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Warming Stripes - Germany

Annual temperatures in Germany from 1881-2017. The colour scale goes from 6.6°C (dark blue) to 10.3°C (dark red).

This set of visualisations highlight how we have witnessed temperatures change across the globe over the past century or more. The colour of each stripe represents the temperature of a single year, ordered from the earliest available data at each location to now. All other superfluous information is removed so that the changes in temperature are seen simply and undeniably.climate-lab-book.ac.uk

Markup, friends, markup

This morning a tweet by Heydon Pickering landed in my timeline, where he quoted a text that started 10 things to learn for becoming a solid full-stack JavaScript developer, only to include a paragraph As for HTML, there's not much to learn right away and you can kind of learn as you go, but before making your frist templates, know the difference between in-line elements like <span> and how they differ from block ones like <div>.

Heydon aptly commented this with How Full Stack Development is destroying the web: a story in two pictures.(Source)

This triggered me (not his ...

Random Reykjavík-Pics

Sun Voyager is a sculpture by Jón Gunnar Árnason, in front of low lying grey clouds

Just some snaps while walking around downtown and the harbor area.

The Eagle has Icelanded

Fensterplatzimpressionen.

Going to iceland for material.is conf, brb. ✈️
Excited to visit the land of ice and fire, and to explore what the material of the web may be: This is a topic that keeps me busy for nearly two decades now.

For centuries we've worked with wood, metal, glass, ceramic, paper, textiles. More recently, new materials have emerged; plastics, fiberglass, silicon, and more. We understand their limitations, their affordances. We can fold, heat, manipulate and warp some of these materials. But the Internet and the Web are still very new to us. We don't fully understand them as a material.

material.is

Whee.