Reading List 228
- Link O’The Week: Common accessibility issue: moving to a page section without shifting keyboard focus – and some good tips on testing
- Split – “the split that worries the most is this: The people who make the web vs. the people who are excluded from making the web” by Jeremy Keith
- Inline SVG… Cached – neat trick from Chris Coyier, building on work by Scott Jehl
- The Gender Spectrum Collection – “a stock photo library featuring images of trans and non-binary models that go beyond the clichés”.
- So you’ve ‘seen’ the black hole. Now for the interesting bit – how all that raw data was stored
- Optimize your content for Google Discover
- Google AMP lowered our page speed, and there’s no choice but to use it – “AMP isn’t about speed. It’s about control. AMP is an open source project. That evokes images of open, honest, collaboration amongst equals. But that’s not what’s happening.”
- How to enable Dual SIM feature on Google Pixel 3 on Android Q Beta
- Digging Into The Display Property: The Two Values Of Display – Auntie Rachel explains that CSS is moving into two values for the display property: one defines how an element behaves in the page, the other ow its children behave
- Progressive web application as a share option in Android – “any Android application can share directly to your web app through the standard native sharing dialog”
- Native image lazy-loading for the web! – Chrome-only, so far, but it’s a progressive enhancement so use it already!
- How to Work With the Raw HTML for Emails You Receive – I’ve had the misfortune to edit some HTML emails lately, and wanted to know how they work. Here’s a short video that shows how to get and manipulate the source of any HTML mail you receive, to experiment
- YouTube Executives Ignored Warnings, Letting Toxic Videos Run Rampant -“Proposals to change recommendations and curb conspiracies were sacrificed for engagement, staff say.”
- Tailored design thinking and process for at scale engagements
- Student jailed for blackmailing porn users worldwide – he booked ad space on legal porn sites. when user clicked through, unpatched systems were infected with ransomware. He shifted more than £4M through crypto-currency platforms.
- Clowns, Jokers, and Echo Chambers by Shane Hudson
- Is your pregnancy app sharing your intimate data with your boss? – “As apps to help moms monitor their health proliferate, employers and insurers pay to keep tabs on the vast and valuable data”
- China’s hi-tech war on its Muslim minority – “Smartphones and the internet gave the Uighurs a sense of their own identity – but now the Chinese state is using technology to strip them of it”. An awful story.
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