Hey, happy easter, hope your week has been good 🐣
Tweet of the Week
Enough content creators, now time for content destroyers. — @jackcorrbit on Twitter
- The Return of the 90s Web (mxb.dev)
Max Böck about techniques of the 90s web that are now coming back. Who wants to start a webring with me?
- Getting credit for invisible work at the Staff+ level (leaddev.com)
Ryan Harter about invisible work (planning, thrown-away prototypes, etc.).
- Futures Nostalgia (fasterthanli.me)
Amos dives deep into async Rust HTTP code using hyper, tower and a few Rust crimes.
- When To Use Generics (go.dev)
Ian Lance Taylor shares some tips on when to use Go generics and when to prefer interface types or reflection.
- What I learned from making a DNS client in Rust (blog.adamchalmers.com)
Adam Chalmers shares what libraries he used and what he learned implementing a DNS client in Rust.
- A list of new(ish) command line tools (jvns.ca)
Julia Evans has a lot of new CLI utilities to spice up your terminal.
- Unikernels 🏍️ (unzip.dev)
Agam More about the pros, cons and applications of unikernels.
Cutting Room Floor
- Find the Place You Love. Then Move There. (theatlantic.com)
Arthur C. Brooks about topophilia, the love for a place.
- Fast fashion: European Union reveals fast fashion crackdown (bbc.com)
Helen Briggs about a new EU strategy that requires clothing producers to create longer-lasting and easier-to-repair products.
- The Complete Argument Against Crypto (stephendiehl.com)
Stephen Diel about the technical and societal impacts of crypto.
Crypto is like an evil genie that only fulfills neoliberal grifters’ darkest wishes.
- Find More Ways to Be an Outsider (theatlantic.com)
Arthur C. Brooks about the advantages of being an outsider.
- An Ode to Apple's Hide My Email (empty.coffee)
Mike Lapidakis explains why he loves Hide My Email.
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