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it's snuck up on me in the last couple of months @otfrom - i've gotten almost zero code written, apart from a couple of hotfixes, and spent most of my time on customer stuff and burning ops issues
some of those ops issues have been magnesium-flare level burning @lady3janepl 😬
The people that wrote the crypton.trading site are https://www.cssdesignawards.com/sites/crypton-trading/32657/, but no info on how its done specifically
Yes, CSS transformations are very powerful these days. You can also do lots of great stuff with Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG).
I used to work at an agency with some really good interactive/animation folk and front enders, had been through the whole director/flash thing etc… My understanding was that adobe shaped current CSS/animation standards such that they suited their animation tooling… and effectively required it for anything complex.
I have no idea how it all works… I know they have various export processes such that if you prep assets in a certain way you can add hooks in to trigger animations etc… It wouldn’t surprise me if there were tools that did the common stuff like this directly for you…. but I suspect that library lets animators effectively throw assets over the wall for devs to hook into scroll events etc…
Our designer knows about a lot of this stuff… he’s been through the adobe director mill etc… though he tends to avoid doing it if he can; simply because of the time and money cost.
I’d be very interested in your comments on this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjbcayvTcKQ TL;DR: It outlines a systemic approach to property based (integration) testing.
My comment is that I would like a transcript rather than having to watch a 45 minute video
YouTube sometimes has transcripts FWIW (click on the “More actions” ellipsis icon and chose “Open transcript”). It has in this case too (FSVO transcript).
generates a better than humans at a put 5:03 generation right this is not minus 5:06 infinity minus 1 0 null plus Q a kind of 5:10 inputs but the entire range the the
it’s the ability to reread and search-jump (or quick read-scan) to a specific place that makes transcripts more valuable to me
I tend to watch them at 1.25 or 1.5 speed depending on the speaker, that said having a transcript is very useful as well of course
Protip if you ever work at the BBC: read the transcript of the mandatory training videos to get them finished quickly #lifehacks
it forces linear consumption and forbids skimming and other non-linear consumption strategies
i watch most videos/films/tv-series at 1.75x. it’s about as much as I can manage without it getting uncomfortable
oh, so much for reading the rest of the convo .. ppl have already talked about this … i will go hide in my cave now
Delivering information, maybe. Learning, rubbish (because non-linear consumption strategies are how you refresh, and therefore improve your recall.)
I think most of my tech video consumption is about removing the barrier of 'this thing is weird and I don't get it' so I can then find some docs and, well, go and get it
I used the read the TV reviews in the paper years ago... it would 5 minutes max and I could talk about all the interesting programs that were on the evening before.
It's a very useful tool for teaching entirely practical tasks, like how to change the inner tube in a bicycle tyre.
good point for when the task has a difficult-to-describe 3d manipulation component - much less so for when it's how to setup your EKS cluster
you don’t have to look up marie kondo specifically, but look up the japanese method to fold a t shirt
okay, but you can fold a shirt, or you can roll it up 🤯 and it's just as neat & way quicker
i haven't tried it yet, because i've only just thought of it, but it occurs to me that rolling and storing end-down might be even better in a high-density drawer
I’m struggling with the marie kondo attitude to books, I’ve got thirty books on data….. and the rest, well there’s loads of them. They’re not going anywhere.
First episode of Discovery season two is available on Netflix. To watch one episode a week as they come out or to binge watch them in one sitting later? :thinking_face:
Plus, after moving several times already with ~30 bags worth of books, you know what - she’s got a point.
(Personal research library. I’m in the process of donating stuff either to the relevant uni library or to people who are still working on the subject.)
As I look on my kindle use however (that’s where fiction is), I have a ton of things I read once and a number of books that I reread regularly
And for practical stuff there’s this attitude of, don’t read it if you’re not going to use it instantly, otherwise you get into lifehacking/cooking/whatever “porn”.
So... I’m not saying live only with 20 books, but large personal libraries could be often thinned significantly without perceivable impact.