Alice In Chains’ Facelift: the grunge masterpiece that kickstarted the 90s 28 Sep 2020
Alice In Chains debut Facelift was the first grunge album to break into the mainstream. For the band who made it, things would never be the same again
'Algemeen gebruik mondkapjes kan nieuwe lockdown in Nederland voorkomen' 25 Sep 2020
Hij is net 3 weken terug in Nederland na een jarenlang verblijf in de Verenigde Staten. En wat hoogleraar Gezondheidsinformatie Theo Vos hier aantreft, kan hij bijna niet geloven. "Met mondkapjes valt zóveel winst te behalen."
Black Sabbath's Paranoid at 50: potent anthems of working-class strife 24 Sep 2020
Written off by critics as horror trash from ‘unskilled labourers’, Sabbath’s masterpiece album took beaten-down listeners on a rollercoaster out of their struggles
Why A Pro-Life World Has A Lot of Dead Women In It 24 Sep 2020
"Stop calling anti-abortion activists 'pro-life.' They're not."
Goodbye comments, welcome Webmentions 24 Sep 2020 Webmentions are an open standard for a reaction to a thing on the web. It’s currently in W3C recommendation status. So when you link to a website, you can send a Webmention to notify that website. Artikel lezen
One Last Goodbye: A Farewell To Anathema, The Band Who Could Be Anything You Wanted 24 Sep 2020
Progressive metal mainstays Anathema have gone on indefinite hiatus. Here we pay tribute to a band with the palette and the vision to explore the vast realms of heavy music and then some.
Dutch lawmakers demand answers after U.S. ambassador holds party for right-wing populists at embassy 24 Sep 2020
“That would be a violation of the Treaty of Vienna,” one lawmaker said.
Melting Antarctic ice will raise sea level by 2.5 metres – even if Paris climate goals are met, study finds 24 Sep 2020
Research says melting will continue even if temperature rises are limited to 2C
Web browsers on iOS 22 Sep 2020
As mobile and desktop operating systems converge, Apple’s hypocritical browser policy becomes clearer and clearer.
How La Haine Destroyed The Picture Of Postcard Paris 21 Sep 2020
Mathieu Kassovitz's incendiary 1995 film La Haine lit our idealised view of Paris on fire – and remains just as corrosive 25 years on, finds James Balmont
Accessible Font Sizing, Explained | CSS-Tricks 21 Sep 2020
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), an organization that defines standards for web content accessibility, does not specify a minimum font
How to pick more beautiful colors for your data visualizations 21 Sep 2020
Choosing good colors for your charts is hard. This article tries to make it easier.
Buying Myself Back 19 Sep 2020
When does a model own her own image?
Emily Ratajkowski on Reclaiming Her Own Image
Built to Last 19 Sep 2020
Don’t blame COBOL. Blame austerity.
When overwhelmed unemployment insurance systems malfunctioned during the pandemic, governments blamed the sixty-year-old programming language COBOL. But what really failed? (Via
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In photos: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg 19 Sep 2020
See photos of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman to serve on the US Supreme Court. Ginsburg died Friday, September 18, due to complications from pancreatic cancer. She was 87.
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The Little Cards That Tell Police 'Let's Forget This Ever Happened' 18 Sep 2020
Some cops give their friends and family union-issued "courtesy cards" to help get them out of minor infractions. The cards embody everything wrong with modern policing.
Add comic book dialogue boxes to your next video call with this amazing gesture-based add-on 18 Sep 2020
Because sometimes you need to say something without using words.
14 Undeniable Signs That Donald Trump Is A Fascist 18 Sep 2020
The 1930s called - they want their fascism back.