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.
A nice thing about following lots of diverse technical feeds is that you’ll always kinda know what’s next. The “next” darling in the realm of front end web development seems to be Next.js? Meanwhile, I’m still messing around with WordPress installs.
parsing feeds is always a pain. Don’t parse feeds inside the template engine kids :-)
The dictionary and thesaurus are among my most used tools. Easy to install and use offline on any device — no search engine required. Just also realized that my most used offline tools are not in my blog post about programming without the Internet..
Why blog? One key reason is for framing offline and organic discussions — they’re the best. Online discussions tend to devolve into “peanut gallery” takes for any range of topics. You can’t know it all, but being in the gallery is fun?
It’s painful to realize that a program’s state is name spaced wrongly/scattered. You’ve then got to either accept the complexity or rewrite select portions + migrate to a more correct data hierarchy. Databases exist to make that easier.
Though, the simplest form of system administration is when you only have to backup/copy state directories from one computer to the next.
Two interesting indie/micro blog repositories.
- GoBlog: Simple blogging system written in Go. Example.
- tally-ho: A micropub speaking blog. Example.
is a solid tactic. No one “inspect elements” every site. Everyone’s a user, even programmers — they won’t know until someone tells them.
I’m actually sleeping…
If the cryptocurrency ecosystem “falls” in on itself, it probably still won’t disappear because it’s almost . It’s how we westerners do things. ;-) Magic is real, but strangely selective?
Very tempted to stick GNU Guix somewhere in my main workflow — Guile Scheme looks interesting. I’m sorta curious as to why people like Lisp languages so much. The plan is to read the reference manual. (yeah… right)