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My Telegram posts on 2020’s week 26

Week 25 ←→ Week 28

My Telegram channel

Live-commenting WWDC 2020 on Monday, June 22

The icons are jelly and that’s annoying:

Oh, there’s a portal in the fountain at Apple Park.

The Mac is moving to Apple-made processors for top performance. This is good news.

iOS & iPadOS apps run on the Mac without any changes needed. Catalyst was a short-term thing.

Instead of credits at the end there’s an assurance that Apple took care so nobody would get infected. Sign of the times:

Tuesday, June 23

These tiles have a nice look:

Wednesday, June 24

Wow:

Also, inconsistent use of articles.

Friday, June 26

The empty-space-to-the-right issue has been solved. My project illustrations now take up almost the entire screen width. Looks stunning:

My Telegram posts during 2020’s week 23

Week 22 ←→ Week 24

My Telegram channel

Thursday, June 4

Copyright isn’t meant to protect authors.

Elbow bumps were fantastic while they lasted.

Friday, June 5

I’m deeply saddened by the reality of affirmative action in the United States.

I will do everything possible to make sure that this never happens in the countries I live in.

I do not trust Elon Musk. And I didn’t even mention the overpriced Tesla stock tweets.

Beautiful:

Saturday, June 6

Just updated my website. Each project now has a stunning image:

The next step is filling the empty space to the right.

 No comments   2 mon   America   coronavirus   life   map   my Telegram channel   my website

Website code intact

The time has come for my website’s code to be cleaned up. Before I refreshed it today, it was a rusty old attic with no sense of order at all. The only reasonable place to have this kind of code is a Halloween website party.

Its incomprehensibility obstructed me from improving my website. While there are no major changes in the design, there is now a starting point for going forward.

What’s new
All colours are specified in RGB;
margins and paddings are in sync with each other as well as being noted correctly;
the amount of styles has been reduced;
code is now easier to read.

robertblinov.net

 No comments   2019   my website   release

The first website in the world with “prefers-color-scheme: dark”

As Apple begins the dark mode revolution, it wants it to be everywhere. I love dark mode, and I agree. A couple of days ago they released a new version of the Safari Developer Preview with support of the CSS feature “prefers-color-scheme: dark”. There is only one website in the world that supports it, and I happen to really like it.

It’s really simple to take advantage of:

@media (prefers-color-scheme: light) {
//code that is//
}

@media (prefers-color-scheme: dark) {
//code that changes//
}

Yep, it’s my website.

 No comments   2018   Apple   CSS   my projects   my website