One problem with a small distrubted team and async comms, when you are on a roll & need feedback, easy to lose momentum & focus waiting.
Haven’t stepped foot in a kitchen in over a year but had a kitchen nightmare last night. Now I’m afraid this is what death will be like.
I know CSS frameworks get a bad rap, but I’m enjoying using http://bulma.io. Clean, well documented, not too heavy handed. 👍
Not sure why it took so long, but I am totally drinking the Gulp kool-aid. Like, where has it been my whole life?
Amidst the rancour and assault on an open media, I found this to be a refreshing respite.
Yet in an era of fake news, overheated partisanship and general rancor, Mr. Mazza seems unfailingly earnest and without an agenda — aside from trying to become a reporter, with his own notion of what that means.
He’s 19 and has always wanted to be a reporter. We should all take a step back and remember the importance of what that means.
Sure, it may have been a softball question, but remember, Senator Chuck Grassley has been tweeting at the @POTUS account asking when it was going to be open (among other things), so there was a angle there. He either avoided it or didn’t know about it. Would have been a good way to tie the two together.
Maybe when he gets another chance.
Pretty sure now that I more know what I want out of my #indieweb WordPress site, I’m going to rewrite the theme from the ground up.
Can’t recall ever seeing a #Tampa restaurant show up in a NY Times (mini) review https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/17/travel/tampa-restaurant-on-swann.html?partner=rss&emc=rss
If I was in charge of a media org, I would skip the campaign rally on Saturday. Complete blackout of a political event.
Not sure I’ve really learned to process dreams with friends who are dead (in real life, not died in the dream). Thanks for hanging out Rick…
Finally made the switch to @GitKraken as my primary GUI. Dont @ me.
That feeling when you have $work to do, but all you want to do is build a bot.
I think Mike Pence should be forced to carry Flynn full term.
We used to call that and NYE amateur night when I cooked professionally
Really would like to get into a serious rotisserie league this year. Anyone have an opening?
Who’s got the best waffle recipe? I vaguely remember an overnight recipe, but don’t remember who wrote it. @TheFoodLab?
No, you have goosebumps from that Tribe Called Quest performance.
Glad rest of the world is going to find out that @SturgillSimpson is the real deal.
What did you do today to take care of yourself? Thanks @kittenwithawhip
Quick test of micropub->blog->bridgy as next itch to scratch is better mobile posting.
Maybe not a deer in the headlights, but woefully unprepared.
Watching the Senate confirmation votes is like watching a rerun of yesterday’s lottery drawing…just hoping you read your ticket wrong.
Props to @rogerjohansson for having the earliest reference I have to flexbox – 2011!!<http://www.456bereastreet.com/archive/201103/the_css3_flexible_box_layout_flexbox/
Not sure what my TV is telling me, was on CSPAN when power went out, came back on the end of Raging Bull. “I coulda been a contender…”
Your Honor, I know punching Nazis is wrong. I have been counseled.
While watching Senate debate cabinet confirmations, I often picture their heads exploding due to uttering one too many liness of bullshit.
Anyone know off hand how to get @AtomEditor to use the beta version for the command line, i.e.
Politics these days can be numbing. Take 4 minutes & listen to the new @davidbazan track & feel Care for a minute http://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2017/02/07/513771789/new-mix-future-islands-the-black-angels-jacaszek-more
As I write this at 11:30pm, Cory Booker is speaking on the Senate floor. The Democrats have been holding the floor since noon today, and intend to do so until the 24 hour debate period ends. I’ll be honest, I’m not an expert on Senate rules, I find them to be back room voodoo, albeit steeped in tradition. Either way, the Senate Democrats drew a line in the stand on this nomination. Conceivably because there have been 2 Republicans(Murkowski and Collins) already voice their decision to not vote for DeVos, the thinking is it might be possible one more stands up to right wing nominee.
What stands out to me, and I’ve had the luxury of following the hearings, debates and floor speeches, that not one Republican has been able to articulate an argument for DeVos. All I’ve heard from them is “Obama got his nominees…had 9 confirmations by this point…”. But not one solid argument for her, her philosophies or her experience to ably manage the Department of Education. Sure, they’ve thrown out, “she loves children”, but that doesn’t make her qualified to lead a Cabinet level department of the United States or play a primary role in shaping public education.
Even Sessions, who I disagree with on practically every issue, could be argued as qualified to lead a department. Hell, even CEO Tillerson has the practical experience to lead a huge department and the background to lead large scale negotiations. (I simply disagree on principles that they should be in the respective offices.) So why are the Republicans standing so pat for DeVos? Spite?
Unfortunately, it most likely all about the money.
You know how some people save a bottle of favorite beverage for special occassion? For me it was Foce Awakens. Pretty happy with my decision