#27 — on Writing and Web Design
10 things worth sharing
You may wonder where I have been in these 2 weeks. I hosted 3 classes on Web Design and ReactJS. I picked up the Ulysses app again as my writing app. I followed a new approach to write. I write in pen & paper. Then I take a photo of my text into my Vesper-clone note taking app. After digitalizing the text, I move the content into Ulysses.
I documented my writing habit. But I yet to write a post about how I write using Ulysses. I used to use Day One, iA Writer, Textastic, Scrivener. Let me write a post about using the Ulysses later.
So, here are the 10 things worth sharing this week:
- The target=”_blank” vulnerability by example: “If you use the target=”_blank” attribute on a link, and do not accompany it with a rel=”noopener” attribute, you are leaving your users open to a very simple phishing attack.”
- The web is slow.
- Some cool and creative ideas on web design.
- Every time people say the ________ is boring without new design and innovation, I remember the important of incremental design. (Fill in the blank with any product, iPhone, macOS etc)
- Speaking of product update, keep reminding the team how bad features are born.
- The Oh shxt, git website is the go-to website when you have the “Oh shxt!” moment while using git.
- I found LightPaper, an markdown editor, that may be good for long-form writing with multiple folders and files. (But I’ll stick to Ulysses for a while.)
- My friend asked me last week on my favorite Podcast player. It is Overcast. The smart speed is the killing feature that saves me lots of time.
- Is the DOM for anything? I agree that we can express every interface with some kinds of tree hierarchy. And DOM is a well-known way to express such information structure.
- Finally, I am now documenting my every day’ activity in my own micro-blog.
Until next week,