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adactio journal links articles notes about jeremy keith making websites. writing books. speaking at conferences. living in brighton. working at clearleft. playing music. taking photos. answering email. journal 2369 sparkline links 6426 sparkline articles 66 sparkline notes 2926 sparkline saturday, february 25th, 2017 social media needs a travel mode (idle words) we don’t take our other valuables with us when we travel—we leave the important stuff at home, or in a safe place. but facebook and google don’t give us similar control over our valuable data. with these online services, it’s all or nothing. we need a ‘trip mode’ for social media sites that reduces our contact list and history to a minimal subset of what the site normally offers. 9:23pm tagged with security borders socialnetworks trip travel data surveillance resistance css and progressive enhancement | justmarkup a nice look at the fallbacks that are built into css. 9:14pm tagged with css progressive enhancement fallbacks frontend development hey @han, happy birthday! 2:09pm also on twitter ziggy. 4:30am also on instagram friday, february 24th, 2017 brad and the beers. 9:00pm also on instagram thursday, february 23rd, 2017 andy’s sushi. 🍣 9:15pm also on instagram sushi sample. 9:15pm also on instagram wednesday, february 22nd, 2017 going to pittsburgh. brb 12:08pm also on twitter hey @mathowie, we’re over halfway there: https://adactio.com/journal/11937 cc. @longnow 11:44am also on twitter long betting it has been exactly six years to the day since i instantiated this prediction: the original url for this prediction (www.longbets.org/601) will no longer be available in eleven years. it is exactly five years to the day until the prediction condition resolves to a boolean true or false. if it resolves to true, the bletchly park trust will receive $1000. if it resolves to false, the internet archive will receive $1000. much as i would like bletchley park to get the cash, i’m hoping to lose this bet. i don’t want my pessimism about url longevity to be rewarded. so, to recap, the bet was placed on 02011-02-22 it is currently 02017-02-22 and the bet times out on 02022-02-22. 11:42am tagged with longbets longnow urls digital preservation prediction future time years also on amp medium tuesday, february 21st, 2017 get started with variable fonts – medium rich has posted a sneak peek of one part of his book on ev’s blog. 4:12pm tagged with variable fonts typography css type frontend development variable fonts we have a tradition here at clearleft of having the occasional lunchtime braindump. they’re somewhat sporadic, but it’s always a good day when there’s a “brown bag” gathering. when google’s amp format came out and i had done some investigating, i led a brown bag playback on that. recently mark did one on fractal so that everyone knew how work on that was progressing. today richard gave us a quick brown bag talk on variable web fonts. he talked us through how these will work on the web and in operating systems. we got a good explanation of how these fonts would get designed—the type designer designs the “extreme” edges of size, weight, or whatever, and then the file format itself can extrapolate all the in-between stages. so, in theory, one single font file can hold hundreds, thousands, or hundreds of thousands of potential variations. it feels like switching from bitmap images to svg—there’s suddenly much greater flexibility. a variable font is a single font file that behaves like multiple fonts. there were a couple of interesting tidbits that rich pointed out… while this is a new file format, there isn’t going to be a new file extension. these will be .ttf files, and so by extension, they can be .woff and .woff2 files too. this isn’t some proposed theoretical standard: an unprecedented amount of co-operation has gone into the creation of this format. adobe, apple, google, and microsoft have all contributed. agreement is the hardest part of any standards process. once that’s taken care of, the technical solution follows quickly. so you can expect this to land very quickly and widely. this technology is landing in web browsers before it lands in operating systems. it’s already available in the safari technology preview. that means that for a while, the very best on-screen typography will be delivered not in ebook readers, but in web browsers. so if you want to deliver the absolute best reading experience, look to the web. and here’s the part that i found fascinating… we can currently use numbers for the font-weight property in css. those number values increment in hundreds: 100, 200, 300, etc. now with variable fonts, we can start using integers: 321, 417, 183, etc. how fortuitous that we have 99 free slots between our current set of values! well, that’s no accident. the reason why the numbers were originally specced in increments of 100 back in 