Obligatory. (at Checkpoint Charlie)
wastholm.tumblr.com/post/97297676142/at-berlin-wall-ss-headquarters, posted 12 Sep by peter
wastholm.tumblr.com/post/97297573202/doner-at-metro-doner, posted 12 Sep by peter
wastholm.tumblr.com/post/97297571422/at-memorial-to-the-murdered-jews-of-europe, posted 12 Sep by peter
wastholm.tumblr.com/post/97208664877/home-sweet-home-my-room-at-the-bnb-im-staying, posted 11 Sep by peter
We tend to see the web as a reactive model, where every action causes a reaction. Users click, then we take them to a new page. They click again, and we open another page. But we can do better. We can be proactive with prebrowsing.
best-sci-fi-books.com/29-best-alien-invasion-science-fiction-books/, posted 8 Sep by peter in list literature scifi toread
Alien invasions usually involve extraterrestrials arriving at Earth to destroy, enslave, or eat humans. It’s always humans, too—I’ve never read a story where the aliens were bent on destroying all squirrels.
twitter.com/wastholm/status/508643014571745280, posted 7 Sep by peter
@issyl0 Thanks! I've been meaning to create an API. That would probably have made your project easier but it's just an idea for now.
twitter.com/wastholm/status/508642521619365888, posted 7 Sep by peter
An informed guide to misconceptions of Agile.
I recently came across a rather misinformed document called the Anti-Agile Manifesto. Normally, I just ignore this sort of thing, but in this case, people I know who are in the exploratory phase of agile adoption were treating the document seriously. Because the thinking in this document, which is not uncommon, undermines the success of fledgling agile shops, it seemed worth discussing it.