I'm building a radio telescope in my back yard, along with a few dozen teams across the country. With an upside down pyramid of aluminium cladding taped to a sawn-off olive oil tin wired to a USB TV tuner, we'll be able to figure out the rough shape of the galaxy.
Ignore everything you've ever been told about measurements and metadata being separate.
You get the best benefit out of a system like Honeycomb by shoving all the measurements and all the metadata into the same event.
If you set up PurgeCSS with Tailwind CSS as documented, you'll purge the resets for elements you then style later. If you purge only when NODE_ENV=production, your prod builds will look different from your dev builds.
I'm rebooting my blog again. It's been on and off since, well, the dawn of blogging. Lucky timing. Long story.
This time, I'm trying a different stack based on
the Hugo static site generator, Tailwind CSS, and stripped back styles.