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The Collective #822

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No. 822,  Monday, March 11, 2024   View in browser

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Olá, frontend friends! 👋

Welcome back to our newsletter, where we’ve got another batch of cool stuff lined up for you. In this edition, we’re diving into topics like CSS color palettes, turning iMessages into physical books, and discussing the underappreciation of frontend development. Plus, we’ve got a new build system, a real-time WebGL2 voxel GI solution for the web, and plenty more to explore.

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❓Did you know that…

…the term “spam” for unwanted email or messages actually originates from a famous Monty Python sketch? In the sketch, a group of Vikings repeatedly chants “spam” while a waitress recites a menu in which nearly every item contains spam (the canned meat product). This repetitive and unwanted repetition of “spam” in the sketch mirrors the way unsolicited emails flood and overwhelm inboxes. Hence, the term “spam” was adopted to describe such unwanted electronic communication.

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