New @firstname.lastname@example.org documentary #SquareOneMJ by @email@example.com available to watch for free on YouTube in 30 minutes. Be there or be square! ;-) https://twitter.com/TheMJAP/status/1180532671354671107
ASPIRE is a nice acronym for a set of web practices to uh, aim for what's the word I'm looking for here oh yes right.
Do the math. If you bought it for $4.99, they got 70% of that: $3.49. If you use it for 4 years, that’s 87 cents a year in revenue.
The Dark Sky API costs $0.0001 per call. If data refreshes once an hour, it’s about 88 cents per year, per weather location.
See the problem? https://twitter.com/SebastianSanne/status/1180090836568039424
1. First language: QBasic -> config.sys/autoexec.bat hacking -> Profan ²
2. Had difficulties: All of them :-)
4. Totally hate: nothing
6. For beginners: Shortcuts on iOS
1. First language: HTML
2. Had difficulties: PHP
3. Most used: CSS
6. For beginners: Python (everyone says this, and it's tru…
There's more about this: @firstname.lastname@example.org is looking for a #blind and a #deaf co-host for this workshop as he's all about working *with* people with disabilities. Would anyone be willing to take this role at the side of him?
Please retweet and get in touch with us or Vasilis. Thx!
I was harping on about this at a conference a few weeks ago. Cheap access isn’t provided out of the generosity of a kind corporation’s heart. It’s usually subsidised by exploitative business models. https://twitter.com/LauraKalbag/status/1180134569300955136
Ja, mehr Spuren, mehr Straßen, dass ist genau das was wir hier brauchen: https://www.waz.de/region/rhein-und-ruhr/in-den-naechsten-zehn-jahren-wird-das-ruhrgebiet-sechsspurig-id227261089.html
And if you like to teach and promote accessibility across W3C’s standards, you can join @email@example.com’s Education and Outreach group where we write tools and documentation to help making the web a more accessible place.
Contrary to popular belief, there are *so many ways* one could contribute to web standar@firstname.lastname@example.org do not require years of standardization experience! 💯
When I’m President Of Video Games, all games will have an “adults with busy lives” feature.
“Hi, I see you haven’t played this game in a month. Here’s a reminder of the last things you did and where you need to go next. Press X for a quick tutorial of the controls you forgot.”
Do you think you know what an “Authoring Tool” is?
@email@example.com Periodic reminder that many people’s first name is their family name, and their last name is their given name. Avoid “first name” & “last name” as labels; use “given name” & “family name” instead. Keep in mind that not all people have family names. #i18n https://www.w3.org/International/questions/qa-personal-names
This reminded me I have a "fun" 🙄 name-related story. You see, my full name has a hyphen in it. Some online forms won't accept the hyphen, some strip it off...
If it's not accepted, I just replace it with a space. However, it was accepted when I booked my flight to Stockholm... https://twitter.com/yatil/status/1179691955804082176
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