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I’ve stopped, for now. Might switch over to one finding one song to appreciate every day. For now, please enjoy this song, which has been stuck in my head all week, thanks to the aforementioned child of mine. I listened to a lot of Michael Bolton as a kid, we took long cars rides every weekend in the Summer, and Time, Love & Tenderness was one of the very, very few tapes we had. We later picked up a second tape, the 1991 classic… Brian Adam’s Waking up the Neighbors. Joke Michael Bolton songs couldn’t have a target any better than this elder Millennial.Permalink
Ran into a spectacularly awful Safari bug in the latest Safari (14.1.1 on macOS and iOS 14.6).— Feross (@feross) June 14, 2021
Opening an IndexedDB database fails 100% of the time on the first try. 😩
If you refresh, it starts working.
Bug report: https://t.co/I61x27obtv
cc @webkit @chris_dumez @Apple
But, ok, that’s fine, we were refactoring the app and saving less state in browser storage, and we were going to use localStorage instead because cross-tab communication is easier but haha fuck me right?
😬 localStorage is broken in Safari 14.1.— Jake Archibald (@jaffathecake) May 4, 2021
Tabs end up with seperate localStorage for reading, but the same localStorage for writing. This will likely result in data loss for users. (h/t @forresto)https://t.co/5Ljxl4vvbH
I use Safari on a day to day basis because it is fast, but also because there’s no better way to find out what dumb things are broken in Safari that will break your app than seeing it broken in someone else’s app. Oh and forget Google Lighthouse, you want to know if an app is good just open it in Safari and see if you get the “this page is consuming significant energy” warning.
This used up exactly all of the material, and the grass there is now pleasingly geometric so we’re done with that part of the yard.
Getting a little lazy with this. On the plus side, though, I realized the other day that the 3.5mm jack on my monitor is a line-out, not a line-in, so listening while at my desk got a lot easier. Why did I ever think it was a line-in?
npm updateshould solve a problem like this, but some packages waited until major versions to ship a fix for ARM which then brought other changes. It was too much for what I knew was a simple update.
As always, I get lazy about listening to new things when I’m doing house projects. There’s always music on, it's just not often anything new.
Well, “finished”. We still need ~1.5 yards of top soil to make a flower bed, and the light “poles” are a “temporary” solution of zip-tying 2x2s to the chain link fence. As with every time we do a yard project I overestimated how much pea gravel we‘d need, so I‘m trying to figure out a place for what‘s left in the driveway before ordering more stuff to... have dumped on the driveway.
She came up with the same answer for her Mom on Mother’s Day. We eat a side salad with dinner a lot in this household, but I don’t think either of us have ever been like “oh yum yum salad my favorite”.
I took a break for vacation last week, and apparently forgot to update the last week of May… but now I’m back. The full list remains here.