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  • News

    • Net neutrality activists plan “Internet Slowdown” action on September 10th, article
    • Google starts showing an older version of its search page to outdated browsers (screen), article
  • Posts

    • The distinct capabilities of CSS variables, @………’s post
      • Chris summarizes the main points that were made in two recent blog posts. (CSS variables are scoped and can be changed at runtime via JavaScript.)
  • Info

    • Chrome now reports Touch Event positions as floating-point values, source
  • Content

    • Marking CSS classes that are used solely as JavaScript hooks, disc. (in comments)
    • Preferred directory structure for unit tests, disc. on Twitter
  • Demos

    • A set of usage examples (code + diagram) for CSS Grid Layout, @………’s site
  • Tools

    • Gridlover (web tool), generates CSS code for a typographic system with vertical rhythm, site
  • Opinion

    • Tor Project’s call to arms: “The Internet as we know it is siloing”, @………’s post
      • “A growing number of websites treat users from anonymity services differently. [...] The problem isn’t limited to just Tor users, since these websites face basically the same issue with users from open proxies, users from AOL, users from Africa, etc.”

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