Maggie Appleton talks with us about her work at Elicit, working with large and small language models, how humans vet the responses from AI, the discussion around the Soggoth meme in AI, using Discord as UI, what to do if your boss wants AI in your app, and why does she call her blog a digital garden?
Getting tripped up on audio at conferences, announcing the ShopTalk Show Lifetime Plan, some Once pricing #hotdrama, remembering Molly Holzschlag, web components, Luro launch day thoughts, and a question about using a normalize or sanitize in 2023 prompts a run through of Andy Bell's Modern CSS Reset.
Dave calls a quick Luro branding meeting, some thoughts on DevRel, Chris tries to figure out musical instrument mics, follow up on WordPress from a previous episode, Chris' journey through the social graph options, 100 year hosting with WordPress, and the introduction of a new segment: Happy Project Share Time.
We're talking the State of CSS Survey, 2023 Edition, with Chen Hui Jing. What was it like helping develop the survey? A bit of follow up on regions, the benefits of being able to tell the browser what you want, language issues in developing and understanding CSS, the struggle for non-majority users, CSS frameworks, and more.
Have you ever been an auctioneer? Sometimes when God closes a shed, he opens a sauna. Dave's working on the one day build theory, how to market with fake data, an update on the Discord, marketing with a spicy slug, what we want to see next in CSS, and thoughts on component libraries.
Is Apple's Numbers amazing or the worst? Customer support at various levels of software, Figma and P3 color, imagining a colorspace property in CSS, what's Dave doing for productivity, how has offloading CSS Tricks affected Chris, and should we build different websites for mobile vs desktop?
Shawn Wang joins us to talk about his work in AI, why prompt engineering is not what you need to focus on, how the scope of AI is bigger than any one of us, how to deal with the consistency of AI, and how to make use of AI in your product or app.
We're talking how we stay online - or not - on vacation, is create-guten-block the future for us WP developers? Can we get a state of the web component address from the President of web components? Have we seen the last new browser engine? And deciding whether to add features or remove them from your app.
Bluesky adds first class support for urls as a username, text-wrap pretty update, sqwunching text update, should CSS spit out errors, anchor functionality, what does the edge mean, eSports and bowling, how to test websites on slower CPUs, and what does proxy or reverse proxy mean?
Estelle Weyl and Eric Meyer join us to talk about the 5th edition of their book, CSS: The Definitive Guide. We talk about some of CSS' biggest blunders, custom scroll bars, single line comments, shorthand in CSS, useless CSS trivia, and how to get started learning CSS in 2023.
Chris breaks out his banjo, some thoughts on making music vs recording music, what happened to Google Reader and social reading, what black box properties can't Dave or Chris remember, follow up for dev teams communicating with designers, and what's Adobe going to do about Figma?
Dave reports back from the Figma Conference, how to build a better developer to designer bridge, do clients really want to update their website, using Stripe in 2023, permissions and sharing, and are you feeling overwhelmed by CSS in 2023?