Watching Private Life of Plants, from the year I was born. It has aged well, and remains my favourite Attenborough series.
Checked in at the Old Fort, Hembury whilst mapping the woods to help jwentomologist
Rolled out usage of the
menu element on #taproot. I’m looking forward to more browser support for HTML context menus, that will really open up the possibilities for cross-browser extensions
Pushed some styling improvements to individual note pages as a result of some brainstorming earlier today. Splitting the content into Primary, Contextual, Metadata and Network will give me a solid foundation on which to add more information (e.g. mentions).
One thing I haven’t added is an “actions” section, mainly because of double-click-to-edit. That only applies to the main content, though, and I have some other actions like syndicate to facebook, so I should make a section for those.#taproot #design #todo #web
I propose this law of system personality:
Put a system in a box and it becomes a thing. Give a thing a name and it becomes a product. Give a product a brand/atmosphere and it gains a personality.
“The spirit of the law, not the letter of the law, should be your guide” About Face 2.0
sigh another piece of content ruined by over zealous XML parsing and misguided overuse of
I spent most of this afternoon learning all the different ways in which bits of ebony can break. Thankfully, the great people at the Totnes school of Guitarmaking had enough maple strips in stock for me to use those.
Checked into the Steam Packet Inn for the session/#buzz rehearsal
The second #gurdy back is on after rather a stressful gluing session inside a small, dark shed with candles for light. Now I know a little more about what it must have been like to be a luthier in the Middle Ages.