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    Introducing Sass Modules

    Sass is getting better namespacing for imports. This will be a good fit for component-based architectures! (via @originell)

    https://css-tricks.com/introducing-sass-modules/

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    Post short notes to a Jekyll blog using an iOS Shortcut

    Another implementation for easy #indieweb note sharing (via @rdsaunders)

    https://www.rdsaunders.co.uk/indieweb/2019/12/03/post-short-notes-to-a-jekyll-blog-using-ios-shortcut

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    Webclerks Conference

    cool conf y’all!

    https://webclerks.at/

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    Mental models

    …applying mental models from server programming or computer science is not a good idea when it comes to frontend. (via @adactio)

    https://adactio.com/journal/16138

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    The web is not dying | Go Make Things

    ‘I don’t know how you can look at all of these amazing tools and technology and feel like the web itself is doing anything other than flourishing, though.’ (via @ChrisFerdinandi)

    https://gomakethings.com/the-web-is-not-dying/

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    On my recent trip to belarus, I met Vadim Makeev and had an interesting chat about CSS on the @webstandards_ru podcast. listen here: (via @pepelsbey)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxwe-ixsTuI

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    Amphora - Ethan Marcotte

    …we’ve reached a point where AMP may “solve” the web’s performance issues by supercharging the web’s accessibility problem. (via @beep)

    https://ethanmarcotte.com/wrote/amphora/

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    Getting to the Heart of Digital Accessibility - A List Apart

    https://alistapart.com/article/getting-to-the-heart-of-digital-accessibility/

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  9. weeknotes

    The cat’s out of the bag: we are organizing a conference in November in Vienna! I’ve been working with Tuzo and Daniel these past few weeks to get the website set up and this thing off the ground. I’m very excited about this and although there’s still lots of work ahead of us, the lineup is already amazing.

    Speakers include Rachel Andrew, Jeremy Keith, Heydon Pickering and more awesome people who are yet to be announced. We also have an open CFP for the last slot - Take a look!

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  10. weeknotes
    • wrote a new post: The CSS Mindset
    • saw a live show by Tool, one of my favourite bands
    • got lots of work done with the guys at Simpleloop
    • learned a bit about React hooks and how to use them.
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