Interesting things from the web – Week 15 of 52

14 yellow trapezoids, one orange trapezoid, 37 purple trapezoids

First of all I would like to ask you to take care of yourselves better than I did. Get enough sleep because sleep deprivation isn’t good for humans and drink enough fluids.

Now let’s get to business. Yesterday I participated in #axschat on twitter again after a very long time. One thing that caught my eye was a Toolkit by Jobs Accommodation Network. It’s designed for both employers and employees and gives advice how to improve work lives of disabled employees.

Copying anything from web is risky, in this post you can read about identifying a person who blindly copies text from the web.

I don’t like React very much but I am interested in state management, Moritz Kröger wrote on SitePoint an article about Redux and Vanilla JavaScript.

Jocelyn K. Glei wrote an article about productivity arguing that productivity is about what you don’t do.

Autistic people are aware about themselves and others around but for some weird reason it took researches a really long time to acknowledged that. A post on Spectrum News talks about self-assessment for Autistic people.

Recently I listened Hurry Slowly podcast episode 24 about going back to analog solutions.

Currently reading

Sarah J. Maas: The Assassin’s Blade