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Designer/Developer at @filamentgroup. Author of @responsiblerwd. I love to surf https://t.co/l3t0GON8Q0.

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"In short, the tools we need to do our jobs well are here. Except for container queries. We still really need conta… https://t.co/Xz8I33fS1N
Retweeted by Scott Jehl @ericwbailey @css Next time I’ll submit a title 😂👍
11/20
2019
@cobra_winfrey @chriscoyier @css ...here? I thought they were in my DMs?The folks at @css asked, What about building websites has you interested this year? My answer: The Tools are Here… https://t.co/EJehNOP87o @t @thenorthfaceECS Wow! Awesome accomplishment, friend!
11/19
2019
@tkadlec @perfnowconf Wish I could be there! @zeldman @jack_ezra Good to hear. Transferring in Atl on the way to a surf trip with a dear old friend I only see e… https://t.co/ZotWq2SE83
11/14
2019
@InnowebAU @webdirections 😍 @zachleat @Fyrd https://t.co/OpmLZw1nt4 @zachleat @Fyrd heh, jQuery's always did that too! .filter('.keepers') and .not('.notkeepers') My brain was rewired on it from then on.Relatedly, I don't mention it often but if you've found any of my recent web performance writing or talks to be use… https://t.co/7SlaTyCDlbBeen working on a big transcript/slides article to wrap up a year of presenting and iterating on my talk, Move Fast… https://t.co/v8qHuSjyAt
11/13
2019
@philhawksworth thanks. no rush I was just curious. @philhawksworth hey does Netlify support h2 server push? Looked around and I may just be missing it in the docs... @stefen hey great thank you @davatron5000 hmm nice thanks, but maybe not great for bulk export (100 or so images)?Is there a drag/drop GUI webp converter out there, sort of like how imageoptim works?I was watching an @EarthCam camera from St. Louis, Missouri about 30 minutes ago and saw a #meteor! https://t.co/PVAvIGlALF
Retweeted by Scott Jehl @davedisasterman @markrendle @adactio “ The URLs come from the Chrome User Experience Report, a dataset of real use… https://t.co/KypbfJq2Ih
11/12
2019
@peruvianidol you're not wrong @adactio @robocell @patmeenan Overall. But on the sites that are rehydrating after SSR, there's a lot of bloat on t… https://t.co/A9AGJLbQsc @adactio Also, that's a LOT of websites.Wow: "Given the volume of chatter in the dev world, you’d be forgiven for thinking that React is used on the majori… https://t.co/yPF7S4PFcB
11/11
2019
@markodugonjic @lukew @ppk @smashingmag BrowserstackI don't need your stars that's my best tweet https://t.co/Ho56CpsWqLthe problem is millennials were given participation catastrophies @jaffathecake @stubbornella @jensimmons rock! @stubbornella First thing that comes to mind is that feature Firefox implemented recently that uses img[width][heig… https://t.co/Y7fHZNflPL @stubbornella Makes sense. Would an imperfect native implementation still be more performant than the current recom… https://t.co/eoL9ZtoVMi @jcdsvg what is a scalable 8kGood times in NYC with @filamentgroup pals @pattytoland and @maggiewachs thx for the pic @drewm! https://t.co/KHZ9UjvoL5#AskChrome Echoing the questions about container queries: https://t.co/XU1jPHRRNZ Building things with components… https://t.co/7ELweHNVUs
Retweeted by Scott Jehl @wilto #AskChrome we all know what happened last time mat got this way and basically it was very good(last I heard, @stubbornella was doing some work on this so ccing here :) )#AskChrome Among web designers/devs, CSS Container Queries consistently come up as a missing feature we need to do… https://t.co/SEtQiyomcY
11/8
2019
@argyleink ah, wow. well that :is(awesome) @argyleink This looks nice. Is it spec'd already? On the Moz roadmap too? @wycats @mikesherov (I do mean that sincerely, by the way. I just think this stuff should be top priority for a fra… https://t.co/Prgf7JS005 @wycats @mikesherov I guess I think every framework would do well to have someone yelling at their clouds before v0… https://t.co/ULfD1RC4Es @wycats @mikesherov Easy for me to say but I see it as fixing patterns that we now see weren't resilient enough. Te… https://t.co/MU0xlQuASA @wycats @mikesherov Not doubting that it's costly work to undo now. That's not fun. @wycats @mikesherov Both sound like worthy improvements @wycats er, extra "be" there. whoops @wycats That's not to say I don't appreciate the studies. They're essential. But even in decent network/browser con… https://t.co/zdaQw3Gj2m @wycats I think the "what if we're wrong?" metaphor is fine. Both problems are clear but we debate severity. What i… https://t.co/U6CKSiKNeH
11/7
2019
🚨🥳 It takes a tremendous amount of effort and multidisciplinary skill to deliver at the level we aspire to as a sma… https://t.co/H7Kft72DTO
Retweeted by Scott JehlI still love the jQuery APItwitter's best dad joke https://t.co/VEIDyrz5lY @zachleat The stack gets jammed once the JavaScript loads, is the idea. @ericwbailey what website isn’t a Winchester Mystery House these days @wilto get some wooden eagle finials up on there for level AAA conformance
