Issue One of an offline-only magazine of commentary, fiction, and poetry that is only viewable when you disconnect from the internet.

Well, they had me at ‘poetry’.

But that wouldn’t stop me from viewing the source, which is a single line of minified HTML. If the site is going to be a built on JavaScript components (that need to be minified for size which is completely legit), why does the HTML also need to be minified? How many bytes will that save? It feels like obfuscation, when it really is just default ‘toolchain behaviour’. HTML development has long reached a point where a HTML/CSS n00b just cannot view-source, copy, and learn anymore.

(Anyway, if you’re a n00b and want to know how they detected the offline state, your convoluted journey of discovery would start here.)