This week we look at an open-source read-it-later app, how the world is designed against the elderly, the placebo effect, being a fast moving company, buying a place, and sketching a wardrobe.
This week we have some more comics, talk about software development bugs, pretend to be Columbo, obsess over creativity, find Star Trek on a map of the universe, and yes, I just had a cup of coffee …
Foxes in Love It's great to be back! I'm still going through recovery, but got far enough that I'm back to reading good content, and collecting it into a weekly newsletter. So Weekend Reading is back. Hope you enjoy this week's edition.
The past three months have been quite the adventure. On May 4, I was headed home, walking back from my regular coffee shop, and was hit by a car going way too fast. Seriously hit. Broken bones, torn liver, spinal cord injury, the works. I ended up in ICU, sedated
This week we rubber duck our GPT, got two apps to catch up on our reading, distract AI with a new social network (no, not that one), and home office rock climbing.
This week we prettify TS errors, go offline, celebrate 30 years of web browser, talk about trusts, experiment with 10 different GPTs, and travel up a space elevator.
This week we attempt a real-life coding exercise, draw our own animations, contrast AI agents with the Semantic Web, fold like a pro, and learn an ancient form of writing.
This week we look at why prompts won’t replace developers, reasons to not use GraphQL, minimum viable design, and proof of human in recruiting.