How ads follow you around the internet

A video-version of How tracking pixels work by Vox: In this video, we explain how cookies work and what you should know about how they’re being used. And we get a little help from the man who invented them. Spot on “Finding Dory” analogy. One thing where they do go off a bit is that […]

Bach’s G major prelude, deconstructed

Another great entry in the Vox Earworm series: Bach’s six cello suites are considered a rite of passage for cellists. They’re masterpieces of classical music, and the prelude in G major — the first movement of the suites — is perhaps the best example of Bach’s power as a composer. In it, he’s able to […]

Building mobile-first web animations in React

Talk by Alex Holachek, as brought forward at React Conf 2019: As the technology to create Progressive Web Apps continues to mature, React developers have the opportunity to write web apps that in some cases can rival native ones in terms of speed and convenience. However, one barrier to feature parity is the difficulty of […]

How to avoid large function signatures by using pending objects

Freek is developing Mailcoach to send out e-mail campaigns. Along with the development of the package he’s recording a video series on how he has created it. In this video he talks about using “pending objects” to make the API more readable. In this video I demonstrate how to you can create a fluent API […]

SKYWATCH: A Sci-Fi Short

When two outcast teens hack into a ubiquitous drone delivery system to pull a prank on their neighbor, they accidentally crash-land a dangerous prototype – and find themselves entangled in a life-and-death conspiracy. Good story, good acting, great VFX quality, … and totally plausible too! There’s also an accompanying movie available, explaining how they got […]