Delivering WordPress in 7KB: https://blog.jacklenox.com/2018/06/04/delivering-wordpress-in-7kb/
I'm immensely proud of the work I've done on this project!
It has been a real privilege collaborating with the team behind it.
Still work to do of course. A website is never finished (or at least, not when I'm involved!). 💚
Short, but very good. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-53640382
This morning I have written to all of the councillors on @[email protected]'s Development Control and Regulation Committee. They are due to meet this Friday to consider a proposal to develop a new coal mine. I am imploring them to reject this proposal: https://blog.jacklenox.com/2020/09/28/rejecting-a-new-coal-mine/
It has been a long and difficult road, but it's immensely satisfying to see this first step. Lots more work to do now! 💚
A thought-provoking, moving and excellent piece of writing. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/sep/07/terminal-cancer-live-cancer-life-death
I bookmarked this a little while ago and finally got round to reading it. It's bloody brilliant. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
informative and easy to understand poster on #borders.
pdf for #wheatpasting here: https://crimethinc.com/2017/08/07/new-poster-borders-the-global-caste-system #crimethinc
"Despite these hurdles, what’s holding back a night train through the tunnel isn’t regulation or safety or costs, but political will. All of this could be overcome if the government decided to back a project..."
I forgot to post here, but on Friday I really enjoyed being on @[email protected]'s morning panel discussion. Here's me talking about the channel crossings. So ashamed of our Government. 😞
Yes, France! "Ecology Minister Barbara Pompili said outside heating or air conditioning was an "ecological aberration"." 💚🇫🇷
£1000 should be enough money for a really good bike. For Lee-Anne, this is less than a fifth of what they need. Cycling is my favourite way of getting around, and it breaks my heart that significant barriers are put in the way for some. Help get Lee-Anne on a bike again!
A really excellent article from Robert Magowan in the @[email protected]:
"[bullshit jobs] generate a desire for “compensation” through more intense, high-carbon leisure: short-lived thrills and spills such as weekends away."
Ah, @[email protected] are an excellent antidote to 2020.
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