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- What is still on the web after 10 years of archiving? - UK Web Archive blog
The short answer: not much. The UK Web Archive at The British Library outlines its process for determining just how bad the linkrot is after just one decade.
- Replacing Radio Buttons Without Replacing Radio Buttons
A great technique from Heydon for styling radio buttons however you want.
- The Elon Musk interview on Mars colonisation - Ross Andersen - Aeon
Elon Musk talks engineering, the Fermi paradox, and getting your ass to Mars.
- Ariel Waldman Talks About Science Hack Day: Triangulation 120 - YouTube
This is a great summation of the origins of Science Hack Day from Ariel.
- The boring front-end developer - Adam Silver, Front end developer, based in London
My name is Jeremy and I am a boring front-end developer.
- Why I Joined the IndieWeb Movement - Wingin' It
I hope that many of you will watch me on this journey, and follow in my wagon tracks as I leave the walled cities and strike out for the wilderness ahead.
- Startups and Shit, HTML-first
The Android vs. iOS debate is one hinges around whether you think it makes more sense to target a (perceived) larger market, or target one that the technorati favor. But why choose? Building a good responsive web app has a series of benefits, the primary one being that you target users on every pla
- Science Hack Day San Francisco 2014 Teams - an album on Flickr
What a fantastic collection of creators!
- Jerry Seinfeld's Clio Acceptance Speech - YouTube
I feel that this is relevant to [that discussion I had with Malarkey on his podcast]( https://huffduffer.com/adactio/165967) about advertising.
- How did Twitter become the hate speech wing of the free speech party?
A look back at how Twitter evolved over time, with examples of seemingly-trivial changes altering the nature of the discourse. He finishes with a timely warning for those of us building alternatives: > In the [indieweb](http://indiewebcamp.com/) world we are just starting to connect sites together with [webmentions](http://indiewebcamp.com/webmention), and we need to consider this history as we do.
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