Starting July 16, the cost of using Google Maps at scale will increase substantially, so perhaps it's no coincidence that Apple quietly introduced MapKit JS amidst last week's Worldwide Developers Conference. It's very possible that I'm missing a key assumption or two in this modeling, but if the pricing differences are even close to the scenario presented above, we are witnessing a tectonic shift in maps as service.
Last Thursday I activated Gutenberg and the Classic Editor on OnwardState.com. Since Friday just over half of the 33 posts published have gone through the Gutenberg editor. In that time I have started to gather some feedback about the editorial experience. Note that I did this without any documentation of the tool, I just switched it to be the default and waited to see what happened.
It's black history month and as I was listening to music this morning, I looked up the history of Elizabeth Cotton. She deserves a shoutout.
Meet Elizabeth Velora Elwell.
A 2009 visit to the Barnes Museum in Lower Merion introduced me to Rousseau, whose style I instantly adored and whose story I came to respect.
I wanted to share my experience with composer workflow on Pantheon.
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