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qfxfmzk3mo
Nice one, happy new year!
bknfkpkybjhxvs3mo
Nice!
khyfdhfmbyvdev3mo
And yes, Iโ€™d like to see people post more of the random shit they are up to
uubncsldogrds3mo
My year peeps! Let me know what you think! youtu.be/S0rY8QAZ80o
bnefqkc3mo
HK is a great city, but hopefully you know all about the protests that have been going on shocked_face_with_exploding_head
wkulhrpu3mo
Been in 16 countries last year (visited one more after publishing article). I thought it would be interesting to read folks, so here it is medium.com/@nomadic.dmitry/15-countries-i-visited-this-year-and-what-each-one-taught-me-8c1578371a30
bsvddux3mo
It was interesting to learn Wikipedia is blocked in Turkey!
xdxzuxgtljjc3mo
What the?! Clicking on the medium link above opens a new email message addressed to www.medium.com/whatever|https://www.medium.com/whatever
jkerdji3mo
(well, on another note, medium is garbage)
cagule3mo
Slack bug, not medium
anqztxn3mo
Wow, that's pretty cool...
xaiwopzq3mo
Hm, works for me here
orqjkxcd3mo
Yes and no :slightly_smiling_face:
Editor is quite nice (and their partner program + audience when they approve articles), but better to post on my own website probably.
sknpfcfg3mo
And not just Wikipedia. Websites with some questionable content are also among blocked ๐Ÿ˜‰ Donโ€™t ask me how I discovered it ๐Ÿ˜„
cjoaceo3mo
I wish they did that with Lenin in Russia.
tvdiygt3mo
It's not easy to photograph how ridiculous this place is... they mix up big statues with small ones, but it's almost all the same guy, so it's really disconcerting
cbhalcx3mo
Pretty good answer to the whole debate about tearing down Confederate monuments in the USA really... no idea why those were ever put up in the first place, it's actually somewhat bizarre
gftegagkixdwhc3mo
We had a great time in the retired Lenin statue dumps/parks in parts of the Balkins. Sorry we missed this in Taiwan!
cmrsebwwjjxrvl3mo
Iโ€™m pretty sure there is a similar place in outskirts of Budaspest. A park where all the unwanted Communist leader statues where moved to
qpsyisahc3mo
Lithuania definitely has a park with all the communist statues
wgxzlwogizvc3mo
Yes Budapest has such a park.
tkqstjp3mo
I really should get to Eastern Europe one of these days
nffzjkuxs3mo
Has anyone seen the Lenin statue in the middle of Seattle? I used to live about 3 houses up from it, wild to see it every day. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Statue_of_Lenin_(Seattle)
esxvwbkil3mo
Also the sandwich shop you can see behind it legit has the best sandwiches I've had in the world
ilauqhyqbae3mo
Ah jeez I never went to that sandwich shop and I lived in Seattle for a decade
nqmorwzjvcyflx3mo
Better than Salumi? I used to take gigs in Seattle just to go to Salumi.
qkylerdv3mo
wdqvurfweuclywl is that a Kingfisher?
jiuryrwgcknvfp3mo
ohytxxcps yes! Itโ€™s the uncommonly beautiful Common Kingfisher
qffgctnzg3mo
Thereโ€™s also Paseo Caribbean Restaurant that has lines down the block every day and arguably the best cubano Iโ€™ve ever had.
dvhcypvzehc3mo
I would have to go to Paseo at total off hours because that place is always mobbed, for sure!
lqlryiax3mo
Been there in December! It was all in snow. Lenin was funny covered in snow ๐Ÿ˜„
ljomenxc3mo
Since โ€œMuseum of Socialist artโ€ in Sofia was mentioned above, I wanted to show a video I made a month ago about that specific museum. What a great visit it was ๐Ÿ˜‰ www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVlx3kMAwPE
dcdewnhfrqddlhr3mo
That's cool. I wish I knew about it when I was in Sofia.
gjlzelyq3mo
tjthtfedcbvtofle I knew about that place only because Iโ€™m an addict to all those old Socialist monuments/propaganda (because of the history, of course. Iโ€™m not fan of all the bad stuff it brought to the world) ๐Ÿ˜„ And in almost all Eastern European cities you can find traces of that history - monuments, museums, cars, sometimes even guided tours. Super exciting!
