Notes for week 22 of 2021
Hopefully last slow week. I’ve been also hit by a heatwave and readjusting my temperature expectation. Time has come to move towards making ice teas.
Programming-wise, it was chores week continuing the translation cleanup. I hope to get to new stuff next week.
- I’ve walked 41 km. I’ve been active for 9.3 hours during 7 activities. This week’s max speed was 9.4 km/h.
- I spent quite some time looking for good HTML5 calendars only to discover that input type=“date” is reasonably supported as well as well-looking
- I continue to listen to Lyfjaberg in a loop
Recommended Readings From This Week
- U.S. Military Personnel Spilled Nuclear Secrets in Online Flashcards: OpSec is hard, but one would think that it’s taken seriously when handling, like, nuclear warheads.
- The Mass Email Mistake: I have the same experience
- Cloudflare on the Edge: Stratechery on computing on the edge. I strongly resonate with the political conclusions at the end: I am of an opinion that we’ve enjoyed a nice ride of the open internet, but we are heading towards a future of federated national intranets with limited interoperability.
- Dear EU: Please Don’t Ruin the Root: EU thinking about crossing the Rubicon of extraterrestrial regulations
- Passport: I really like how Ben is thinking! You can still do magic if you treat the Internet as public park
- A rogue killer drone ‘hunted down’ a human target without being instructed to, UN report says: First Skynet kill. Somebody start a counter
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