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John Resig
webdevelopment 184,198 followers
If you struggle with flight anxiety triggers I recommend Tweetbot as you can easily mute keywords. pic.twitter.com/7h5VjcR9EM
Airbnb is very... pessimistic... with their auto-complete recommendations. pic.twitter.com/N5y0HNKlNa
...and apparently they *loved* my opening joke. LOVED IT. #CSFairSF pic.twitter.com/z76lIphiXX
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The hilarious result when I forget to turn off my screen reader before clicking into the Chrome dev console. pic.twitter.com/PS8VKjtqT9
And a weirder one: firing a measles medicine cannon at a tiger/tanuki (And yes, that's exactly what you think it is.) pic.twitter.com/92EpIHEO9G
I've got a cold, once again, so here's a Japanese print depicting the defeat of measles. (Yoshifuji, 1840) pic.twitter.com/tANrggDgBe
The original (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ pic.twitter.com/WtgvOnqQv3
I'll close with a poem from the book. /7 pic.twitter.com/d7A2Liapkx
This book is in the best museum collections and getting to handle one is an exceptional opportunity. /6 pic.twitter.com/CjD8gauTWU
Many of the intricate details and embossing can only be seen upon close inspection with good lighting. /5 pic.twitter.com/eNP3Z0fSiq
The patterns on the shells are embossed and decorated with mother-of-pearl. The lines are a masterwork of carving. /4 pic.twitter.com/jUYyZCH7A6
The book shows shells as they were discovered on a beach by a group of poets in Edo Japan, paired with poems. /3 pic.twitter.com/l0djB1k7tc
Illustrated by Utamaro in 1789 it's an anthology of poetry. It also employs every printing trick in the book. /2 pic.twitter.com/m5kIrlpGJJ
I've annotated the visual print clusters to help understand a bit of what we're seeing. i.imgur.com/LbUiUtU.jpg pic.twitter.com/7aVOqbK4yb
Incredible, experimental, visual similarity clustering of artworks by @quasimondo: flickr.com/photos/quasimo… pic.twitter.com/G8eTPdHoh9
Hi friends, I'm taking my knitting machine to @EmpireJS I'll talk about moving needles with JavaScript. pic.twitter.com/ElZSZfUCep
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The very slim upside of being phone-less waiting for jury duty selection is that I’m going to get some reading in! pic.twitter.com/fuse1eGgUh
I love maps like this. Anything more recent? What's the current best scientific knowledge? newscientist.com/article/dn1705… pic.twitter.com/KU3EtwtUso
Pretty much the same as the end of The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly. abc15.com/live pic.twitter.com/jT68C1BJ3J
It’s critical to get your taunts right when playing your brother in Agricola. Esp. after stealing all the animals. pic.twitter.com/nrFGSlmjHs
The Dutch at the height of their power. Flags were stolen from those they conquered. Metal. rijksmuseum.nl/en/collection/… pic.twitter.com/VUr5FhvdOS
To me Katy Perry's dress is clearly inspired by Fudō-myōō from Japanese esoteric Buddhism. ukiyo-e.org/image/mfa/sc16… pic.twitter.com/UO3m2yvKn3
Kozaki Kan (late 20th ct): Moonlight ukiyo-e.org/image/artelino… #SuperbOwl 6/6 That's it! Have a good night everyone! pic.twitter.com/dAW813GRzs