From the “Shouting into the wind” department: oversized body text is a menace on programming blogs I read. My theory is that these bloggers are running Linux at odd pixel densities (i.e. 1440p laptops) and they can’t read text at normal sizes, so they size everything up as a matter of course. Today I looked at the CSS on one and found “font-size: 1.2rem” which (I’ve now learned) means “make the body text 20% bigger than the reader wants it to be.” Please don’t do this. I might want to read what you have to say, but I often won’t have the patience to adjust my browser to accommodate your questionable life choices.