Le protocole #FTP a 50 ans https://www.filestash.app/2021/04/16/ftp-is-50-years-old/
— bearstech (@bearstech)
Compte de vague veille liée aux questionnements qui animent cet espace de recherche.
Suivez @rdclwebdesign sur Twitter.
RH : en effet, il est difficile pour des développeurs ou des designers de travailler avec des équipements plus de 4 ans.
🙃— Radical Web Design (@rdclwebdesign) April 16, 2021
At least, one could have hope for a certain respect of this heritage –the site having left more of a mark on the history of web design than the film did on the history of cinema…
What’s wrong with the new https://www.spacejam.com/ is not much the page’s overweight and its poor performance than its desperating lack of interest. Where the old one was innovative and inspired many of its generation, the new is simply bland and empty. https://twitter.com/css/status/1379538851589468172
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💗❤️ I love boring websites. ❤️💗
— Frank Chimero (@frank_chimero)
— Scott Jehl (@scottjehl)
Reading Pierre-Damien Huyghe, « Travailler pour nous – À quoi tient le design » (Working for us – what design is all about).
The “Design” could be a rectification of the industrial society.
“Design” is more a hotbed of tensions than a a perfectly disciplined field of thought and practice.
Into the Personal-Website-Verse, by @m_ott. Why it is necessary to rebuild our personal homepages, and relearn to inhabit them. https://matthiasott.com/articles/into-the-personal-website-verse
Wow. What a great talk. I learned a lot. Thank you so much. And since you’re proposing it, I won’t hesitate to ask you about a few questions (although I can start by reading your blog ;)
Reading an old blog post by @briankardell, author of Betterifying the Web: The future Web wants you. https://bkardell.com/blog/The-Future-Web-Wants-You.html