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July 25th, 2020 5 min read

Weekend Reading — Charles Main Street

This week we got more GPT-3 tricks, CSS variable hack, ride appropriate masks, a singing cow, and realistic looking Holodeck 9.

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July 19th, 2020 6 min read

Weekend Reading — 🍰 It was a cake all along

This week, my window is your window, code freezes over, Twitter gets hacked, GPT-3 is the place to be, 2020 is all a cake, Illuminati bold.

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July 11th, 2020 6 min read

Weekend Reading — 💸 $50,420 for a Zoom meeting?

This week we get shamed by a bear, make friends along the way, scream inside our hearts, and let the market regulate itself! Also, mask up 😷

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July 4th, 2020 6 min read

Weekend Reading — 🧠 l know a spot!

This week we're the one *not* wearing red! We return our 3D printer for a refund, get fooled by ice cream, eyes on the problem, and where's my oven 🐐???

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July 1st, 2020 1 min read

Modern web development is just naming things

Modern web development is just naming things. Then naming them again. Then naming them some more. Using different letter case and hyphenation in each case. Also, more than one way to signal whether a name could be valueless. 🤷‍♂️ import type { NameA } from 'schema.ts'; export default NameA() { const { data } = useQuery(

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June 26th, 2020 6 min read

Weekend Reading — “There's power in the unknown”

This week we spend 3 hours chasing a typo, find the answer to a simple yes/no question, name 3 concrete example, and dig into 👁👄👁.

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June 20th, 2020 7 min read

Weekend Reading — 📽️ Unsubscribe is sold out

This week please wear a mask! Also we play a demo in reverse, learn about stock market addiction, direct action works, and top grossing movie for $0.

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June 13th, 2020 6 min read

Weekend Reading — 🦕 Engineers over 35

This week we install more fonts, printf a tic-tac-toe, join the Planning Commission meeting, and use our lawn as a green screen.

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June 5th, 2020 2 min read

Weekend Reading — #BlackLivesMatter

Clint Smith: Yesterday, my 14-year-old cousin said, “We’re living through a social studies chapter” and I can’t stop thinking about that, about him, about how young people are processing this moment.You all know what’s going on in the US right now. In the 52 years since

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