COVID-19 made us used to terms like WFH, self quarantining and social distancing, but I didn’t expect stuff to normalize THAT quickly…
It seems like the web is slowly going full circle. The complexity of both backend and frontend stacks have exploded over time, but we’re seeing more and more movement on awareness of the disadvantages of that. Lately however it seems to be the new cool thing again, going static. There already has been a plethora […]
While some of us might feel comfortable with working from home, there might be others who don’t. There are plenty of resources available now on what tools, frameworks and other tips to help improve or maintain productivity, but between those it can feel very disruptive to suddenly find yourself at home alone without the structures […]
The Headington Shark is a most peculiar rooftop sculpture in Oxford. Wikipedia has a beautiful description of it: The sculpture was erected on the 41st anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Nagasaki. It was designed by sculptor John Buckley and constructed by Anton Castiau, a local carpenter and friend of Buckley. Heine […]
As our awareness for the need of sustainable energy sources increases, I assumed nuclear power would be one of the routes we could take to move away from fossil fuels. This take however puts that in a whole new light. Why nuclear power will never supply the world’s energy needs.
18 is not a large number
@anvanka build this with OpenStreetMap to let you print roads of any city