I’m working on a new browser for web developers and designers, called Polypane. It’s cross-platform (Windows, macOS and Linux) and really really cool.
This article was originally published on The Human In The Machine.
I am not a big ‘productivity’ person. I mostly get by jotting down notes and keeping lists (for whatever I’m doing at the moment, or more general things-to-do-in-the-near-future lists.) It’s manageable enough to not have to adopt a Formal Productivity System. I’m pretty happy about that.
This article was originally published on Botpublication.com.
Many of the “smart” chatbots with Natural Language Processing and Artificial Intelligence still have a hard time keeping a conversation going. They keep forgetting whatever it was you were talking about even if you can see it plainly in the message right above!
After you have made your awesome new Messenger bot, it’s time to demo it. If you made a bot for a professional client you don’t really want to give a demo with the always-present Messenger sidebar with your other personal chats visible for everyone.
Back in 2014, nearly three years ago, I wrote about being tired of always writing
a:hover, a:focus and wanting an
a:hocus to do both for me. It got a lot of proposed solutions, including a Sass and a future-css one using CSS Aliases. In 2016, a year ago, I revisited the idea with CSS Custom Selectors and CSSNext. For this year, I’m rounding up the trilogy with a PostCSS plugin of my own.