A look at the various ways to properly label, discovering a new (but very ancient) city, and seeing names.
Finally getting around to implementing a grid on this site, admiring manuscripts from the past, and a few words about Kobe.
Looking at what is really required to be accessible, revisiting some helpful console functions for JS, and admiring the House of the Bicentenary.
Things to check to improve accessibility of a site, thinking more about prefers-reduced-motion, and Magicians of The Gods.
A series about the nuclear disaster, a look at historical rail networks, and getting fined for having fun.
The original Los Angeles, Global Acccessibility Awareness Day, and why science prefers birds over spiders.
Scanning Notre Dame, remembering lost books, and delving into the Magic world.
Browsing like it's 1989, learning about Roman Britain and the Bronze Age collapse, and taking cat flaps to the next level.
Looking at what Brooklyn used to be like, examining the architecture of Chinatown(s), and digging deep in ancient cities.
Running and climbing and running in mud, the horrific-ness of drinking the Kool-Aid, and the history behind various London locations.
The thin line between classic and modern in the Greek capital, why getting older makes you want to run more, and trying out a Wu specific podcast.