Posts Categorized: Twitter

RT @spdustin: I know a lot of media personalities, Twitter “influencers”, or whatever have shared their treatment of the Mueller Report today. I’m a big ol’ nerd, so here’s what I’m doing with all this delicious, delicious data. Yes, it’s a thread. Because I’m doing something different. 1/23

I know a lot of media personalities, Twitter "influencers", or whatever have shared their treatment of the Mueller Report today. I'm a big ol' nerd, so here's what I'm doing with all this delicious, delicious data.Yes, it's a thread. Because I'm doing something different.1/23— ?Dustin Miller? (@spdustin) April 19, 2019

RT @tkadlec: “For government, https://t.co/IYIpp2S2Gd is often the only place a user can get information. If the website were to perform badly, we become a single point of failure.” Great rundown of why performance is so important to https://t.co/IYIpp2S2Gd https://t.co/PKPr86jkR3

"For government, https://t.co/IYIpp2S2Gd is often the only place a user can get information. If the website were to perform badly, we become a single point of failure."Great rundown of why performance is so important to https://t.co/IYIpp2S2Gdhttps://t.co/PKPr86jkR3— Tim Kadlec (@tkadlec) April 19, 2019

RT @webaxe: #webdev #ARIA “If you can use a native HTML element or attribute with the semantics and behavior you require already built in, instead of re-purposing an element and adding an ARIA role, state or property to make it accessible, then do so.” https://t.co/6PCk3yxypP

#webdev #ARIA "If you can use a native HTML element or attribute with the semantics and behavior you require already built in, instead of re-purposing an element and adding an ARIA role, state or property to make it accessible, then do so." https://t.co/6PCk3yxypP— Web Axe (@webaxe) April 19, 2019

RT @WebDevLaw: For our @MozOpenLeaders Mozilla Global Sprint project, the open source CMS privacy teams will be working together to standardise data portability export and import file formats across our projects. Open standards, open formats, open web. Simples.

For our @MozOpenLeaders Mozilla Global Sprint project, the open source CMS privacy teams will be working together to standardise data portability export and import file formats across our projects. Open standards, open formats, open web. Simples.— Heather Burns (@WebDevLaw) April 18, 2019