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Tag Archives: introversion

“I’m just listening and conserving energy”

by !undefined

On Conferencing While Introverted:

Introverts often listen more than they talk in conversations, and the less energy they have, the more quiet they’re likely to get.

Talks specifically about how conferences (though enjoyable) can really wring out an introvert. True stories that translate right back to the rest of our daily lives. (Where “our” is the rest of us introverts.)

Linkdump for December 16th

by Rob Friesel

AngularJS – Perceived Performance Github user @mendhak has this proposed directive for measuring load time performance of different components in a single-page app. Tl;dr: "loading" a portion of the page may be deferred for one reason or another, but once it is in fact "finished" (based on some user-defined version of "finished") it requests an […]

Linkdump for May 23rd

by Rob Friesel

Designing CSS Layouts With Flexbox Is As Easy As Pie David Storey, on the Smashing Coding blog, and taken from Redesign The Web (The Smashing Book #3). (tagged: CSS flexbox ) Vermont Food System Atlas (tagged: food Vermont ) Interesting. Terribly interesting… (tagged: git ) CSS content and attr Awesome tip and somewhat […]

Linkdump for October 6th

by Rob Friesel

The Value of Subverting Authority Sherman Alexie: These religious fundamentalists are unaware that freedom of religion necessarily brings with it the freedom to mock religion. (tagged: religion Sherman Alexie ) President Obama Is an Introvert and So Am I: But that doesn’t mean we don’t like you. Scott Dodd, writing for Slate Magazine ("Obama’s Denver […]

Agile for the Introvert

by Rob Friesel

A couple weeks ago, I finished reading Shore and Warden’s The Art of Agile Development as part of a (half-hearted? abandoned?) book club/reading group. Our goal was to get familiar with Agile’s core tenets and terms,1 to become adept at speaking about it, and to allow that knowledge to guide us as Agile practitioners and […]

Linkdump for June 18th

by Rob Friesel

Client v. Server Templating Shootout At Ryan Florence Online. He's asserting that client-side templates are always faster. This was not what I saw. I saw client-side as faster on my phone, but server-side as faster on my laptop. (tagged: performance ) Caring for Your Introvert Jonathan Rauch, writing for The Atlantic: Our motto: "I'm okay, […]