1. Essentially, my previous design had reached local maximum, so I’m going back to basics.

    I’ve decided it’s important that styling doesn’t fight or contradict markup, so I’m hoping that adding it progressively only where it is needed will make my code more maintainable.

  2. Got a lot of work done on my publishing software today. This is in preparation to using it on a friend’s site, then releasing all the components into the public. Exciting stuff!

  3. …and with a mere ~160 lines of code changed (including very little markup), I am much, much happier with the overall aesthetic.

  4. Decided I’m sick of my current site design, but that with a few very small changes I can make it look a whole lot better. Woo design iteration!

  5. Aaron Parecki: Looking at #opensource alternatives to Google Analytics. Anybody tried http://t.co/JCWexJnD or... #indieweb http://t.co/GKonCjpC

    Aaron Parecki I use and enjoy Piwik. Real-time analytics is great and the API can be really useful too. In fact I don’t use it as much as I’d like to.

  6. FInally, I have some relatively sensible pagination. /notes returns last 10 days by default, single days can be specified with ?day=YYYY-MM-DD or ?day=YYYY-DDD

  7. Analytics reporting one visitor refreshing the top sites preview page over two thousand times. It’s not even that good!

  8. Was planning to add support for HTTP-DNT to my site. Found that safari sends DNT even when you explicitly deselect it. Aborting.

  9. Implemented #microformats 2 on my site. Conflicted about redundant classnames, but mf2 likely to have greater longevity

  10. I can’t build an #indieweb backfeed system that uses Facebook because I’m under 18. That is protecting my privacy? Crap.