@cambrian_era Yes, yes, a thousand times yes! I'm *still* annoyed that I bought a $300 piece of professional software two years ago, and the entirety of the documentation on it was, "here's a link to our Youtube page with video tutorials." I should not need to sit watching a 45 minute video to find out where the "change brush size" option is.
I found out today that there's metallic orange dye in FF14, and thus had to set up a new look.
starting a bondage session alright let's set up the rules
The key words "MUST", "MUST NOT", "REQUIRED", "SHALL", "SHALL
NOT", "SHOULD", "SHOULD NOT", "RECOMMENDED", "MAY", and
"OPTIONAL" in this document are to be interpreted as described in
sub: "h-how do you do that with your mouth. the capitalization. the citation. wh—"
you want that fake fascist freedom, with the feel of a necktie around your carefully-groomed neck and the taste of boot polish in your mouth, as you drive your SUV through the gates of your locked community, hoping to make it home before the HOA writes you a letter about your lawn? go for it
we'll be over here, with collars around our necks and the taste of our partners in our mouths, driving our beat-up station wagons through the city streets
having lived both lives, i am pretty sure this is the good one
YCH Commission for @Adri_Rin@twitter.com
This dumb joke has been rattling around my head since wooloo was announced
The more I work in web development, the more I conclude that the majority of web teams are just not skilled/disciplined enough to build an SPA when a static site will do.
Static sites do not have to worry about:
- memory leaks
- the back button / history
- scroll state
- focus state
- page lifecycle (tab freezing/unfreezing)
SPA frameworks should come with a "you must be this tall to ride" sign.