Another wandering soul screaming into the void. If you are looking for my blog you are in the wrong place. The profile and header pictures are brought to you by @cdd20.
Words and identifiers are at most substitutes for intangibles that cannot be expressed. The power of naming matters more than the name itself.
Am I cool now? :)
“The name that can be named is not the eternal name.” Lǎozi, The Chinese Monist Philosopher
“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet.” William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, Act II. Scene II.
compilation is fun to watch.
Here’s what hugo’s
--debug output for this blog looks
like right now. Rendering takes about
25 seconds on an old laptop. The
linearity is easy to see, but that’s the least of my problems ;-)
Remember when it was thought that all combustible materials consist of two parts? Phlogiston and dephlogiston (calx). Goodness, someone today just made me remember the most random thing from chemistry history (from when I was in school).
the ‘best current practice’ category of beats any blog post you can read for a topic. For example, I recently got tired of my domain host’s flakiness and did my own thing.
I couldn’t fully remember how serial
numbers worked for secondaries and
2182 showed me the
money real fast. The alternative is sludging through multiple
of ad spam.
It’s unusual, but my favorite part of blogging is coming up with the most boring and anti–clickbait titles possible. In another life, I’d be an undercover agent.
Most software, framework, and programming debates online reduce to disputes over company or personal preferences — mindshare. Technical and architectural debates are rare — those fights are the most interesting because that’s the important part, at least .
cgit is good. I’ve added
a small note
on using git maintenance with
I’ve noticed that attacks are becoming commonplace on my domain hosting provider’s name servers (Porkbun).
Looks like they’ve migrated over to Cloudflare to remedy the situation, but the migration was wonky.
In the end, having full programmatic control over dns records, transfers, and
zones is priceless. So… with a few glue records and zone files — my
dns is now back under my control with
Kiwi Browser (
download) is a Chromium
derivative on Android that can directly expose the built–in dev tools on device.
is my preference, but it makes quick
I’ve returned from the depths of The Fediverse
I’ll play around with this
stolen idea for a bit. Audio reactions
might also be another idea worth exploring.