with every step relearn how to walk
with every note relearn how to play
with every word relearn how to write
with every bite relearn how to taste
with every blink relearn how to see
with every breath relearn how to live
with every character relearn how to type
it is easier to change your environment than your mind
let repetition amplify small changes
learn how to learn
then relearn it
Wikipedia article of the week: List of Cheeses
Replaced the ink cartridge in my @piratepartyis pen. Thank goodness for (mostly) interoperable ink standards.
Did 26 pushups
Whether or not you like the song, the photos in this video of The Devil Went Down To Georgia are hilarious. There’s even a catbus at the end!
This evening: documented Yahoo! Pipes UI in case of sudden shutdown, built first mockup of web dataflow UI using jsplumbtoolkit.com — really excellent library, exactly the right balance between functionality and framework. It gives you a lot but doesn’t dictate how to use it.
OH “minimum viable hospitality” @hakkavelin
Playing with Yahoo Pipes for the first time. This is the UI I’ve been dreaming of for years. The data sources are bogged down with nasty RSS/ATOM semantics, but that’s mostly irrelevant. The important things:
I made a Pipe to convert #microformats2 h-feed/h-entry markup into RSS from scratch in about 15 mins, having never used the tool before (bear in mind also that this is not a tool built for consuming mf2 data structures): Convert Microformats to RSS. The tiny feedback loop the Pipes tool provides, both in deploying, sharing and debugging, enabled Tantek Çelik to find a bug in his site’s markup.
Again: WHY DOES NO-ONE KNOW ABOUT THIS? If it’s because processing stodgy, outdated, DRY-violating formats is its bread and butter, fair enough. Let’s rebuild this with microformats2.
Sounds like cweiske.de got webmention working — hopefully this’ll get through…