I and many others have been talking about the lack of knowledge a lot of web developers have of semantic HTML. Divitis. But some of the same dudes that blow off semantic HTML will go ballistic over poorly structured JSON data. Maybe we can trick them.

I’m fortunate to still not worry about a roof over my head or eating, but the strain of not finding a job & the PUA long gone, it’s rough. Can not even begin to imagine what those that don’t have my safety are dealing with. It’s inhumane.

Trying to zoom out a little. Feels like I’ve been looking through the microscope too long. The kicker in this piece from @ishaantharoor is why I think we need to be wary of over hyping everything we see that looks outrageous. <https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2020/10/06/us-election-biden-trump-putin-russia/>

Digital Ocean just launched the product I’ve been waiting for. I’ve been watching their development & new features & now they just rolled them all into a nice package. Will check off a big box. <https://www.digitalocean.com/products/app-platform/>

I’m probably going to regret not taking the dude at the convenience store up on a street fight after I snapped at him for calling the clerk a "Chinese bitch." Mind you he waited until he was far away before he did.

A lot of talk on the interwebs today about spreadsheets vs databases. As with most tech, there is no one size fits all solution, and it’s about the right tool for the job.

You know the cliche, if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.