I like these little masterpieces by Marco Sodano. Pixel-art using LEGO, if you like 🙂
Self-Portrait, Vincent Van Gogh (1889)
Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci (c. 1503–1506)
Girl with a Pearl Earring, Johannes Vermeer (c. 1665)
More artworks in the links.
LEGO – MASTERS (Set 1) → LEGO – MASTERS (Set 2) →
Earlier this week SpaceX’s SN10 rocket took off, ascended to ±10km, and then after a free fall in the horizontal position turned vertical again to successfully land
(only to explode a few minutes later).
While you can
rewatch the whole thing online I’m more fascinated by this composite photo by Jack Beyer, visualizing the trajectory:
A landscape, painted with CSS:
Click the image to go to the CodePen. Do note it’s quite heavy on resources
(hence why I haven’t embedded it here).
👋 Psst, try changing the color of the sun 😉
When exactly is a script loaded and when is it executed? What about modules? This overview/cheatsheet sums it up nicely:
Funny because it’s true 😂
This XKCD comic is right up
The projection does a good job preserving both distance and azimuth, at the cost of really exaggerating how many South Americas there are.
Bad Map Projection: South America →
Push Notifications in the previous post, how about this Dark Pattern right here which I encountered recently:
Press Allow to verify that you’re not a robot
Pretty sure many users walk blindly into that trap!? 😞
Nice Doodle by
Good to see
hoisting is also explicitly mentioned by name.
💁♂️ I personally always start with
const. Only if I need to reassign a variable’s value
(for example: a counter in a loop) I use
let. I see no good reason to use