The full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership has been released, and there has been much discussion about it, some of it a bit misinformed. I decided to take a closer look at the chapter on Intellectual Property. It's an important chapter that governs trademarks, patents, copyrights, and their enforcement (including on the Internet). I am about as far as one can get from being an international trade lawyer, but I believe that I was able to make a reasonable assessment of the section. The language was sometimes difficult, but precise. Here is a summary:
I was recently faced with the challenge of animating a Bezier curve using the data manipulation and visualization library D3.js, which I eventually accomplished for Shopify's live map of orders. We start off with a fairly rudimentary code to generate a spline:
text-stroke is a convenient CSS property that, as of January 2015,
has very limited support on major browsers. This is a bit of a shame since it is highly useful in certain circumstances, such as
overlaying text on top of a background image and still ensuring that it is easily readable.
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