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Amazing graphs of the most popular search terms in Google's 20 years 📈 Classic story: Guy gets scammed. Guy writes program to flood call centre with fake calls. Hilarity ensues.
🔍 20 YEARS OF GOOGLE SEARCH, MODERN PHOBIAS, 3 MINDED TETRIS PLAYERS
This week in Bizarro Devs:
20 years of Google search in glorious graphs.
Is red the preferred nomenclature?
Make generative art. Now.
Delicious furniture packaging.
Finally balancing the Mind-Mind-Mind connection.
🕸️ The Cool Side of the Web
The fact that pizza is at #3 in the food category makes it clear that Google is not tracking my search history.
A bittersweet victory.
Classic story: Guy gets scammed. Guy writes program to flood call centre with fake calls. Hilarity ensues.
It reminded me of the Reply All episode about the scam call center. Podcast gold.
All the ingredients are here:
Clever 'Alien' reference.
You got a real purty site.
The classic book of color samples has been digitized into a classic site of color samples.
⚒️ Tools and Resources
A great tool for protecting your finger-tips and keyboard from overuse.
An awesome introduction to generative art with great examples like Impressionists Blobs.
If you fancy getting your JS palette and making some of these bad boys, then this article has you covered.
Get on board now Basecamp's new open-source editor. It's also going to be part of the Action Text framework in Rails 6: 2019. I know a few people who are very excited about it.
🥇 World of WordPress
A fresh batch of tech comics about product management, screenshots, and another card for the tarot deck.
Proof that Matt Mullenweg is not a plesiosaur from the Cretaceous period.
I'd estimate that 99%, conservative, of WordPress myths really grind my gears, so these posts always make for a terrific Tuesday.
🧠 Tech Minded
There is no dualistic materiality; it's either food or IKEA packaging. Not both.
Imagine playing Tetris with two other people.
Inside your head.
Telling you what to do.
So, in three minds about how this should go.
Be strong in body, clean in mind, following on Twitter.
That's from James Naismith.
I think it was Descartes who said: "It is not enough to have a good newsletter; the main thing is to forward it often." He was very clever.
Just remember, you can do anything you set your mind to, but it takes action, perseverance, and signing up here.
A little motivation from Special Agent Dana Scully.
Stay outta trouble,