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 .
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
There’s an old article from the developer of NetNewsWire ( reader) that questions the idea of the unread count. You can’t read all the unread — so why entertain a time consuming mythos around that number?
It applies everywhere — What narratives might people create around the
% numbers on GitHub? Do they waste
time thinking/fretting about their mythos? Fun to think about.
Squint hard enough and it sure looks like a command line interface.