In 2021, I noticed two things that didn’t take specific effort, but that I wanted to keep doing in 2022: read a lot, and incorporate diversity into my reading choices. I think I’ve achieved both goals this year, which I’m really happy about! So, let’s dive into the 212 books I finished this year and…
So, how do we determine the best translation for such important product terminology? A/B testing can be useful, however, it may not be the most suitable method prior to product release. This is where Content Testing for translations comes into play.
Honestly one of the best terminology blog posts I’ve read. I really enjoyed it and hope Stephan will keep blessing us with this high-quality writing!
There are a lot of reasons Hitler lost. A big one was that the Red Army demolished the German Army.
There are a lot of reasons Hitler lost. A big one was that the Red Army demolished the German Army. Source : The successful 70-year campaign to convince people the USA and not the USSR beat Hitler – Vox
I’ve said this more than once about Twitter, threads should be blog posts. In the case of Twitter, it was about owning your content because who knew where Twitter would go…eventually. Well eventually happened and Twitter is down the shitter. Even on Mastodon, threads should be blog posts. Own your content. Stake out your space […]
Yes! The point wasn’t to move from Twitter to Mastodon and have it fix everything – the point was to move to a new platform and adopt new uses that make our social interactions nicer and more sustainable. Owning our content is part of what leads us there.
friendica looks cooler every time I hear about it, but the instance list is really not tempting. it supports many ActivityPub features, meaning that it works with groups (Lemmy), feeds (Mastodon, Pixelfed), and events (Mobilizon), among other things. if anyone has an instance to suggest so I can try it out I’d love that!
Why some mathematicians argue the economy is designed to create a few super rich people – unless we stop it.
Why some mathematicians argue the economy is designed to create a few super rich people – unless we stop it. Source : Why the super rich are inevitable Complete with interactive simulations and pretty drawings.