Code golfing is a game where programmers compete to write functionality in as few bytes as possible; it’s popular, especially among backend languages with lots of clever syntax, like Python, but I’ve never been particularly interested in it.
It turns out that you can build some pretty robust stuff in less than 1 KB! Forget your modern JS frameworks—here’s a game where you dodge moons; here’s an ambient music sequencer!
An old story from YouTube, 10 years ago, about why the weight of the web page you're sending over the wire actually matters.
Disassembling and then reassembling a 2015 MacBook Pro is easier than I thought.