Blog, via Visual Lizard LinksThu, 28 Sep 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Lizard<p><a href=''>Raspberry Pi 5</a> Over twice as fast as its predecessor, and the first Raspberry Pi computer to feature silicon designed in Cambridge, UK. Priced at $60 for the 4GB variant, and $80 for the 8GB variant.</p><p><a href=''>Generate Your Own Pixel Galaxy</a> Made in ThreeJS, by</p>Accessibility in Design and DevelopmentThu, 21 Sep 2023 00:00:00 +0000 LizardRecently one of the projects I've been working on is to assess the accessibility of a number of sites and to provide feedback to the client as to how accessible those sites are under the WCAG Guidelines at LinksThu, 14 Sep 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Lizard<p><a href=''>CakePHP 5.0.0</a> <p>PHP 8.1 required. Improved typehints across the framework. CakePHP now leverages union types to formalize the types of many parameters across the framework. Upgraded to PHPUnit 10.x New enum type mapping support in the ORM enabling more expressive model layers with improved type checking. Table finders with named parameters, providing more expressive query building APIs. Added time-only Time type and greatly improved Date and DateTime support via chronos 3.x. Support for PSR17 HTTP factories was added.</p></p>Daily LinksWed, 13 Sep 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Lizard<p><a href=''>WordPress ActivityPub plugin</a> Matthias Pfefferle and Automattic officially release the 1.0.0 version of the Wordpress ActivityPub plugin. This allows a Wordpress blog itself to function as a federared profile, along with profiles for each author.</p>Daily LinksTue, 12 Sep 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Lizard<p><a href=''>Thunderbolt 5</a> Thunderbolt 5 will deliver 80 gigabits per second (Gbps) of bi-directional bandwidth, and can also deliver 240W of power. Intel says computers and accessories that use Thunderbolt 5 are expected to ship in 2024.</p>Daily LinksWed, 06 Sep 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Lizard<p><a href=''>The Boy and the Heron, official teaser trailer</a> </p>Daily LinksTue, 05 Sep 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Lizard<p><a href=''>Ferrari, official teaser trailer</a> </p>Daily LinksThu, 10 Aug 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Lizard<p><a href=''>All fiften issues of The Nib magazine, for free</a> Unfortunately, The Nib is shutting down. As a last thank you, Matt Bors is making all fifteen issues free to download as PDFs. You have until the end of August to collect them all.</p><p><a href=''>CNET deletes old articles to game Google</a> If we have to *remove* old content for improved search engine optimisation, there's a *major* issue with search engine optimisation. </p>Daily LinksMon, 31 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Lizard<p><a href=''>Loki, season 2, official trailer</a> </p>Daily LinksSun, 30 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Lizard<p><a href=''>Sexaginta-quattuordle</a> What if wordle, but a lot… i mean a lot a lot… and all at the same time?</p>Daily LinksTue, 25 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Lizard<p><a href=''>Arc 1.0 browser now available for macOS and iOS.</a> The company has been testing the app for more than two years and has, until now, made every interested user sign up for a waitlist. But now, it’s launching for real. Arc’s version number just jumped to 1.0, and anyone who wants to use Arc can go to and get the browser.</p>Daily LinksMon, 24 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Lizard<p><a href=''>Twitter has officially changed its logo to ‘X’</a> Twitter has removed the iconic bird logo and adopted ‘X’ as its official logo. Musk tweeted that now also redirects to</p><p><a href=''>Atari Launches Collectible Arcade Circuit Boards Of Retro Classics</a> These make for a perfect limited edition collector’s item for hardcore arcade fans, and are a 1:1 recreation of the original boards. So they would also work as an actual replacement for a damaged board from an original cabinet.</p><p><a href=''>Google’s “Web Integrity API” sounds like DRM for the web</a> Google's plan is that, during a webpage transaction, the web server could require you to pass an "environment attestation" test before you get any data. For now this is only a "proposal" API, but in May Google published an "intent to prototype" notice, meaning it's building the feature into Chrome right now for testing. Google's document pinky-promises the company doesn't want to use this for anything evil.</p>