“The problem arises when the platforms of the internet take mini learning frustrations and elevate them to the public sphere where… someone can have them validated and encouraged and re-enforced, and they stay in that comfort zone and don’t venture out further.”
Many frustrations with CSS come from unexpected behavior when we ask it to do conflicting things. Part of this stems from not fully understanding the default behavior, and how our code might fight against that.
We finished a re-watch of all six seasons of Community last night (though it was our first time seeing season 6, since it originally only appeared on a weird Yahoo streaming service). Such a phenomenal show. And the final episode was the perfect way to end it.