Readings for Lunch — [ 15 Jun 2018 ]

Hair ice (also known as ice wool or frost beard) is a type of ice that forms on dead wood and takes the shape of fine, silky hair. Scientists identified the fungus Exidiopsis Effusa as key to the formation of hair ice. The fungus shapes the ice into fine hairs through an uncertain mechanism and likely stabilizes it by providing a recrystallization inhibitor similar to antifreeze proteins. (Wikipedia)


You have the right to remain silent

Here’s a story about how subtly things that seem “good” can also be harmful. What might our Miranda rights be for software?


Advanced React Component Patterns

Kent C. Dodd has updated his comprehensive list of useful coding patterns (requires paid membership, but it's worth every penny).