1996 was precisely so that some future sci-fi technology could make use of the ranges in between. that’s some future-friendly thinking! and as håkon wrote: one of the reasons we chose to use three-digit numbers was to support intermediate values in the future. and the future is now :) needless to say, variable fonts will be covered in richard’s forthcoming book. 3:50pm tagged with typography fonts type browsers standards design also on amp medium atomic. (thanks, @brad_frost) 3:00pm also on twitter flickr the five-tool designer » mike industries mike lists five tool skills he looks for in a designer (not that every designer needs to have all five): visual design & animation interaction design getting things done teamwork leadership swap the first one out for some markup and css skills, and i reckon you’ve got a pretty good list for developers too. 2:47pm tagged with designers skills hiring work career tools flatris tetris in your browser. visit it once and it works offline (if your browser supports service workers) so go ahead and add it to your home screen. 2:39pm tagged with serviceworkers offline game gaming tetris play react frontend development flatris send messages when you’re back online with service workers and background sync – twilio cloud communications blog this example of using background sync looks like it’s specific to twilio, but the breakdown of steps is broad enough to apply to many situations: on the page we need to: register a service worker intercept the “submit” event for our message form place the message details into indexeddb, an in browser database register the service worker to receive a “sync” event then, in the service worker we need to: listen for sync events when a sync event is received, retrieve the messages from indexeddb for each message, send a request to our server to send the message if the message is sent successfully, then remove the message from indexeddb and that’s it. 2:12pm tagged with serviceworkers background sync indexeddb queueing offline resilient frontend development kamranahmedse/design-patterns-for-humans: design patterns for humans™ - an ultra-simplified explanation i’m crap at object-oriented programming (probably because i don’t get get enough practice), but i’ve had a quick read through this and it looks like a nice clear primer. i shall return and peruse in more depth next time i’m trying to remember how to do all this class-based stuff. 1:54pm tagged with classes objects programming patterns development code coding patterns ongoing by tim bray · geek career paths tim bray lists the options available to a technically-minded person thinking about their career path …but doesn’t mention the option of working at an agency. some good long-zoom observations in here: the bad news that it’s a lot of work. we’re a young pro­fes­sion and we’re still work­ing out our best prac­tices, so the ground keeps chang­ing un­der you; it doesn’t get eas­i­er as the decades go by. the good news is that it doesn’t get hard­er ei­ther. once you learn to stop ex­pect­ing your knowl­edge to stay fresh, the pace of in­no­va­tion doesn’t feel to me like it’s much faster (or slow­er) now than it was in 1987 or 1997 or 2007. more good news: the tech­nol­o­gy gets bet­ter. se­ri­ous­ly, we are so much bet­ter at build­ing soft­ware now than we used to be in any of those oth­er years end­ing in 7. 11:28am tagged with career work progression life technical functional minimalism for web design according to this, the forthcoming clearleft redesign will be totally on fleek. 11:26am tagged with visual design minimalism trends ui animation photography copy [this is aaronland] fault lines — a cultural heritage of misaligned expectations when aaron talks, i listen. this time he’s talking about digital (and analogue) preservation, and how that can clash with licensing rules. it is time for the sector to pick a fight with artists, and artist’s estates and even your donors. it is time for the sector to pick a fight with anyone that is preventing you from being allowed to have a greater — and i want to stress greater, not total — license of interpretation over the works which you are charged with nurturing and caring for. it is time to pick a fight because, at least on bad days, i might even suggest that the sector has been played. we all want to outlast the present, and this is especially true of artists. museums and libraries and archives are a pretty good bet if that’s your goal. 11:05am tagged with museums digital preservation licensing artists curation collection longevity talk conference culture museumnext ownership older » more information about this site adactio is the online home of jeremy keith, a web developer and author living and working in brighton, england. get in touch customise choose a theme… default tatemodern seaside zeldman adactizilla sci-fi renaissance hirnlego ? 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