Federico and John talk about managing time spent on smartphones, including what manufacturers like Apple and Google are doing to address the issue, what users can do, and how they deal with being on their iPhones too much.
Official Post from Do By Friday: No Peanut Butter! Max surprised Alex and Merlin with a guided tutorial from Tim Nahumck, an iOS evangelist who literally wrote the book on the new Drafts 5. If you like this treat, consider giving us your money.
CodePen’s newest team member, Klare Frank, joins Chris and Marie to talk about her experience going through the hiring process at CodePen and what her first week at CodePen has been like.
1:05 Introducing Klare
4:40 The job posting
6:20 What kind of response did the posting get?
10:40 Klare’s thoughts on the first week working at CodePen.
13:30 Reason for hiring at CodePen
14:30 Working together as a team, moving forward together.
19:00 Meeting individually with other people at CodePen
22:00 What parts of CodePen do people not know about?
25:10 Design tooling at CodePen
Chris’ blog post Random Thoughts on a Hiring Recent Experience
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Marie on CodePen / Marie on Twitter
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How a shy, queer Canadian woman accidentally invented one of the internet’s most toxic male communities.
For years, the nation’s largest banks made millions off Puerto Rican debt as the island approached financial ruin. Then, with its infrastructure crumbling, a Category 4 hurricane barreled in.
John Green reviews a kart racing video game series and a vast expanse of salt-encrusted earth located in the desert of northwestern Utah.
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Marshall Pruett (who has seen drivers from more angles than most) talks about what the best drivers do that make them the best. His insights on Scott Dixon, Alexander Rossi, Simon Pagenaud, Sebastian Bourdais, Robert Wickens, Josef Newgarden… are fascinating – and educational. And the stories are great!
The magazine has been critical of Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and Donald Trump’s views on immigration.
Our email setups, whether we think there are viable Facebook alternatives, our feelings on Uber expanding into other forms of transportation, and will there ever be a social media platform we can trust completely?
Listen to the full interview.
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