I was perusing the comments under the article about a new ultra-wide 3440 x1440 monitor, and this comment sparked a side thought:
[...] I'd consider taking one of these displays and turning it 90 degrees so I can see more of my code at once without scrolling.
This made me think, as monitors have gotten bigger, maybe a certain couple of old programming rules of thumb need to be restated, in terms of something else that is:
1) Wrap your lines of code at 80 columns, and
2) A function generally should not be more than a screenful in length.