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.
If you’re not trying to pad a resume, one of the best kept secrets to being quick with a computer is to just use “complete” programs/primitives.
Unfashionable programs with low ecosystem churn that allow quickly and predictably producing similar quality software/architecture as modern high churn ecosystems are “complete”, .
sometimes it’s amusing to stumble upon the latest centralization/decentralization debate. You could argue technically against centralization, , and censorship until you’re blue in the face.
Decentralization is pretty much a solved technical problem, but for very special non–technical reasons everything only gets more centralized from this point onwards :-)
is really really good for robust usage of
Nix/NixOS. I stumble upon it every so often.
Another excellent blog is
“How to Learn Nix” which
explores in excruciating detail the painful parts of
nix and its
documentation. Discovered that one recently.
If you’re curious as to why I’m mostly just pulling Bing Images, well… it’s one of the more broken feeds. The feed from web.dev is a good reference too, but Bing guarantees one image a day. This allows slowly coming to terms with my poorly written and inefficient templates.
Ave Maria refactor and rewrite. Added some cute icons to the article metadata in the process.
One reason my web traffic statistics are public is to demonstrate why having a website might not be worth your while. Sometimes I’m asked to make a website/application but the person asking is none the wiser on Internet trickery and deception.
You think you want a website, but what you’re really looking for is marketing (network effects) for your product or skill set. It’s great when a sad ending is averted.
what a nice day.
Just about almost done rewriting the of my main blog just the way I like it. Bulma was a good CSS framework. Fun times..
has always been quite the clever trick for navigating sufficiently small sites.
This site uses it to scroll switch pages, and
portable.fyi gets clever with visibility
switching. Do it just right and no one notices unless they “inspect the