🌐 Internet's shortest URLs, Digitizing smell and Next.js 12.3
What a week it's been: I (finally) published the latest version of Karma (opens in a new tab)! Who would've thought working on a VS Code theme update would take me literally months? 😅 (It also has a new 💫 light mode!)
Also, since it's only a week away—if you're coming, see you at React India (opens in a new tab) conf!
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Digitizing Smell: Using Molecular Maps to Understand Odor — Google AI Blog (opens in a new tab) "How can we measure a smell?"
TIL: You Can Access A User’s Camera with Just HTML (opens in a new tab) "The interesting thing about the capture attribute is for users coming to your website on a mobile device. If they interact with that input, instead of opening up the default file picker, it will actually open up one of their cameras. "
Creative list styling — web.dev (opens in a new tab) A look at some useful and creative ways to style a list.
- Shortest URLs on the Internet (opens in a new tab) What’s the shortest URL for which content is served on the internet? There are quite a few (opens in a new tab) single-letter second-level domains that are used in very short URLs, such as Google’s http://g.co (opens in a new tab) or Facebook’s https://m.me (opens in a new tab)....But we can go shorter than this.
- Apple’s Next Big Thing: A Business Model Change (opens in a new tab)
- Looria analyzes Reddit posts and comments to find the most popular products (opens in a new tab)
- SQLite Doesn't Use Git (opens in a new tab)
- The Steve Jobs Archive (opens in a new tab)
That's all for now, have a great week!
Stay kind 💜