7924 #steps today
8806 #steps today and now making bagels in the middle of the night.
Just pushed the latest, rewritten version of #taproot live!
Trying out note posting on a fresh install of the new #taproot
18314 #steps today
When will these people realise that, having clicked on a recipe permalink from a search engine, the task in my mind is “learn about a recipe”. Viewing an app in the App Store (yep, that’s not even a download button, so there’s another useless step) or going to a completely different website is not going to help me achieve that task.
Then again, neither is writing this note. But it’s good therapy, and works up an appetite for the tasty wraps I’m about to make…
8650 #steps today
Why is structured querying of your personal data important? Self-reflection.
Example in point: seeing what I’ve quoted, from who, about what, and what I’ve said about the quotes. How it’s changed over time. How I talk about it and present it in my personal context. From a technical point of view; how I mark it up.
Twitter does the opposite of this, and encourages us to throw away our history, much less peruse it and learn from it. Facebook aims to present a glorified timeline emphasising the most “important” events in our life. I feel neither are particularly valuable.
12548 #steps today
Unusually large police presence in Reykjavik today (as in, there were 20 of them) and metal fences around Althingi. It seems that even here, new governments are afraid of the people who elected them.
9624 #steps today
Crispin Walker congratulations! So, what’s next?