I guess that all interest is because Iโ€™m originally from Russiaโ€ฆoops, I mean it was called USSR back then, soโ€ฆ yeah ๐Ÿ˜‰
zwkzaptadfxdvsl3mo
I definitely saw quite a bit of communist influence. The brutalist architecture, statues, etc. I found it to be super interesting from an American perspective.
paokuwba3mo
xyozndalthowxdmb True. There are good examples (The style of Stalin-era buildings is cool), there are bad examples (Khrushev-era buildings, ugly similar rundown blocks throughout the Eastern Europe).
If you are into exploring the best example of Socialist architecture I would recommend visiting Eastern Berlin. There is a whole alle (Karl-Marx Allee and Alexanderplatz with amazingly preserved buildings and it looks very good even nowadays). Germans did a good job of preserving many East Germany-era things. I think itโ€™s just a sign of a proper European democracy - knowing the past (without destroying it) and going forward respecting the history and realizing the previous mistakes
Anywayโ€ฆ. Itโ€™s exciting ๐Ÿ™‚
lsvwxdhiapgzriu3mo
cool, thanks for the insight!
yjewgeedlyijrwz2mo
Mae Hong Son โžฟ vimeo.com/385379032
snfjrsfmd2mo
Nice, I like it a lot ๐Ÿ™‚
uzdrsnfiikukgz2mo
Cool ojgeinwfs money_with_wingsmoney_with_wingsmoney_with_wings
ncxpaybkcmrkji2mo
Though I call shenanigans on your biggest one day spend. Is that including flights??
kqfaayfnxgp2mo
Very cool, thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ˜„ surprised about some countries
ebrnfpbb2mo
oezwqadzamzlwvz thanks! Stats at the top don't include the big expenses & boring expenses half way down
uetsytjv2mo
Thanks!
vvwqkqswppda2mo
I wrote a small piece about what skills remote designs in larger teams need in comparison to designers in traditional companies medium.com/@mvremmerden/3-skills-you-need-as-a-designer-in-a-remote-company-3a21e5488774?source=friends_link&sk=1a604618e585b69b89c8c18ec187b1f5
hexedpeqkrizuo2mo
Nice post cqdblgctxmnmt - love the visiting grant, great way to show how inspiration can come from these small investments in the team
kqckiqcn2mo
doing a little show & tell of digital-nomadding in Sri Lanka today while we launch a new product โ˜๏ธ
gvauljtt2mo
spoiler Sri Lanka isn't a great spot for DNs yet, the area we're in has a 2+ hour power cut every day ๐Ÿ˜‚
qtyttrsa2mo
That can be mandatory beach/swim time ๐Ÿ™ƒ
labwofwu2mo
haha true
wojcoyd2mo
haha great beaches though in lanka
qqdrewn2mo
surf too
pawslqgx2mo
there are people out there doing a surf camp but there's been literally zero surf since we got here
bujvt1mo
I've been getting some good use out of an extension called "Room Steals" - if anyone used Honey before, it's like that but for hotel price comparison, may save some money for others here ๐Ÿ‘Œ
humknzmfk1mo
finally decided to write about my first speaker build, www.danielandrade.net/2020/02/21/my-overnight-sensation-speaker-build/ which also reminds me I should update my ugly blog ๐Ÿ˜„
gtkydgxmd1mo
rpgeyujvdfcdolumz after the chat we had, decided to finally write about it ;)
ryrshrhb1mo
Shot a video today about my experience visiting 16 European countries in one year and pros and cons of each one. Hopefully a useful video for others considering European tour ๐Ÿ˜‰ Also , a first time using a โ€œgreen screenโ€ ๐Ÿ˜„ www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9AjExeWx7Y
cmdljryfhl30d
if anyone needs travel inspiration restaurantweek.world/
pnzywthh29d
strange the mapbox doesn't load in safari
ynsmzjtntt28d
fixed, thank you for your report!
