... about the "Morning Writing Effect".
... about the most important new features in ECMAScript 2020.
... how to replace a switch statement with objects in ECMAScript.
... that "Gopher" is still alive.
... how I can easily add my blogs to IndieWeb with the WordPress IndieWeb Collection.
... how you can use italics in tweets (Spoiler: Unicode).
... that Twitter, Flickr, OSM and others use a thing called WOEID "Yahoo Where On Earth IDentifier" but currently there seems to be no possibility to generate your own.
.. that it's ridicously easy to create a Twitter bot using the twit package.
... that nowadays you have to register with Twitter to be able to create an App with their API.
... that WordPress' Gutenberg editor is better than I thought after I got more familiar with it.
... about "keen", a new experimental tool by Google to find interesting things.
.. that there's a Unicode character called "Word Joiner" that has zero width and prevents word breaking (props @aelurotheist).
.. about "scroll-to-text-fragment" but I'm not sure if I actually need such a thing.
... that it's not called "IndexDB" but "IndexedDB" (with an "ed").
... that IndexDB is somewhat complicated to use.
... that I have to use the web-ext package to develop a Firefox addon.
... that Bruce Sterling has a tumblr blog.
... that it's may be time to move away from strava, maybe Cyclemeter. Props to @RaddiRadditski
... that perry is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented pears, similar to cider made from apples.
... about cloudflare.tv (blog post).
... how to undo a git commit locally and remotely.
... that there's a CSS-property called "text-decoration-thickness".
... about a simple method to hide console.log() in production code.
... that HTML5 has built-in form validation.
... that people start looking for alternatives as soon as something becomes too trendy.
... that even Will Smith is into lofi hiphop.
... that "Pedelec" is an acronym for Pedal Electric Cycle.
... that it's not easy to write a good introduction for a technical blog post.
... how to deploy this site with github and netlify. Today I learned...
...how to use 11ty for this site.