The dictionary and thesaurus are among my most used tools. Easy to install and use offline on any device — no search engine required. I just also realized that my most used offline tools are not in my blog post about programming without the Internet..
Hmm, this theme now coerces hugo into
generating/bootstrapping authors from the site configuration file. The test
result? @nobody. Might be an
Data mounting operates a bit strangely underneath the hood though,
this issue (
~2yrs) might be one
to watch, but not too sure.
Time is generous. I don’t use/follow social media, so if this micro blog ever interfaces with a headless there’ll be a constant deluge of posts.
Perhaps it might be an interesting experiment to document and wire in every
driven headless CMS
available. It’s about time to put NixOS through its proper
paces. How many heads can one fit onto this body or is it the other way round?
It’s just an
API after all.
Ever wonder how some writers become very prolific? Hire a bunch of freelancers… Okay – I’m being a bit facetious, but having a proper drafts workflow is one important factor. The more drafts started, the more chances there are for completion.
Drafts on this static micro blog are somewhat in a sensible state now. My drafts are public since I’m too lazy to separate my content from the demo content.