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A lot of people are suddenly going to experience the benefit of working from home, and companies that force staff to work in their noisy, open-plan offices are in real trouble.
Remote doesn’t work for a lot of people, either, but big changes are likely.
📣 It’s Launch Day!!
I’m super chuffed to finally launch the brand new Piccalilli site!!
I’ve put so much work into it, so I couldn’t be happier right now.
It's now got tutorials, upcoming courses, a blog and of course, the weekly newsletter.
📷 I’m back working from home now, which is making me v happy indeed.
My cat is certainly happy about it.
Maybe, separate dev and design teams are a bit like government and opposition. There’s an important relationship there that keeps things flowing nice.
If that relationship is toxic though (see current politics), nothing of any worth gets done.
It’s certainly something I can’t stop thinking about.
🎧 I discovered this via the fabulous Flow State (https://flowstate.substack.com/). It’s super good working music:
Chris and Dave said on ShopTalk Show that we should have a like party by sharing your “liked” articles from your RSS reader.
Here’s mine from Feedbin https://microblog.hankchizljaw.com/likes/0/
It’s pretty likely I won’t be doing any streaming this week, pals. I’m heads-down trying to get content for the new https://piccalil.li done before I launch it next week.
📰 I’m leaving Patreon
Big thanks to everyone that has supported me on Patreon, but I’m calling it a day on there. To those that I support on there: I’ll be finding ways to support you (let me know what’s best for you).
🔗 This is a really interesting podcast episode on burnout and our often unhealthy relationship with work and identity.
It’s pretty long, but good. Hat tip to Dave Rupert for sharing it originally.
“Some webshits have managed to completely remove any advantage of CSS while simultaneously making it an even bigger percentage of a given web page”
This made me snort laugh. This is legit one of my favourite blogs.