My thesis defense is in a couple weeks. I’ll be defending by video from home! I think the math is really interesting, and I'm looking forward to sharing my dissertation on the arXiv soon after. (Hoping it will be readable and enjoyable.) Will update on Math3ma once it’s all done! pic.twitter.com/67HziSLgHn— Tai-Danae Bradley (@math3ma) March 24, 2020
I was just on a Zoom call that ended automagically after 40 minutes because the organizer was on a free tier. This is the single greatest advance to meeting productivity that I’ve ever seen. Would pay extra for this feature.— Phil Libin (@plibin) March 24, 2020
This is a website that I made about cocktails. I'm not a huge cocktail nerd (drinking is bad, probably), but think that they're cool. And the world's pretty bad right now and making this has been calming.
It gave me a chance to both tinker with technology I usually don't use (Elm), and explore some of the cool properties of cocktails: notably that they're pretty similar and have standardized ingredients, so they can be described in relationship to each other.
So some of it might seem funky. By default, the list is sorted by 'feasibility': as you add ingredients that you have, it'll put recipes that you can make (or barely make) closer to the top. Also, click on 'Grid' for a wacky adjacency grid of cocktails and their ingredients.
Also, for vim fans, there’s j & k support.
compulsively made a thing because my anxiety level is ‘pinned to the fucking roof’, here it is, it’s a cocktail recipe browser built in elm that can do things like show similar recipes and stuff https://t.co/RDjJ0V3aEH pic.twitter.com/GiRIx4huiK
— Tom MacWright (@tmcw) March 16, 2020
So when I went to Amazon this morning I learned that decent, reasonably priced webcams are nearly as hard to find as toilet paper— Ernie Smith (@ShortFormErnie) March 16, 2020
“The sky’s the limit when it comes to ____________, but don’t be tempted by spendy upgrades when you’re just starting out“ is pretty good advice in general when trying something new.https://t.co/LE8nG0jddW— Jack Wellborn (@JackWellborn) March 16, 2020
I would like to add webmention to my blog. And I am testing it out now! Why you should own your content? Because we have full control of our appearance and interaction with people on the internet: No more losing content due to closing of websites No more privacy issues, no more hidden tracking Cause...
In which I build a Linux computer cheap enough to give away
I’ve been working on the Post Kinds plugin for several years now. It allows the enhancement of WordPress posts into the Indieweb types of posts. But in the current environment, the question I keep getting asked is: When will it support Gutenberg, the WordPress block editor? This is something of a ...
It is 160 days since I first noted that I would like to make use of Bise, Jason McIntosh's blog-readership reporter, 118 since I automated downloading the access logs. With half an eye on the project day at IndieWebCamp Austin, time to make good on my promise. Bise expects its log files to be named ...
What a small indieweb. I'm in Austin for IndieWebCamp and another attendee, Brian, is from San Diego and lives in my neighborhood. Another person for the SD meetups! Edit: fixed name and URL, oops!
Using the Webmention and the Semantic Linkbacks plugins you can post events to your WordPress site and others can RSVP from their sites to notify you. Here’s an example of it working on my site: https://boffosocko.com/2017/11/30/virtual-homebrew-website-club-meetup-on-december-13-2017/#comments
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