads — it’s already going awry
Podcast ads start to act more like the web
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Cory House@housecor
Just learned about Zod, a #TypeScript schema declaration and validation library. Zod is a simple way to validate API response shapes. Declare a validator once, and Zod infers the type. Zod throws an error when the data doesn’t match the schema. 👍
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Ezra Klein@ezraklein
I've been looking to build a better setup for reading long digital articles and pdfs. Research shows scrolling makes you into more of a skimmer, and I feel it. But I don't want to print everything. Anyone have advice on a setup they like for focused, long digital reading?
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PRESIDENT Online / プレジデントオンライン@Pre_Online
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a response to @Rich_Harris's talk "Have Single-Page Apps Ruined the Web?"…
Kevin Tewouda@le_woudar
I wonder what the @htmx_org team think about this talk of Rich Harris (creator of Svelte). I must admit that he succeeded in making me doubt the alternative approaches to SPA..
Have Single-Page Apps Ruined the Web? | Transitional Apps with Rich Harris, NYTimes
The backlash to modern front end development is gaining steam, with good reason: single-page apps have ruined the web. Can we rescue it without going backwar...
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Nathan Gathright@NathanG
In yesterday’s thread about the future of podcast transcripts, I had to cut out a tangent about the history of podcast chapters. I think the path to adoption for podcast chapters is instructive as a roadmap for encouraging transcripts, so, you’re getting it today. 🧵 #tweet100
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Dai MIKURUBE@dmikurube
とりあえず Log4j(1) と Log4j2 を同一視して、今回のあれこれを見て「Log4j 懐かしい」とか「Log4j はどこででも使われてて」とか「Log4j は古くから」とか言うのやめてあげてほしい…。 Log4j2 は割と最近 (と言っても 2015 くらい) だし、中身も API も作者も別物である
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Philip Young@philipyoungg
I don't recommend indie developer to work on B2C product. ❎ The customers are stingy (No $) ❎ You almost always need the best in class UX+UI (compete with a whole team like Todoist, Evernote, etc) ❎ you need reach tons or new users per month (thousands++)
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Brandon Rohrer@_brohrer_
War stories please. What’s the jankiest piece of tech you’ve seen a company depend on?
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I wish Tailwind enthusiasts weren't so defensive There's really no need to frame it in opposition to CSS the way its inventor always does
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Corey Quinn@QuinnyPig
Stay strong, @awscloud friendos. As outages go, this one is pretty mild / funny. Customers are hurting but not THAT much. And it's not like I have anything else to do since billing single-tracks through us-east-1.
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Corey Quinn@QuinnyPig
And now, the final #reinvent keynote of the week as per my nonsense entertainment. And we start with music that is absolutely *BEAUTIFUL*. This is a balm for the soul.
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Armin “vax ffs” Ronacher@mitsuhiko
I have to say starting new web projects on open source technologies in 2021 is no fun. The amount of complexity that is thrown your way left and right is absolutely mind-boggling and it's completely unclear which tech is going to stick around for more than 4 years.
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Derek Thompson@DKThomp
I think this is a sneaky profound question with sneaky profound implications: Why did it take so long for people to invent obvious stuff? And, relatedly: what are the obvious things we’re not inventing?
Jason Crawford@jasoncrawford
“Why did we wait so long for the printing press?” Bacon, in 1620, points to this as a reason to hope that with more inventive effort, people could make technological progress:
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最近読んだ本で見た「睡眠法」がヤバい。 ①全身に力を入れて3秒いきむ→力を抜く ②目をつむって10秒何も考えない ③ ①②を繰り返す 前職で自律神経やられ不眠気味が続いてたんやけど、半信半疑でやったら知らんうちに寝てたし朝まで泥のように眠ってた。。簡単だし皆も試してみて👍
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Rick Gude@rickgude
A tribute to Winamp . @MaxonVFX @Substance3D #redshift #c4d #cinema4d
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Joshua Topolsky@joshuatopolsky
1) I want to say something: @zpower is one of the best people I have ever worked with. I don’t understand the how or why of what happened.
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Web 1.0: the web is for sharing information! Web 2.0: but what if we could make money too? Web 3.0: the web is only for making money.
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