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Jeremy Keith
Making websites.Writing books.Hosting a podcast.Speaking at events.Living in Brighton.Working at Clearleft.Playing music.Taking photos.Answering email.Journal2886Links9542Articles82Notes6486
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Saturday, July 2nd, 2022
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Played some wild tunes tonight!https://www.instagram.com/p/CfhsqICK11l/
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10:36pmAlso onTwitter
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Rockpooling at Spanish Point.
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Playing tunes on the street.
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6:20pmAlso onInstagram
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Checked in at Miltown Malbay. Willie Clancy — with Jessica
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4:28pmAlso onSwarm
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A sticker for thesession.org
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2:59pm
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Exploring the neighbourhood.
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1:51pmAlso onTwitterInstagram
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The boreen to Miltown.
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Friday, July 1st, 2022
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Checked in at Friels Pub. So. It begins… — with Jessica
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9:18pmAlso onSwarm
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Going to Miltown Malbay. brb
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9:48amAlso onTwitter
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Thursday, June 30th, 2022
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Checked in at The Lord Nelson Inn. Session night — with Jessica
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10 Years of Meteor While I’ve always been bothered by the downsides of SPAs, I always thought the gap would be bridged sooner or later, and that performance concerns would eventually vanish thanks t
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2:49pmTagged withmeteordecadespasmpassinglepageappsclientserverarchitectureperformancefrontenddevelopmentlibrariesframeworksjavascript
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NegativeI no longer have Covid. I am released from isolation.Alas, my negative diagnosis came too late for me to make it to UX London. But that’s okay—by the third and final day of the event, ever
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1:21pmTagged withcovid-19coronaviruspandemiclifevaccinestravelhealtheventsuxlondonmusicwillieclancyirelandirishtraditionalmusicAlso onMedium
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Wednesday, June 29th, 2022
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Two booksI’ve mentioned before that I like to read a mixture of fiction of non-fiction. In fact, I try to alternate between the two. If I’ve just read some non-fiction, then I’ll follow it with
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3:43pmTagged withbooksreadingfictionwritingnovelsAlso onMedium
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Fun Parallax Scrolling CSS for MatterdayThis is such a great clear explanation from Lynn on how to add some tasteful parallax depth to scrolling pages.
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How we think about browsers | The GitHub Blog JavaScript doesn’t get executed on very old browsers when native syntax for new language features is encountered. However, thanks to GitHub being built
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Tuesday, June 28th, 2022
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Notes From “In And Out Of Style” - Jim Nielsen’s BlogI love these notes on my recent talk!
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UX FOMOToday is the first day of UX London 2022 and I’m not there. Stoopid Covid.I’m still testing positive although I’m almost certainly near the end of my infection. But I don’t want to take
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3:01pmTagged withuxlondonconferenceseventsclearleftcurationtalkspresentationsworkshopsfomocovidcoronavirusAlso onMedium
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Monday, June 27th, 2022
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SPAs: theory versus practice | Read the Tea Leaves At the risk of grossly oversimplifying things, I propose that the core of the debate can be summed up by these truisms: The best SPA is better than t
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Still the Same — Real LifeEverything old is new again: In our current “information age,” or so the story goes, we suffer in new and unique ways. But the idea that modern life, and particularly m
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On readingOn Tyranny by Timothy Snyder is a very short book. Most of the time, this is a feature, not a bug.There are plenty of non-fiction books I’ve read that definitely could’ve been much, much
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4:04pmTagged withreadingontyrannybooksscreenspoliticstechnologywordspaperAlso onMedium
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