As I wrote about last year, the HTML5 “details” element is a very useful and lightweight way to create a collapsed list of questions or other content. Investigating possible options, these kind of parts of a web page seem to … Continue reading
What??? With schools moving to online learning, are we really seeing the end of *snow days*? In this episode, I talk about the long tradition of “snow days” in the northern US, and how the COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way we learn… and removing …
In this pandemic with its ongoing and never-ending uncertainty, is part of our challenge that we have depleted our brain’s “surge capacity”? Following on to the last episode 396 where I talked about the “Pandemic Productivity Plunge,” in this episode …
If you are interested in presenting at the ICANN 69 DNSSEC and Security Workshop during the week of 17-22 October 2020, please send a brief (1-2 sentence) description of your proposed presentation to firstname.lastname@example.org by 27 August 2020. We are op…
Here I am just inserting a “block pattern” in WordPress 5.5 that has two buttons side by side: The point of a “block pattern” is it lets you insert a pre-defined and pre-configured set of blocks. You then can edit … Continue reading
What are the challenges with applications supporting IPv6? What do people, particularly those working in enterprises, need to know about how servers and applications work with IPv6? What is the Internet Society’s Open Standards Everywhere project doing to help? How can people get more involved? To answer all these questions and more, I recently joined […]
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