Diigo Bookmarks 08/21/2019
- Hey Domino's, You're Not Delivering - Catharine McNally - Medium
"we shouldn't need (or wait for) a Supreme Court ruling to do what's right. It's evident that accessibility benefits everyone and at Phase2, we're committed to advancing the digital experiences for anyone."
- Accessibility and web performance are not features, they're the baseline | CSS-Tricks
"we must start to see inaccessible and slow websites for what they are: a form of cruelty. And if we want to build a web that is truly a World Wide Web, a place for all and everyone, a web that is accessible and fast for as many people as possible, and one that will outlive us all, then first we must make our websites something else altogether; we must make them kind."
- [Proposal] Web Monetization - A new Revenue Model for the Web - APIs - WICG
"Users sign up with a Web Monetization provider (or run their own) which is capable of sending streams of very small payments to websites. Websites sign up with a Web Monetization receiver, a specialised digital wallet capable of processing an incoming stream of very small payments."
"Whether you have 10 or 10 million followers, you can monetize your content using Coil. Not a content creator? No problem! Join the community as a subscriber and get awesome content with a single subscription."
- WordPress team working on daring plan to forcibly update old websites | ZDNet
"That's about 3% of all internet sites, currently running extremely old WordPress versions. WordPress 3.7 was released in October 23, 2013, while the current minimum "safe" version, v4.7, was released in December 2016."
- Typing delay experiment
"This is an experiment to see what amount of delay is too annoying for a user interaction like typing. You can compare this to the similar audio experiment, for playing music. Here are some presets; make sure to type a lot of characters at once for the full effect."
- evolt.org Browser Archive 20 Years Old | Adrian Roselli
"At launch browsers.evolt.org contained 80 different browsers. It started with my personal testing suite built up from 1996, and just kind of went from there."