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How Googlers are making unseen disability visible at work

October 17th, 2021

Five years ago, I discovered that I had left temporal epilepsy, a condition that causes unprovoked seizures. To manage it, I was prescribed medication. While the medication controls brain activity, the downside was experiencing fatigue, long sleep cycles, anxiety, and nausea. What made the journey harder was knowing that my struggle with this condition had…

HLTH: Building on our commitments in health

October 17th, 2021

Tonight kicked off the HLTH event in Boston that brings together leaders across health to discuss healthcare’s most pressing problems and how we can tackle them to improve care delivery and outcomes. Over the past two years, the pandemic shined a light on the importance of our collective health — and the role the private…

Bonsai Browser

October 13th, 2021

Web-browser for research that helps programmers think clearly. With Bonsai, rather than being like, I’m going to go use my web browser now, you hit Option + Space and it brings up a browser. It’s either full-screen or a very minimal float-over-everything window. You can visually organize things into Workspaces. I can see it is…

Happy 5th birthday, Google Assistant!

October 13th, 2021

We launched Google Assistant five years ago — and back then, it sometimes felt a bit strange to ask our devices for help. Now, digital assistants are part of daily life for millions of people around the world. In fact, Google Assistant has helped answer billions of questions, send millions of messages, make millions of…

Jekyll doesn’t do components? Liar!

October 8th, 2021

I like the pushback from Katie Kodes here. I’ve said in the past that I don’t think server-side languages haven’t quite nailed “building in components” as well as JavaScript has, but hey, this is a good point: 1. Any basic fragment-of-HTML “component” you can define with JSX in a file and then cross-reference as <MyComponent key=”value”…

Delivering 10,000 security keys to high risk users

October 8th, 2021

There is no shortage of news around targeted cyber attacks that are deliberately aimed at high profile individuals and groups. At Google, we have an entire team dedicated to detecting and stopping the world’s most sophisticated cybercriminals, and we have spent years working on advanced security solutions, like our Advanced Protection Program (APP), that users…

Scroll Shadows With JavaScript

October 5th, 2021

Scroll shadows are when you can see a little inset shadow on elements if (and only if) you can scroll in that direction. It’s just good UX. You can actually pull it off in CSS. Except… it just doesn’t work on iOS Safari. It used to work, and then it broke in iOS 13, along…

The Month in WordPress: September 2021

October 5th, 2021

There’s a lot of tolerance in open source software for shipping slightly imperfect work. And that’s good. When we ship software that’s a little bit imperfect, it makes it clear how everyone can participate, how everyone could participate, if they could find this WordPress community that supports the CMS. That was Josepha Haden on the…

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