Stories We’ve Seen Too Often, a list of story themes published years back by Strange Horizons. ‘This is a snapshot list of types of stories that the editor team […] was seeing too often at one point in time; it's not intended to be a complete list of all types of bad stories, nor are all the items on the list necessarily bad.’ Makes for interesting reading nevertheless.
Doing favicons in Django
(Via @simonw on Twitter)
Profile of Kim Stanley Robinson, interviewed on science fiction’s response to climate change on a hike around the Sierra
(Via @steve_lieber on Twitter)
Very tempted by this keycap set with the MT3 old-fashioned profile and oblique legends reminiscent of old-fashioned Macintosh keyboards.
PUPARIA, a ahort animated film by Shingo Tamagawa
An introduction to hexadecimal notation, as used by programmers and when describing Unicode character codes.
(Via @colinmford on Twitter)Noted by Damian Cugley .
Article about the real-life person who was the Jane Roe in the famous American supreme-court court case Roe v. Wade. There was a lot more to her story than I was aware.
Her Name Was Norma by Yasmin Nair
(Via @pastachips on Twitter)
Portfolio Day is a quarterly hashtag on Twitter for artists to introduce themselves to potential clients. I wonder if could be extended to artists tooting to Mastodon & the Fediverse
Part 4 of a series on the relatively recent change to the voting system in New Zealand to MMP (multiple-member proportional), covering the status of MMP today and how it might change in future.