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Kevin Marks

Kevin Marks

Truly impressive visualisation shows salt, smoke and sand in hurricanes https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/11/15/564465625/watch-the-hurricane-season-as-shown-by-...

Kevin Marks

This is a good list of issues for web developers https://paul.kinlan.me/challenges-for-web-developers/

Kevin Marks

“People don’t think their way to a moral decision”, he says. Given the opportunity to think, most people reason their way out of caring. In fact, acting selflessly requires detachment. http://booktwo.org/notebook/implicit-empathy/

Kevin Marks

The underlying argument is good here. Dave's #4 is wrong though (eg xmlrpc, as condemned in the original)
#5 is partly right. A json subset, or one that you parse the xml/html into can be a good thing, if you are consistent about it.

Kevin Marks

Kevin Marks

“I continue to find it disappointing that flawed papers make it into big-name journals while correct rebuttals of them languish on Medium.com” https://slatestarcodex.com/2018/01/21/links-1-18-helink-of-troy/

Kevin Marks

Kevin Marks

Kevin Marks

Social network sites are now like decaying malls, with each one insisting you do custom work for them to stop them distorting your writing. But you can subvert that. http://www.kevinmarks.com/partialsilos.html