Everybody please fund this Kickstarter and make my dream unitasking writing machine a reality.
Wrote my first Ruby proc today. Feel like I'm about to start that cycle where I gradually use something more and more until I feel like I've reached a point of excess, then scale back. Anybody else feel like that's the main way you learn good coding style?
I’ve seen introverts defined as people who feel energized by spending time alone, and extroverts as people who feel energized by socializing. I am an introvert and this held true for me when I had a very social job, but now that I have a very individual job, I feel energized by social interaction. I think it’s more correct to say we all have a certain balance of social and alone time that works for us, and we feel energized by whatever we need more of.
Self-hosted Micro.blog users, how do you do Micro Monday? Do you just write @username and it links in Micro.blog? Do you link to their profile by hand so it shows up as a link on your own site? Do you syndicate to Twitter?
I feel like Jian Yang from Silicon Valley, except I want to build an IndieWeb clone of every website. Open Quora, Open Yelp.
Microblogging in Jekyll is a great way to get lots of activity on your GitHub profile if you want to impress people who are impressed by that kind of thing.
Updated my About page with a "This Blog's Stack" section listing all the technologies my site uses.
Now accepting and displaying Webmentions using A WebMention Endpoint and Bridgy. If you reply to this post on Twitter or Micro.blog, it should show up on my site (but it might take a while). Hats off to Pelle Wessman for building two essential pieces of infrastructure that power my site: first my Micropub endpoint, now Webmentions.
I should start keeping a running list of articles that made me feel okay about not knowing trendy technologies. Today, Sarah Mei on MongoDB.