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To anyone who dares to set text-align: center to a <p> or a text block, someone might call the police because that’s barely legal.

In fact, you should go to jail.

I write this so that I can pin it.

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For every time I write something, I tell myself:
“Don’t try to lecture anyone, no one cares about your opinions that much.“

You can share and express, you’ve freewill after all. That’s why a blog is built for.

Never assume people are wrong when their opinions vary.

Never to think you words are “better” and “correct” than anyone.

Never force your opinions on others. No one need you to “force feed” or “plant” those ideas into their brains.

If anyone ever did that, don’t listen.

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Toots aren’t meant forever, at least mine’s. If you wish it to be lasted longer, well, put those words on your own .

It’s too hard to scroll through someone’s timeline. Too hard.

Make it into despite I’m doing a very bad job at that.

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When I was exploring the Fediverse, I found that a lot of websites’ authors set text-align: justify on <p>. I really wish people stop doing that.

The spacing between words becomes uneven and by most of the time the white space is just too wide. We call that River in typography. When you look at the paragraphs, the white space between lines, looks like a river running through text blocks. Not only it looks bad, but affect readability.

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Most people that I followed on mastodon are kind of tech person. Almost 95% of their blog posts or toots that related to code I can understand none of them.

Despite that, the remaining 5% is where I can learn from. There’s always little something you can get inspired from people or find ideas in the writing.

Please, share what you know. It might possibly help someone without you realizing.

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With Figma being acquired by Adobe, it's a good time to look at Penpot, an open source alternative.

And now Penpot have received some funding to continue development:
decibel.vc/test-blog/penpot-a-

(Since it's a Libre version of Figma, I guess we're lucky they didn't call it Ligma.)

I’d love to watch X in the cinemas. But I think it’s not available in my area. I also want to watch Pearl, but seems like it won’t be available here, too.

So, I’m gonna wait for Maxxine. Then I can buy the blu rays Trilogy and binge watch them.

A film trilogy in the same year!

So, I’ve written 75 blog posts now. It’s getting harder and harder every time I want to make updates to the site...bcoz I hand-coded everything.

Yeah.....what if 200 posts? If i can survive that long.

One of our local manga team announced that they’re not able to sustain their comic and has to shut down their production team next year. There are only very few of mangas can survive nowadays.

I only read local, or Japan manga in physical formats. I really don’t like digital.

Because flipping the book is part of the reading experience.

Watched Avatar. ☺️

I’m glad that it’s back in cinemas. Go watch it if you haven’t.

To anyone who dares to set text-align: center to a <p> or a text block, someone might call the police because that’s barely legal.

In fact, you should go to jail.

I write this so that I can pin it.

For every time I write something, I tell myself:
“Don’t try to lecture anyone, no one cares about your opinions that much.“

You can share and express, you’ve freewill after all. That’s why a blog is built for.

Never assume people are wrong when their opinions vary.

Never to think you words are “better” and “correct” than anyone.

Never force your opinions on others. No one need you to “force feed” or “plant” those ideas into their brains.

If anyone ever did that, don’t listen.

Toots aren’t meant forever, at least mine’s. If you wish it to be lasted longer, well, put those words on your own .

It’s too hard to scroll through someone’s timeline. Too hard.

Make it into despite I’m doing a very bad job at that.

Most people that I followed on mastodon are kind of tech person. Almost 95% of their blog posts or toots that related to code I can understand none of them.

Despite that, the remaining 5% is where I can learn from. There’s always little something you can get inspired from people or find ideas in the writing.

Please, share what you know. It might possibly help someone without you realizing.

When I was exploring the Fediverse, I found that a lot of websites’ authors set text-align: justify on <p>. I really wish people stop doing that.

The spacing between words becomes uneven and by most of the time the white space is just too wide. We call that River in typography. When you look at the paragraphs, the white space between lines, looks like a river running through text blocks. Not only it looks bad, but affect readability.

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