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Eric Alba - Slipstream

A constant work in progress.


When Kids Realize Their Whole Life Is Already Online

Permalink - Posted on 2019-02-22 19:13

Taylor Lorenz for The Atlantic:

When Ellen, an 11-year-old, finally decided to Google herself, she didn’t expect to find anything, because she doesn’t yet have her own social-media accounts. She was stunned when she found years of swim scores and sports statistics on the web. A personal story she wrote in third grade was also published on a class website with her name attached. “I didn’t think I would be out there like this on the internet,” she told me. … “No matter what you do, it’s out there for people to know,” she said. “Even if you’re just swimming—the rest of the world will know. My meet records are out there; now people know I’m a swimmer. (The internet) tells you where all the swim meets are, so that would probably tell my general location. It tells you my school. Parts of my story online were in Spanish. Now people know I speak Spanish.”

I always wondered how kids would feel later about all these photos and videos being shared by their parents. But reading this part makes me think it’s no wonder kids setup their own and sometimes hidden social accounts to help control their image/narrative better.

Recently a parenting blogger wrote in a Washington Post essay that despite her 14-year-old daughter’s horror at discovering that her mother had shared years of highly personal stories and information about her online, she simply could not stop posting on her blog and social media. The writer claimed that promising her daughter that she would stop posting about her publicly on the internet “would mean shutting down a vital part of myself, which isn’t necessarily good for me or her.”

ugh. wtf.

Sharing Netflix, Spotify Accounts After Couples Break Up

Permalink - Posted on 2019-02-21 06:03

Yuki Noguchi for NPR

“Last time I couldn’t log in to it, I texted her and I was like, ‘Hey, what’s the Hulu password?’ “ Russell says. Her ex-girlfriend responded, “We’re not dating anymore.”

Photos: The Ubiquity of Smartphones, as Captured by Photographers

Permalink - Posted on 2018-11-18 20:43

from The Atlantic

With so many devices in so many hands now, the visual landscape has changed greatly, making it a rare event to find oneself in a group of people anywhere in the world and not see at least one of them using a phone. Collected here: a look at that smartphone landscape, and some of the stories of the phones’ owners.

Great series of photos.

Permalink - Posted on 2018-11-06 12:12

✅ Vote today

If you can vote, then do it.

Permalink - Posted on 2018-10-31 22:49


this is a swarm test from Sunlit.

Test Outbound Link

Permalink - Posted on 2018-10-31 20:40

test outbound link :

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Permalink - Posted on 2018-10-31 04:00

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde tells the story of a lawyer investigating the connection of two persons, Dr. Henry Jekyll and Mr. Edward Hyde. Chief among the novel’s supporting cast is a man by the name of Mr. Poole, Dr. Jekyll’s loyal butler.

Poole is the butler for Jekyll, the static site generator. It’s designed and developed by @mdo to provide a clear and concise foundational setup for any Jekyll site. It does so by furnishing a full vanilla Jekyll install with example layouts, pages, posts, and styles.

There are currently three themes built on Poole:

Learn more and contribute on GitHub.

What’s included

Poole is a streamlined Jekyll site designed and built as a foundation for building more meaningful themes. Poole, and every theme built on it like this one, includes the following:

  • Complete Jekyll setup included (layouts, config, 404, RSS feed, posts, and example page)
  • Mobile friendly design and development
  • Easily scalable text and component sizing with rem units in the CSS
  • Support for a wide gamut of HTML elements
  • Related posts (time-based, because Jekyll) below each post
  • Syntax highlighting, courtesy Jekyll’s built-in support for Rouge

Additional features are available in individual themes.

Browser support

Poole and its themes are by preference a forward-thinking project. In addition to the latest versions of Chrome, Safari (mobile and desktop), and Firefox, it is only compatible with Internet Explorer 9 and above.


These themes are developed on and hosted with GitHub. Head to the GitHub repository for downloads, bug reports, and features requests.


Permalink - Posted on 2018-10-24 23:36

The new Bruce Nauman show at @themuseumofmodernart NY is 🙌 (Sound On for the room with the square pieces)

Permalink - Posted on 2018-10-22 00:13

Jenny Holzer “Red Yellow Looming”

Permalink - Posted on 2018-10-21 00:30

Met Breuer early evening