Does anyone know if there's an up-to-date reference similar to this (10-year-old!) site? https://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/internals/howbrowserswork/
I might as well ramble about my malfunctioning vacuum or think out loud about random technical questionings.
See my toots as messages in a bottle.
If you can relate to it and answer, that's cool.
If I don't make any sense, that's cool too.
Either way, thanks for having me.
Today I launched the first issue of my literary magazine's TWELFTH YEAR. I still can't believe it's been going for over a decade (it's a tween!) and I've gotten to work with so many amazing people. Free to read online (patreon, ebook and print copies, too!), for those of you interested in sci-fi and fantasy written by women-identified authors.
I'll be honest, I'm always proud of what we publish, but this is one of our best issues ever.
There's a town in Texas called Telephone. At first glance, this seems like the ideal place to relocated (how cool would it be to be able to say you live in Telephone?), but they have no landlines and shitty cell phone service. And probably no fiber optic. https://www.wfaa.com/article/features/residents-of-this-tiny-community-are-proud-of-the-name-even-though-they-can-no-longer-get-a-landline/287-b0983428-88bd-4e2e-a73a-77676ac1ca3e
TECHNOLOGY, PEOPLE, AND BUSINESS - UNITED
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.