The Urban Dictionary Of Design Slang: At Fast Co.Design.
Kind of funny; kind of pathetic?
Homebrew #3 was with my friend Adam (“The Misled Brewing Co-op”) and we brewed up Oh Darwin, an Australian Sparkling Ale:1 On Untappd. [↩]
The second homebrew was also my first solo homebrew. For Xmas, A. requested that I brew her a stout. After searching around a bit, we settled on this sweet stout kit from NorthernBrewer.com. That sweet stout became Dark Heart of Love:
The alternate ending to ALIEN.
Prints available here: http://society6.com/lauriegreasley/jones-z39_print#1=45
“In his introduction to the collection [“Beyond Armageddon”], Miller noted that the stories shared a nostalgia for things that have been lost. “Post-Megawar stories are about an afterlife,” Miller wrote. “Survivors don’t really live in such a world; they haunt it.””
– Jon Michaud, A Science-Fiction Classic Still Smolders (The New Yorker)
So I got word this morning that my book (you know the one), PhantomJS Cookbook, is part of the ebook promotion that’s going on at the Packt website through January. Anyway, I promise this is the last time in 2014 that I’ll blather on about that book here on this blog. Anyway, check out their […]
Remy Sharp’s write-up of several patterns that have emerged from his usage of promises. By itself I feel like this one winds up reading a lot like a few other Promise-related posts that I’ve seen (and/or like an inverse of this anti-patterns post) — but his discussion around throw vs. reject is worth the price of admission.
Thoughtful piece by Cody Lindley over on the Telerik Developer Network. Even if you don’t agree with all of his points, he definitely sketches out a good framework for how to approach the problem of getting your application off the ground.
A couple of additional points here:
Again: look past any knee-jerk disagreements you might have (e.g., API first development; e.g., no RWD for “web apps”) and draw out the larger questions.