Version 3.6.3 of Simple Location has been released. This adds Aaron Parecki’s Compass server as a location provider. Location providers in Simple Location look up the current location of the user. As I write this, I realize that I set it up to globally look up the location, and I could make it, ...
#indieweb is excellent & the solution we've needed for ages. @t & @zeldman great podcast.— Vuild (@vuildco) April 6, 2019
Subtle, but listen to the end.@ChrisAldrich flawless WP tutorial. Worked for Gutenberg too (with plugin).
I added to a couple of sites, but I'm doing lots asap.
It was a great little podcast episode.
1992: There are 8 websites. they do nothing— John Miguel McCauley (@Mickey_McCauley) April 3, 2019
1999: There are 5 million websites dedicated to every conceivable interest or curiosity
2019: There are 8 websites. they do nothing, but you must be on them continuously in order to exist
I haven't found a digital planner that can properly deal with how often I hop timezones. Sometimes you just have to stick to paper. Most planners are so big that I don't want to take them with me, so I'm very happy I found this stick planner in Japan! Finally I have a planner that I'll actually toss in my travel bag!
I’m really getting into this embroidery thing!
Right now I can’t think of anything more hipster than playing a lacroix can with chopsticks and recording it with an SM57 for a solarpunk electro track that features homemade modular synthesizers
It always feels good to catch up with #indieweb. I don't know why. Probably because I'm 100% sure the people I'm subscribed to are real.
Twitter will never understand this. Everyone may be a bot. Including your friends...
You don’t know how liberating this feels. (yes, I backed up 13 years of cruft first) screen shot of pinboard.in with all bookmarks & tags removed.