RT @gerrymcgovern: “It’s important to highlight just how much a megabyte is, how much potential it has. The fact that webpages are three megabytes is huge because most webpages are not doing that much. For typical webpage, there’s no good reason why it shouldn’t be under a megabyte.” @eatwholegrain
— Chris Taylor (@mrwiblog) June 11, 2021 at 11:53AM
RT @casparhubinger: Yesterday at #WCEU, I had a brief conversation on contributing to open source as a company. I referred to #sustainability as an approach to doing business which embeds but also goes beyond the environmental aspects of the term.
Let me try and connect a few dots… ?
— Chris Taylor (@mrwiblog) June 11, 2021 at 02:43AM
Shout out to the e-commerce system which currently does not work due to thousands of these errors. #ProgressiveEnhancement https://t.co/FDxNNaRUAT
— Chris Taylor (@mrwiblog) June 07, 2021 at 04:02PM
Someone clever once said something like “If you build some software, think about how it could be used maliciously. Because it will.”
Make that malicious stuff hard to do, and easy to reverse. https://t.co/Pgp34tTxQc
— Chris Taylor (@mrwiblog) June 01, 2021 at 10:14PM
RT @WebDevLaw: If you hated cookie popups, you’re going to love how the UK is mandating age verification onto any site or service which could conceivably be accessed by any fragile British flower under the age of 18. https://t.co/csJ1DlAYpo
— Chris Taylor (@mrwiblog) May 27, 2021 at 04:41PM