Here's a selection of six things that I read or otherwise found interesting last week:
Paste in a terminal/CLI command and have it translated into human-readable language via the info that @fig uses for it's autocomplete
This is a smart way of avoiding browser restrictions on third-party storage (good for commercial site owners) and at the same time getting around some of the perf issues with 3P JS (good for users!) by proxying and injecting cookies and scripts at the edge.
Always interesting to read about Redux's successors - I've only used Redux but definitely don't have a soft spot for it!
I love this article on Pedal Me (a London e-bike cargo and passenger startup)'s success and how they've done well by trusting staff, investing in the best tools for the job while still staying lean, and doing the right thing (with the nice byproduct of getting great press/cheap marketing).
I absolutely love this post from Josh, even if you feel totally comfortable with Flexbox I bet you'll learn something new here, or at the very least a new way to explain Flexbox concepts to other people.
A cool exploration of why Japanese websites still look so different to Western ones.
What were your favourites? Was there anything you found useful?