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Rich Harris
Open sourceror. I make graphics at the
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Rich Harris 1h
Replying to @gabrieldance
u forgot the hashtag
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Rich Harris 5h
Replying to @tombyrer
That's extremely impressive
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Rich Harris 15h
i have the barest possible grasp of how this works, but it is cool as hell. similar input/output as photogrammetry, but (IIUC) much cheaper, and better at reconstructing reflectivity etc • (original) • (newer, more flexible)
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Rich Harris 21h
Replying to @gabrieldance
comment is free, gifs are sacred
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Adam Kuhn Aug 5
my take on this week's "Take On Me" challenge: more fun w/ webcam → canvas → img → SVG mask (throttled & paired w/ stepped CSS animations for that sketchy A-ha effect) w/ an audio option for maximum new wave immersion 🎹
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Aram Zucker-Scharff Aug 5
I argue in that the future of web advertising is contextually-based (even if we are not there yet in the US) and that future is inherently better for publishers than the present. Lots of interesting voices in this article by -
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Rich Harris Aug 4
Replying to @buildsghost
also if you make the (bold?) assumption that `typeof navigator === 'object'` iff the user is in a browser and other window.* properties are unmolested, you can check for a shorter property: typeof top<"u"&&/Mac|iP(od|hone|ad)/.test(navigator.platform)?"Meta":"Control"
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Rich Harris Aug 4
Replying to @buildsghost
you can shrink typeof checks a tiny bit by using a comparison operator typeof navigator<"u"&&/Mac|iP(od|hone|ad)/.test(navigator.platform)?"Meta":"Control"
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Raphaël Millière Jul 31
I asked GPT-3 to write a response to the philosophical essays written about it by , , , , , David Chalmers, Carlos Montemayor, and Justin Khoo published yesterday by . It's quite remarkable!
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Patrick Sisson Jul 30
Fun pandemic history fact for NY apartment dwellers frustrated by aggressive radiator heat in the winter. The era when steam heat in buildings was new/popular overlapped w/Spanish Flu pandemic, when authorities told everyone to leave their windows open for ventilation. So.... 1/4
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Aliza Aufrichtig Jul 30
What will classrooms look like if/when students return during coronavirus? Different: Distancing, masks, classroom lunch, pods, plexiglass, temperature checks, prescheduled bathroom trips. Latest with
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Rob Watts Jul 28
Sorry, I realise I’m 36 and this is really immature but honestly if you don’t find this funny I just don’t know what to say to you... 🤭
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Jake Archibald Jul 29
📝 Multiple versions of your site can be running at the same time. Are you prepared for that? I'm not sure I am.
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Rich Harris Jul 28
Replying to @MylesBorins @ohhoe
There's `sapper export` -
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Darren Dutton Jul 27
Just me that saw this on the news then?
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Rich Harris Jul 27
enjoyed being interviewed for this podcast — it's storytelling, rather than the usual 'people talking for an hour' thing. would like to see more of this in the JS/front end podcast world
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Rich Harris Jul 27
Thank you. Will the AMP project sponsor my time? (The NYT has already spent vast sums because there was no option but to support AMP, so it doesn't seem right to do it during work hours.)
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Rich Harris Jul 27
Replying to @cream_dus_ceo
several: • it's a lot more idiomatic — clearer what it is • no <script></script> boilerplate • you don't need to invoke the Svelte compiler unnecessarily • you're not generating code for an empty component
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Rich Harris Jul 27
Replying to @AmenZwa @lukeed05
in my defense only two of those are mine — sirv is a production :)
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