And a year of curious letterforms. Beware the cortical takeover. “I am going to a commune in Vermont and will deal with no unit of time shorter than a season!” Shadows, shadows, shadows. Writing, aritificial intelligence, and divination. And a new typeface by Kris Sowersby. And the FujiFilm X100V. DevTools is a dead end. Abortion as a precondition for justice. And the art of being extremely online. And 15 lines of CSS. Who the what the when the wah? Because I am a bowl of cold pudding. Autopilot no control. And the world of Elden Ring. Or, why not to be famous. And the best new way to manage your fonts. Or, I hate arrows on websites. Or a rant about the stack. A request, not a demand. And holding your blog real close. And a fine, deckle edge. Or the place that all websites go. An illustrated essay. And your least rambly self. We type like hell, and hope that the typing will make us heroes. Half Life redesigned and reimagined. Copy and paste all compliments. And endless thanks. And the work of Alisa Burzic. Violins and pianos all the way. Complain to your mother. Rutherford Craze breaks down the last two years of his type foundry. A handsome comic book in marble. What your design system is and isn’t. He’s back. “...a powerful engine; a powerful argument; a powerful light; a powerful vessel” “The destination is the dictionary.” Sweet, I must say, Christ. I am on track. Success. Eggs! Tell the stars I’m coming. Just when I thought I was out...they pull me back in. It’s one of the many things I love about C. And Nicholas Rougeaux’s extraordinary work. And a family of bubblists. Writing every day is an apple. Open source software, at least. For a new year. This was the best year for CSS yet. And the problem with NFTs.