My (Belated) Takeaways from the LVO Warhammer Panel (Variance Hammer)
And while the vast majority of the panel was previewing amazing new models and people rightfully drooling over them, there was also an extended Q&A session. Now I didn’t record it or anything, but between the utterly useless questions (“When are you bringing back Squats?”) and the very clear personal agenda questions (“What are you doing about X thing in Y build and what’s the release date?”) there were a couple questions and answers that revealed things about the process of how GW thinks about 40K that I think were potentially interesting.

Life Moves Fast, Smart-Apartment Style by an author
I had no idea when I got the initial email about my apartment going “smart” how much my life would change in the course of a month. At the time I was speaking in front of a room of cybersecurity journalists, and it was all I could do to keep my cool and quickly blast off an appalled (and probably less than tactful) tweet. Only a few weeks later, my situation has changed everything.

Look Ma, No Media Queries! Responsive Layouts Using CSS Grid (CSS-Tricks)
In this article, we'll start dipping our toes into the power of CSS Grid by building a couple of common responsive navigation layouts. It's easier than what you may think, and since CSS Grid was built with responsiveness in mind, it'll take less code than writing media queries all over the place. Let’s do this!

I might switch my current gallery code to use CSS Grid instead of Bootstrap’s “Card” system (built on Flexbox).

CSS has come such a long way since I started using it earnestly, circa 2001.

Nothing Can Stop Google. DuckDuckGo Is Trying Anyway. by Drew Millard (Medium)
This, in a nutshell, is DuckDuckGo’s proposition: 'The big tech companies are taking advantage of you by selling your data. We won’t.' In effect, it’s an anti-sales sales pitch. DuckDuckGo is perhaps the most prominent in a number of small but rapidly growing firms attempting to make it big — or at least sustainable — by putting their customers’ privacy and security first.

Forget privacy: you're terrible at targeting anyway (apenwarr)
The state of personalized recommendations is surprisingly terrible. At this point, the top recommendation is always a clickbait rage-creating article about movie stars or whatever Trump did or didn't do in the last 6 hours. Or if not an article, then a video or documentary. That's not what I want to read or to watch, but I sometimes get sucked in anyway, and then it's recommendation apocalypse time, because the algorithm now thinks I like reading about Trump, and now everything is Trump. Never give positive feedback to an AI.

Every service I use which has moved to “personalised recommendations/discovery” using some ML algorithm has gotten worse by doing so.

Every. Single. One.