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Bookmarked Social Timelines: Life Lost on the Curated Projections of Other People’s Lives?.

Time spent reading social timelines is time lost. Scrolling through a timeline is time consumed by the curated projections of other people’s lives, which are absorbed wholly and only at the cost of living your own. Or, to put it another way: time spent on timelines amounts to time spent not living your life.
Social Timelines: Life Lost on the Curated Projections of Other People’s Lives? by James Shelley (jamesshelley.com)
I’m looking for agreement, disagreement, or reflections on the following proposition: Time spent reading social timelines is time lost. Scrolling through a timeline is time consumed by the curated projections of other people’s lives, which are absorbed wholly and only at the cost of living your ...

The solution is to add an XML namespace for the xlink prefix.

<svg viewBox="0 0 200 200" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" version="1.1" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink">
 <symbol id="circ"><circle cx="100" cy="100" r="100"/></symbol>
 <use xlink:href="#circ"/>
</svg>

Source: <href> in SVG | Parallel Transport

in SVG by Kartik PrabhuKartik Prabhu (kartikprabhu.com)
While creating an animated SVG logo for indietech.rocks we ran into a strange problem where the SVG would display in some browsers and not in others. The issue is the different ways browsers handle XML — yes SVG is XML! So here is the problem and its solution.

Phylo is a project that began as a reaction to the following nugget of information: Kids know more about Pokemon creatures than they do about real creatures*. We think there’s something wrong with that. Apparently, so do many others.

Certainly true in my  house. Looking forward to playing this with Max when he gets older.

PHYLO: THE TRADING CARD GAME (PHYLO: THE TRADING CARD GAME)
Phylo is: (1) a card game that makes use of the wonderful, complex, and inspiring things that inform the notion of biodiversity; (2) an exercise in crowd sourcing, open access, and open game development; and (3) FREAKIN’ AWESOME!