Today’s Columbus-area library workspace is the Martin Luther King branch which has a small African art collection on display.
Knobs is one of my favorite YouTube channels, and this review of and performance with the Meris effects pedals is a great example of why.
I love this mural by Camille Walala at Industry City in Brooklyn
Google Maps API will be moving to paid access only soon. For simple use cases at least, OpenStreeMap is your friend.
This box set of Oregon history comics looks neat.
I did not know that Doug Sahm was on stage at the Skyline Club for Hank Williams’s last performance before he died. www.wideopencountry.com/hank-will…
A compelling critique of American patriotism by Sam Haselby in Aeon. Implicit in his attribution of American (literal) demonization of the Other to Anglo Puritan roots is the importance of the historiographical perspective synthesized so well in Fernández-Armesto’s Our America.
7 commitments in plan to decolonize social sciences at new African Leadership University include “everything we assign our students will be open source,” “language beyond English,” and “text is not enough.”
Hiding from hunting down Gatsby plugin problems by reading Dijkstra’s “A Short Introduction to the Art of Programming”
Today’s Columbus-area library workspace is the Parsons branch. Will stop by Two Dollar Radio on the way out.
Shortcuts.design is a good example of the bubble-gummy contemporary web aesthetic to which I’d like to add some Memphis Design-ish hard edges for my own projects.
Continuing to work on Dutch in Clozemaster which serves as a good step after apps like Duolingo or Memrise. I enjoy supporting a solo developer as well. Going to start reading my Dutch-language comics as part of my study routine soon.
Today’s Columbus-area library workspace is the Bexley Public Library. First day working on a component-based layout system for Austin Music history project.
GraphiQL has been a lifesaver in getting my head around how GraphQL wants to be used.
Interesting examination by Glenn Fleishmann of the maintenance burden of COBOL in government and financial industry
Using Surge for some ephemeral demonstration deployments today has been a super convenience.