Build a UI like you'd build a plane. Make sure it's robust before you worry about the seat cover design.
— @email@example.com (@heydonworks) February 12, 2019
How many (and which) elements have been part of every single version of HTML?
Only 15: a, address, dd, dl, dt, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, li, p, title, ul.
All elements of HTML, over time, with additional information: https://t.co/TOCzJdwFiN.
— Jens Oliver Meiert (@j9t) February 9, 2019
YouTube announced they will stop recommending some conspiracy theories such as flat earth.
I worked on the AI that promoted them by the *billions*.
Here is why it’s a historic victory. Thread. 1/https://t.co/wJ1jbUcvJE
— Guillaume Chaslot (@gchaslot) February 9, 2019
Tweets like this remind me why I set up https://t.co/4Vxk0bFHwM. Days before the loss of the sector's regulatory framework and the freedom of movement, the Minister for Digital's only interest in the sector is jingoistic hashtag slogans. https://t.co/ZPyVmUYNfK
— Heather Burns (@WebDevLaw) February 10, 2019
I take souls on this one.
In a conversation about how difficult it would be to build a combined subscription system between physical newspapers, Android Apps, and publisher websites, I suggested that the planned design could be drastically simplified. https://t.co/9IsUEAC0Ah
— Mekka Okereke (@mekkaokereke) February 8, 2019