What I saw this week #51: March 16, 2018

Between our trip to Kentucky and starting a new position (and other things) I haven't had any blogging time. It was good to have a bit of a break I think. Here are some things I saw recently.

  • Brain Pickings on Hawking - Of course, Brain Pickings is so so good. Interesting thought about Hawking; though he was one of our weakest, he helped us understand some of the most powerful things in the universe.
  • Xamarin now on MSFT Docs - The Xamarin documentation has a new home. This is good. But, I can say that working with Xamarin a bit over the last year the entire platform is so much better than the documentation. It needs a lot of help.
  • Kottke.org turns 20 - Amazing achievement. Well done Jason.
  • Light paths of drones - So cool. I would love to try something like this over the summer.
  • Parecki's IndieWeb Reader - Fun project. I need to look into it more.
  • Space changed Scott Kelly's genes - I don't fully understand everything about this, but any change at all seems amazing to me. Much more research is needed and I have the feeling we're going to get it over the next 5 decades of space travel and life.
  • Kalen Allen - I wish he did a video every day.
  • Minimalist wardrobe - Matt D'Avella is back with another great YouTube video. As a result of watching this video I through out an entire garbage bag of clothes. Thanks Matt.

That's it for this week. I hope to return to a somewhat regular publishing routine soon but until then I hope you're all ready for spring!