#Favorite90sCover youtube playlist based on all the links y'all have been sharing:
I have the window open and that's nice.
It's been a rough week and looking like many more rough weeks ahead. That said, a few highlights this week: an online D&D session that went well! Some good time with the kiddo during lunch breaks, and finished the basement enough to start actually cleaning up down there.
not 100% sure if what I'm looking for exists. Do any of you keep coding notebooks of snippets, definitions of internal terms, etc.? Trying to stay organized and looking for something that is not quite a wiki. maybe more features than what I'm doing right now which is a long text file.
Pushed a trivially minor change. We’re off to the races!
Onboarded and trying to dive into a project! Spent the last few hours of my first day trying to get a legacy project to build without errors on my computer, so I think it's going well :)
(when I get all huffy about why it's important that we don't let facebook/twitter/etc. own the means of content production on the web it's because of sites like these.
they have no place in FB's business model and therefore will never be supported by them.)
YES to the design of this 20 year old website:
"If you are not used to linear webpage design, you might want to check out the site map to help you navigate. This main page is long and there are a lot of articles."
CO2 emissions on the web: https://dannyvankooten.com/website-carbon-emissions/ cc @samfirke
Ran across this gif of the animations for a prototype we never finished and it's making me regret it! She Dwarf from https://www.shedwarf.com
Met @swearengen today! He’s much taller than his profile picture.
2020: Eat soup with your neighbors for tomorrow we die.
Soup night reflections: this was an entirely optional activity. There was no one telling us we had to do it. In fact, there were so many reasons not to do it (read: we had to clean a lot and then have strangers come over?!?!).
The interesting parts of life happen in optional experiences though. And reaching out and making space for the people around you is worth it. Will this one night of soup transform our neighborhood? No, but a handful of them might.