Oxford towpath flooded between Iffley lock & the ring road bridge & further downstream as far as I could see. I got through on bicycle with wet feet but I won’t be risking it again til the water goes down.
The annotated Sandman: an unofficial collection of notes (preserved on the Internet Archives’ Wayback Machine) on the Vertigo Sandman comics (1989–1996). Gaiman’s link says ‘They are terrific. Between them and
[Leslie S. Klinger]’s annotations, all knowledge is there’ (referring to DC’s own Annotated Sandman volumes).
(Via @neilhimself on Twitter)
Spicy Sections is a web component that takes sections and can display them as tabs or detail/summary depending on screen size.
It’s developed as part of explorations in Open UI, to get an idea of how a future ‘tabs’ element should be designed.
For the convenience of Wordle players, I’d like to propose a new autological word ‘aeiou’ (pronounced like ‘I, you’), meaning a five-letter word consisting only of vowels. For Wordle players who prefer inconvenience, I will mention that ‘crwth’ is a five-letter word with *no* vowels, meaning an old type of Welsh lyre. Finally, WordPlay is an alternative to Wordle for people put off by the NY Times’ editorial policies with respect to trans people.
Are you like me, still confused by what Passkeys are and how they are to be used but nevertheless eager for a future without memorizing randomized passwords all the time? Perhaps this article will help. Passkeys: What the Heck and Why? (Neal Fennimore on CSS Tricks)
The Eval Game: Can you write a Python expression that satisfies all of an increasingly bizarre set of rules depending on increasingly esoteric Python language features?
YES, NO, DON’T KNOW is a ouija board by Paul Elliman modelled on a lettering stencil inspired by artist and educator Josef Albers.
The Seasonal Trimmings round-up episode of BBC’s The Unbelievable Truth radio programme includes Richard Osman and Holly Walsh teasing David Mitchell about nuts. (Recording available for around five weeks from now.)