#TOTD This is a question that a colleague asked me a couple years ago, and it just keeps coming back to me. If one becomes informed about the damage that our meat consumption is causing on the planet, does it become immoral for one to consume meat? Say, if you watch a couple documentaries on Netflix and continue consuming meat, does that make you a bad person? I don't really have an answer. I think about it every time I eat a burger.
Once you know you're doing harm, I do think it's your responsibility to try to do less harm. But I don't think it requires an instant 180 change. Doing better is better than doing nothing.
Yes. It's called the Hypertext Markup Language. My website runs on it and each page is maybe a kilobyte each, plus most browsers since the 90s can render it.
That could be said for many generated static sites as well. Is there still a compelling reason to "roll your own"? Does that reason hold up if you get any more structurally complex than a few pages?