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Crowds of Tourists Are Ruining Popular Destinations – The Atlantic
De Nederlandse kruiwagen voor Slayer en Metallica – NRC
Srcset and sizes — ericportis.com
Responsive Image Breakpoints Generator by Cloudinary
Alarming climate report says 25m sea level rise on the way | Newshub
Opinion | I Want to Live in Elizabeth Warren’s America – The New York Times
Coco Chanel’s Secret Life As A Nazi Agent And Partner
Menopause and Alzheimer’s
Cake or death: AMP and the worrying power dynamics of the web AMP continues to be a large part of the way people view web content on mobile devices. Following AMP Letter, what we’ve seen from Google is largely nice sentiments accompanied by business as usual, and the web ecosystem is suffering for it.
Deadwood Was the Rare Show About Men That Did Women Justice | Time
Dune (2020) – Everything We Know So Far [Regularly Updated] One of my all time favourite books, can’t wait for this!
WebAIM: The WebAIM Million An accessibility analysis of the top 1,000,000 home pages
I Used The Web For A Day On Internet Explorer 8
Oversharing: how Napster nearly killed the music industry Twenty years ago, the idea of free music was so compelling that up to 80m users downloaded Napster and broke the law. The aftershocks are still being felt today
New Report Suggests ‘High Likelihood of Human Civilization Coming to an End’ in 2050 The climate change analysis was written by a former fossil fuel executive and backed by the former chief of Australia’s military.
Why and how to use WebP images today WebP is an image format developed by Google in 2010. It was created to be an alternative to formats like PNG and JPG, producing much smaller file sizes while maintaining similar image qualities.
Police Post Racist And Violent Messages On Facebook, A Review Shows She compiled posts that represented troubling conduct in a database that is replete with racist imagery and memes, and in some cases long, vitriolic exchanges involving multiple officers.
The CSS background-image property as an anti-pattern The CSS background-image property allowed us to do some amazing things, but in most cases, it’s time to leave it behind.
Why we prefer CSS Custom Properties to SASS variables | CodyHouse
Building the most inaccessible site possible with a perfect Lighthouse score