Toxic Chemicals in Non-Stick Cookware and Phoenix Window Manager

Summary of my bookmarked videos and Github repositories from May 22nd, 2023


  • Who knew non-stick came with toxic chemicals 🧪 #shorts #stainlesssteel #nonstick #chemical

    In this short video, the content creator demonstrates how to season a stainless steel pan to make it non-stick. They advise heating the pan, adding oil with a high smoke point (such as coconut oil), and allowing it to cool down. The benefits of using stainless steel pans are highlighted, emphasizing their ability to withstand high temperatures without releasing toxic fumes. The video concludes with a test to determine if the pan is indeed non-stick.

Github repositories

  • kasper/phoenix

    Phoenix is a lightweight macOS window and app manager that can be scripted with JavaScript, including languages that compile to JavaScript like TypeScript. It offers customizable configuration, keyboard shortcuts, and system event bindings. Users can control screens, spaces, mouse, apps, and windows, as well as log messages, deliver notifications, and run external commands. Phoenix requires macOS 10.14 or higher and can be installed by dragging and dropping the app into the Applications folder or using Homebrew. It provides documentation, examples, and a changelog for developers interested in contributing to the project.