ifskbn27d
Committed blogging
uyakkav21d
Third entry in a travel blog series I've been hacking on for... far too long now ๐Ÿ˜… spectralcodex.com/huadong-valley-ride-2018-fenglin-to-yuli/
kiuruva17d
Killing coronavirus anxiety with more urbex blogging spectralcodex.com/yeliu-signal-station/
ldkzzhdtzsrmo16d
This is awesome zokohfzo will try to explore around their if RubyConf is still happening this year
jrbgcidx15d
Same here, Iโ€™m trying to stay as positive as possible and shoot some videos ๐Ÿ˜„ And invest, invest, invest youtu.be/36fDvdJ6qyc
ostsm11d
neat, I've used a similar extension for years named Saka
eirehyfddsypel11d
Is it just tab switching? Thatโ€™s what it looks like from their page on the store.
camru11d
can also search history and bookmarks
ojtxn11d
but not downloads
wluyscugxqnuwpr11d
I'm jealous. I've been meaning to pick up relearning React JS during this quarantine phase but my full-time job just increased in hours ๐Ÿ˜ญ
trhdgcxaclzzqo11d
Thatโ€™s what my day has been like today. I normally just try to build something new whenever I need to pick something up.

That way, I make the time to keep coming back to it.
cuisqcclfkzfc10d
bawixbvvgotjvrhe is learning React right now as well. You should co-learn!
fkfrwtyclpcguuh10d
So far I've done `create-react-app` so I'm off to a really great start /s
modtzmqg9d
Iโ€™m also on React lol, have a first project coming shortly so Iโ€™m starting with Wes Bos course.
pdcqrnsvhfbqpwc9d
diacbvmyc do you recommend the Wes Bos course so far?
jhfpvwrjlbcecy9d
The content from Wes Bos is generally good. When I started, I opted for the course by Stephen Grider. You can find it on Udemy.
poqcnfohipxfghi9d
Awesome, will check it out. I did quite a handful of projects in React so all I'm looking for is something to refresh my memory on the content
lnbcpkug9d
I highly recommend Wes Bos because the way he explains for me is the best Iโ€™ve seen and Iโ€™m easily able to understand how things work in general, and if I stumble on a problem Iโ€™m able to understand and solve it on my own most if the time.

In general tutorials are usually focused on building sample app, and they explain only that single use case which is not good, you end up with tons of questions because they donโ€™t explain the basic principles how certain thing actually works.
gsavydzk9d
He has free courses, you can check some
xoyopazx9d
Just to get insight on how itโ€™s structured
tbtymwluwtqgoqm9d
Awesome, perfect! Thank you for this additional insight; I've got this written on my To Do list for this weekend!
jfnesnlc9d
Np, I havenโ€™t started yet with React but Iโ€™ve done ES6 course and it was really very easy to understand, took some time to put in practice though โ˜บ๏ธ but just watch video over again and test, test, test โ˜บ๏ธ
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dfdyqt9d
Warning will cause seizures lol
rspfnnwqualgp9d
Very hypnotoad
smzwkcd3d
Nice box โ˜„
kttscudiwju3d
Stand up desk? If it works, it works ! :)
mmyqubmuehxbc3d
Thanks. Yes, Stand up desk ๐Ÿ˜„ I mean, itโ€™s good enough
ptxehbkzsazli3d
Office Depot here has an electronic stand up desk. It's smaller than I want, but... Right now I don't feel warm and fuzzy about ordering something from Amazon USA and having it shipped to Mexico
wfmpcqw4h
Mine setup is very similar except my keyboard is from Logitech.
owbnofb4h
I think Magic mouse is okay, but not the best value for money. I use it for a year now. But next time I definitely buy something else.
cbusflrkzaild3h
Can't imagine it matters much since your fingers are never supposed to leave the home row ๐Ÿ˜›
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