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Brian Sexton
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Multidisciplinary designer and software developer. Thinker. Writer. Artist. Student of life. Champion of great experiences and personal hygiene. Comic. Runner.
Multidisciplinary designer and software developer. Thinker. Writer. Artist. Student of life. Champion of great experiences and personal hygiene. Comic. Runner.

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Do a great job or don't do the job at all. #excellence #work
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A recent Chrome release—Chrome 58, I think, but possibly not its initial release—seems to have broken alerts in two rather annoying ways, at least on macOS. It no longer seems possible to select text in alerts or to copy text from alerts, rendering as useless utility bookmarklets for things like displaying HTML, Markdown, and wiki links to the current page.

The macOS version of Chrome still has frequent beachballs (it looks like suggestion lookups are blocking the UI), terrible bookmarking (even worse than the also-terrible bookmarking in Chrome for Windows and Linux), and a default print dialog that lacks commonly used functionality of the system-default print dialog. Instead of any of that being addressed, though, we can now add less useful alerts onto the pile. Blah.
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Parental kidnapping loopholes harm children and their families. Fathers, mothers, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and more. Do +Jerry Brown, +Governor Kate Brown, and +Barack Obama even care? #FathersDay
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This seems dumb, evil, or perhaps a mix of both.
The tech industry needs to do more to support diversity. Here's what Google is doing about it: http://g.co/go/aajxv
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We should all be so fortunate as to get this excited about our work. :)
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Teaching HTML & CSS? Use "How to Code in HTML5 and CSS3," a GREAT, FREE book by @varjs. http://howtocodeinhtml.com  
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In case you're not already scared enough of quick-releases...
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