Want to get through today
Code 4 Tampa Bay open hack @tampabayWaVE
I’m a little late to this new Hiss Golden Messenger record, but damn it’s beautiful.
In no particular order, the things I’m hoping to accomplish remotely during IWC Austin https://www.eventbrite.com/e/indiewebcamp-austin-2017-tickets-39918084064
What are your IndieWeb plans this weekend?
Can we all agree that if you are buying this $500 wine decanting device you need to reevaluate your priorities https://www.brevilleusa.com/products/the-sommelier?variant=1047459102748
Getting a case of FOMO about this weekend’s IndieWebCamp in Austin. I highly recommend going if you are in the area and have the time. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/indiewebcamp-austin-2017-tickets-39918084064
After reading this 11 year old post on Continous Integration, I want to build a “rubber chicken” bot that prevents merging until tests are done. http://www.jamesshore.com/Blog/Continuous-Integration-on-a-Dollar-a-Day.html
Secret feature I like in Micro.blog’s WordPress import: if your blog photos are no longer online, it hits the Internet Archive to look for a copy there. Why open APIs are good. → 2017/12/04 12:53 pm
UNEARTHED | Michael Pollan recently repeated the assertion that junk food is cheaper because of subsidies. The real reason is something else.
Interesting look at how farm subsidies probably don’t contribute that much to to the cost of cheap junk food. But by that logic we should do away with them altogether.
The biggest downside I’m seeing here is that there is no native first-party iOS client. Because the taskpaper file format is simply a set of rules around how to mark up a plaintext file, though, I could use something like Drafts or iA Writer for my mobile needs
I’d take a look at Editorial for an iOS app that supports TaskPaper tasks as well as text editor. I have also used Taskmator for iOS. I’m looking at a new workflow now that will use TaskPaper again.