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Massive congratulations once again Ian. I look forward to reading it in its entirety.
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My previous avatar was almost 3 years old, and I was getting tired of it. I decided to replace my avatar on my website for my IndieWebCamp Austin hack day project. But if you know me, you know I can't do anything the easy way. For my hack day project I made the avatar on each post in my website chan...
I love what emojis can provide, especially in regards to differentiating between post kinds. However, your human emoji avatars takes it to a whole new level. Love it!
Liked Foldable displays are going to make the future pretty amazing by an author (Thought Shrapnel)
Of course, foldable displays won’t be limited to devices we carry in our pockets. We’re going to see them pretty much everywhere — round our wrists, as part of our clothes, and eventually as ‘wallpaper’ in our houses. Eventually there won’t be a surface on the planet that won’t also potentially be a screen.
Liked Artists against Article 13: when Big Tech and Big Content make a meal of creators, it doesn't matter who gets the bigger piece,Artists against Article 13: when Big Tech and Big Content make a meal of creators, it doesn't matter who gets the bigger piece by an author (Boing Boing,)
Artists against Article 13: when Big Tech and Big Content make a meal of creators, it doesn't matter who gets the bigger piece,Article 13 is the on-again/off-again controversial proposal to make virtually every online community, service, and platform legally liable for any infringing material posted by their users, even ve…
Listened Better baking through chemistry The food fight that changed the US constitution by Jeremy Cherfas
https://media.blubrry.com/eatthispodcast/p/mange-tout.s3.amazonaws.com/2019/baking-powder.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 27:09 — 21.9MB) Subscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS | More Linda Civitello is a food historian whose latest book is Baking Powder Wars: the cutthr...
Jeremy Cherfas continues his investigation into baking and bread with this investigation into baking powder. He speaks with food historian Linda Civitello about her latest book Baking Powder Wars: the cutthroat food fight that revolutionized cooking.
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I posted a couple of other things this week:

I keep on forgetting to check your YouTube videos. Wondering if you have a feed for all your bits? Podcasts, vlogs, blogs etc? I guess that is one of the reasons why to subscribe to your newsletter.