11/6
2019
@zachleat @davatron5000 @eleven_ty Iceweasel?in the carpool lane like https://t.co/emXbW1Ao7Z @shoobe01 @slightlylate I think it's relevant too. @shoobe01 @slightlylate Definitely @slightlylate Like, it’s fair to question if say, emissions are the right metaphor for this (climate concerns are f… https://t.co/Xh4Jm6Lq8b @overflowhidden I think it’s great if it can be done without compromising priorities. Some do both well. @eleven_ty comes to mindLess broadly, @slightlylate has been sharing some inconvenient truths. If we need evidence, the research is all in… https://t.co/5PApWg9XiDIt’s easy to get stuck on the ‘how’ part of the criticism when it’s challenging our own practices, but we still nee… https://t.co/XPM8HtPKTS
11/4
2019
@toddmparker If my basecamp backup plays loggins, but I'm the only one in the room, did I even interrupt your conference callI think this is true of performance too. Good performance is something we get by default and risk losing with each… https://t.co/a2VtYyBEI1 @slightlylate @mikeal I agree it's generally not happening. The priorities at the top need to drive it. @slightlylate @mikeal Like, a big part of our delivery pattern involved *not* delivering the framework JS at all to… https://t.co/9kst63K9Pf @slightlylate @mikeal On the up side, frameworks can improve a huge portion of the way sites work now that so many… https://t.co/kEaaytBil3...And then imagine the size of the apartment building was different for basically everyone who enters it... I’m b… https://t.co/AbSAsiTrqM @thecodevik1ng Maybe this? https://t.co/KJt6roek0A @slightlylate @mikeal Teaching the tricks to render UI sooner should have been nothing but positive, but I worry it… https://t.co/KwCfPUW2NaI don't think "we don't even need the money, we just love watching the world burn!" is as good a defense as FB appa… https://t.co/xC0PRQi1YB
Retweeted by Scott Jehl @wycats 👏 @blue2blond Can’t miss what we've never had @dommcloughlin No let downs. They’re good for what they do. they even approximate non-media related decisions prett… https://t.co/6pspcQwU3i @roderick_jon Sure. That works too. But decisions are still based on the size of the “house“ around it. (We don’t h… https://t.co/uwgVujVxqo
11/1
2019
@zachleat So sorry for your loss, Zach ❤️sure, you can correlate the two if you know what all the other apartment sizes are, but all you really care about i… https://t.co/7aaU6VX4hjDesigning a component based on the size of the browser window is like designing your living room based on the size… https://t.co/b54tlf7nJeStill the feature I most often need in web design. https://t.co/nhzfPPLTBQ @dartdog well that's another issue yeah. @jennschiffer so good.hired a plumber come by to check out our leaky bathtub. turns out we filled it full enough that water trickled out… https://t.co/aGvb3CRVvQLocation, Privilege and Performant Websites https://t.co/gdcmoKcfAj https://t.co/2ZKVo5sf2M
Retweeted by Scott Jehlzuckerberg would be an easily recognizable halloween costume except that the red 2020 campaign hat would hide the caesar haircutfor an extra scary halloween treat I set my DNS to propagate to a new host last night and went to bed (Hello, @netlify!)The “actually” part was a little on the nose maybeA spider on my kids’ cartoon just said “actually I’m a web designer” and honestly that’s better than half the jokes on this site @Mandy_Kerr @firefox Realized this late before a conference talk recently 😕Still true https://t.co/2qexOHoItWAlso @jensimmons and @MiriSuzanne have been putting out So 👏🏼 much 👏🏼 good 👏🏼 CSS 👏🏼 content lately! Make sure to… https://t.co/x2azlRGLYo
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10/31
2019
@tunetheweb https://t.co/2MoSnWpzQN @andreatrasatti not sure! I do appreciate the adless services I use that have free and paid tiers though.Every time I get an inquiry about speaking, regardless of if I’m available or not, I reply to ask: - how is the CoC… https://t.co/PeiRqEU7nd
Retweeted by Scott JehlGood idea: no political ads. Better idea: no ads.Hell yeah. I don’t praise Twitter’s @jack very often but well done here. Facebook, your move. https://t.co/5a2svEZU3x
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10/30
2019
@tonyhawk @CannaHempX love that leaning scrap of plywood there for safety 😅 @wycats It's a very good movie.
10/29
2019
Airpods Pro Attorneys General Battles royal Mothers In Law Macbooks Air Notaries public @hankchizljaw @beep you'll have to read the book sorry @hankchizljaw @beep Impossible Burger: Mobile Web Design Rarely Well Done is the title I am proposing yes I'll hold
10/28
2019
@bruno_simon Incredible work @bepinkston Wow. Well done!
10/25
2019
I have used the HTML draggable API to update a dragging element's left and right CSS position with a fluid % value,… https://t.co/eNmt3QXPvN
10/24
2019

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