Reading: Re-thinking reading on the Web — Truth Labs View story at Medium.com
It’s Chinese New Year. I’m taking rest with my family. Meanwhile, I’m finishing the “Why I write in HTML and not Markdown” and the 2nd issue of “10 Things Worth Sharing” for next Friday’s delivery.
Reading Justin’s /now movement call, which was original by Sivers. Going to make a /now page for makzan.net.
#to-watch TED: A delightful way to teach kids about computers, by Linda Liukas
Reading the timestripe.com. Brilliant idea to remind us not to waste any time.
I’m working on the log.md. Improving the header, footer by using Flexbox and touch overflow scrolling. It feels more like an app now.
Writing an essay on why I write in HTML and don’t write markdown now.
This is how I collect my “10 Things Worth Sharing” links for sharing each Friday. #10tws
Writing the 2nd issue of “10 Things Worth Sharing”. It will be delivered next Friday.
Finished another canvas drawing lesson.
Clip down for reference. “asynchronous most of the time, context all the time”. Our secret to working sustainably at Basecamp: Real-time sometimes,asynchronous most of the time, context all the time. — Jason Fried (@jasonfried) February 5, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
My first post of “10 Things Worth Sharing” delivered. Exclusively for my email list readers.
Reading “Ugly sketches are better”. Beautiful sketches have no place in the design process.
Writing the 50% Off exclusive code for my #html5-game development video course.
Fixing a position bug in Log.md. Things doesn’t render correctly when position is fixed.
Learning the Element.getBoundingClientRect() method, for getting mouse position within canvas. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Element/getBoundingClientRect
And I can post #tag here. So it will be my public steam that I #tag different projects, showing the progress of my projects.
I’m building this live stream so that I can post what I’m working on. And thus the behind-the-scene of my projects.
Hi there, this is the live stream of Makzan. It shows what I’m reading / listening / hacking / coding.