🏞 ISO 8601: Date format

XKCD #1179 (source) Public service announcement: Our different ways of writing dates as numbers can lead to online confusion. that’s why in 1988 iso set a global standard numeric date format. This is the correct way to write numeric dates: 2013-02-27

πŸ”— ColorADD — A code for the colour blind

ColorADD β€” A code for the colour blind Using five simple graphic symbols that represents each of the three Primary Colors (Cyan, Yellow and Magenta), plus Black and White, allows through a logical β€œmental game”, an overall Color interpretation, for ALL!