Weekly Web Harvest for 2022-03-20
- How to Decide What to Work On – Scott H Young
But both halves of the problem interact. We often fail to stick to our plans because we’re not confident in our chosen path. And we fail to find paths forward because we don’t try enough things to find our footing.
Decision and action are always combined. The challenge is taking the next step.
- Announcing Techdirt’s March Madness: Get Your Bracket For The Most Misunderstood Legal Concept | Techdirt
A few notes on how this initial bracket came together. Back in 2020 when I suggested this idea (jokingly, I swear), people sent in lots and lots of suggestions. Initially it was just supposed to be misunderstood laws, but that was too limiting to get to a 64-entry bracket (or at least an interesting one), so I expanded it to legal concepts. That does mean that there are some overlapping concepts (e.g. “free speech” and “1st Amendment”), but I don’t much care. We’ll see how it goes.
- Data Viz Project | Collection of data visualizations to get inspired and finding the right type.
- Nice Kicks on Twitter: “This #AirMaxDay installation in Japan is so dope! ? @nikejapan https://t.co/NNRcphyOAl” / Twitter
Think about how this might work in 2d on the web like we did with the 3d gifs back in the day.
- Mozilla’s vision for the evolution of the Web
Our vision starts with three basic values for the Web, rooted in the Mozilla Manifesto:
Openness: Everyone can access the Web, and use it to reach others.
Agency: Once individuals reach the Web, they are empowered to accomplish their goals effectively and on their own terms.
Safety: The experience of using the Web must not put individuals in danger.