Journal of the Week

5/2/2024 This is certainly the fastest way to transplant nursery plants:
Pottiputki? long handled bulb/plant planter transplanter.

5/1/2024 Printing music with CSS Grid. I love writing music, I love doing this on the computer. Perhaps this is worth learning.

The South China Sea territorial debate:
I do find the chart provided by wikipedia interesting and funny, based on the map below, I have some adjectives for these countries. China (daring), Malaysia (playing fairly), Vietnam (going underwater like Atlanteans), Philippines (sea people), Brunei (pathetically funny).

Reading about the Fiji Islands, I only have one question: Am I allowed to bring my own transportation (i.e. inflatable canoe, etc.)? Assuming a boat taxi is not cheap and comes with inconvenient scheduling.

4/29/2024 A Brief History of Web Development: From Facebook's GraphQL to Next.js, etc.

4/25/2024 Photomolecular Effect claimed for evaporating water using light without heat in MIT.

I think this TikTok Ban is getting out of hand. Forcing ByteDance to sell. You think the Americans would learn their lesson after embarrassing themselves in the world with that interrogation of TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew, a Singaporean. I can't even tell if this is an ego thing or they truly believe that TikTok is responsible for China's invasion of U.S. But it certainly rekindles my motivation to watch that TikTok Interrogation again.

Complete Version C-SPAN3
TikTok, Snap, Meta, X

Someone's investigation on colors and culture.

To learn about web game engines and libraries with 2D & 3D graphics in Javascript.

Someone's take on the rise and fall of the LAN Party. Something people in the 2000 would be familiar with.

Someone spending 3 hours supposedly giving tutorial on Modern React: RSCs, Next.js, Shadui, Drizzle, TS and more

These Dodo Men did a random invite of a Denmark guy named Anton to visit Taiwan and now they visited Anton's home with the mother:

4/24/2024 Some good read on Ideas in Computer Science. Starting with history of Binary Numbers in the 1500s.

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