It's the end of the Age of Reagan, but it's much more than that
It’s time for some new priorities. If you’ll remember, last year we shared Greenville City Council’s list of priorities for 2020 — if you missed that, check it out here. Now, City Council has announced their new priorities for the...
“To be truly countercultural in a time of tech hegemony, one has to, above all, betray the platform.”
How leveraging CSS variable composition and HSLA colors helped me build a more efficient way to theme my apps and rely less on CSS-in-JS.
Learning how to make long-form content, like blog posts, read well is a valuable and transferable design skill to learn. In this tutorial, we’re looking at how CSS gives us all the tools we need to achieve this, as a compliment to semantic HTML.
An interview with its creator, Leandro Ostera
The future of web app development is taking shape, and it’s changing the way we think about server-side app architecture. In this article, Matt E. Patterson shows why a new WebSockets-driven …
In many ways, improving the way we read is the number one skill that can change our lives for the better. This article explains how this is done.
If the electricity for a vertical farm is supplied by solar panels, the energy production takes up at least as much space as the vertical farm saves. Urban agriculture in vertical, indoor “farms” is on the rise. Electric lights allow the crops to be grown in layers above each other year-round. Proponents argue that growers can save a lot of agricultural land in this way. Additional advantages are that less energy is needed to transport food (most people live in a city) and that less water and pesticides are required. Which crops? The vertical farms that have been commercially active for several years all focus on the same crops. These are agricultural products with a high water content, such as...