Issue 04 - Slow Daily Life#
Cover image from the internet, summer is here, something I really want to do.
Recording down-to-earth front-end and tech content seen every week, selecting and publishing here every Saturday. If you find it good, you can follow this column for convenient update notifications.
Let AI become a virtual anchor: understand bullet screens, speak eloquently, show emotions, and achieve it in a simple way. Your next generation Vtuber, why not?
React Pro Sidebar
A React sidebar component for creating advanced and customizable side navigation, very useful for quickly creating small projects.
A React renderer for threejs.
An introductory tutorial for Solidity, useful for friends who want to get started with web3 development.
A simple React component that makes your headings more readable in different viewport sizes. It improves line breaks to avoid single-word last lines, making the content more "balanced".
A command-line tool that I've heard about for a long time, but only recently tried. It's really good.
A pixel-style monospaced programming font inspired by Minecraft fonts.
Just Take a Look#
"The Long Season"
In the popular TV series "The Long Season," there is a scene where a laid-off female worker accompanies a client in Victoria. When she has free time, she calls her child with leukemia and sings "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." When she returns home at night, her husband rides a tricycle to pick her up from the nightclub, silently acting as a ninja turtle. The man becomes a thug, and the woman becomes a prostitute. In that era, unemployment and medical care were a devastating blow to ordinary people. This drama is also currently in the top 3 of domestic dramas in the blogger's mind, recommended to watch.
[Sci-fi Comic] What Will Happen to Us and GPT in 2027?
A very interesting short film that makes people think about how AI will change our lives in five years.
BiliScope is a Chrome/Edge extension designed for Bilibili. It allows you to easily query detailed information about any appearing UP on Bilibili's web pages.