Nice! I think I might try using this on my site.
I want to see more local news coverage, but not like this. Podcasting was supposed to be the open medium, free of tracking. Programmatic insertion is expanding and is going to cause the same problems for podcasts that its causing for the web.
I don't ever worry about getting responses so don't feel bad about that.
And I definitely understand the Itch! As soon as I got my site set up, I decided to rewrite it using a different stack. 😆
I like that they're shorter, using one style means I don't have to think about the differences between the two, and arrow functions emphasizes that functions are just variables.
Also, your two examples aren't exactly equivalent. The arrow functions has an implicit return, so it returns whatever `stuff()` returns. The `function` based function has no return value.
👍 It reached me
Just a heads up, the picture on this post doesn't show up in the feed and there's no indication that there's a picture attached. I only saw it because I was clicking around admiring your site.
🎉 Congrats on getting it working! And I'm really liking the design of your site.
Or the reverse, when there are new episodes of a show I watch and Netflix doesn't recommend them to me.
I have these exact same thoughts when listening to these discussions. The discussions keep coming up and the pundits keeps saying the same thing. They don't try the alternatives with any earnestness. They expect to come to these new, smaller networks and have the immediate experience they had on the siloed networks.
They talk about the glory days of Twitter, when it was new and everyone was friendly and reveling in the new social experience and originating practices like at-mentions, hashtags, etc, but they're not willing to do that again.
I can see those categories on your post in #Monocle
I really enjoy Black Lightning. My favorite of the CW superhero shows.