Saved Links — Pinboard

I've been using Pinboard (and del.icio.us before that) on and off to save my links ever since 2005. Here are the latest links I saved. You'll find all the others on Pinboard.

  • Code is therapy.

    Tagged with: code / life / programming
  • Taking a character-by-character look at the source code of the BioNTech/Pfizer SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine.

    Tagged with: vaccine / dna / rna / covid-19
  • Be quiet, or they will hear you

    Tagged with: fun / scifi
  • An online workshop hosting company.

    Tagged with: workshop / teaching / classroom
  • Deliver your next deck faster. Browse professionally designed, fully customizable templates. Best of all? They’re free.

    Tagged with: template / slidedeck / presentation
  • There’s a huge storm blowing in across the South West today and snuggled up in my Exmoor garret I am thinking about the days I have spent climbing down to inaccessible and beautiful Cornish beaches. — Hesp Food & Travel

    Tagged with: cornwall / beach
  • We all share and use the web, just as we all share and live on this planet. This manifesto is a public declaration of a shared commitment to create a sustainable internet.

    Tagged with: sustainability / environment
  • A personal evaluation of Kirby vs Satamic by Marcus Obst

    Tagged with: kirby / satamic / cms
  • Omatsuri, a little collection of free useful helpers.

    Tagged with: css / design / tools / svg
  • How to enable SuperDuper! to create a bootable backup of your startup drive in macOS 11 Big Sur.

    Tagged with: mac / backup
  • The free Apple Macintosh papercraft pattern

    Tagged with: mac / art
  • A new fast, secure and private search engine driven by Bing.

    Tagged with: privacy / security / search
  • Parcel streamlines your development workflow to help you rapidly code high-quality emails.

    Tagged with: html / email / mailing
  • Rapidly build modern websites without ever leaving your HTML. If you can suppress the urge to retch long enough to give it a chance, I really think you’ll wonder how you ever worked with CSS any other way.

    Tagged with: css
  • A simple scroll library used by developers at Locomotive. Built as a layer on top of ayamflow’s virtual-scroll, it provides smooth scrolling with support for parallax effects, toggling classes, and triggering event listeners when elements are in the viewport.

    Tagged with: scroll / javascript
  • Sit with this for a bit. Maybe walk away from it all and get a job herding goats. Goats are great.

    Tagged with: webdesign / environment / sustainability
  • An ebook with lots of tips and techniques on how to debug CSS the right way with easy and studied methods.

    Tagged with: book / css / webdev
  • The feature-length documentary AlphaGo is now available to stream for free on YouTube

    Tagged with: deepmind / AI / movie
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