Looking at the covid numbers in Massachusetts (https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america/massachusetts),
our state has made enviable progress in reducing deaths since mid-April.
However, we are somewhat plateaued at where the disease was April 1.
Put another way, without PPE and state-mandated closures, MA could see covid deaths soar back to its peak levels in about 2-3 weeks.
Man, I really have come to love using Bear as a text editor on iOS.
There is a lot of competition for editors on the desktop,
but Bear feels just right on mobile.
Excellent work, Team Bear.
Long-time reader; first time commenter.
I am concerned that your algorithm may cause integer overflows
even on 64 bit hardware.
Are you single-handedly attempting to move the industry to more
quickly adopt 128 bit CPUs?
I'll take my answer of the air. Thanks.
So, you **can** create a text file from Dropbox directly!
But it’s not a great editor. Good, perhaps, for quick, dumb notes, like this one.
I’d give it 3/5 stars for plerd-purposes. As in “editor of last resort.”
#plerd #editors #dropbox
Indie web suffers from sparse of documentation.
These efforts are welcome.
Next, we need better tools for non-techies.
Getting into fights on Twiiter? Why that’s my brand, man.
I fixed the DOM, I hope. Cheers.
Twenty Five Thousand.
That's the number of tweets and tweets I produced for Twitter since 2008.
More than enough words to have written a book instead.
I am appalled.
As a further commitment to slow thinking, I backed down the cadence of my plerd to check for new posts/notes every 3 minutes.
There is nothing that urgent that I write that cannot wait for three minutes to publish.
I just don't know how exciting this note is.
Also, there is just too much formating with the in-reply things.
Strip that, jjohn.
I have whim installed on taskboy.com. The installation was straight-forward.
Configuring apache’s reverse proxy was more challenging, since I do not do that often.
Start using this https://goaccess.io/ to monitor web traffic, which is what I used to do in the late 90s with perl and other tools.
This version has a cute ncurses interface and is written in go.
is working out well for my plerd needs.
Actually sprang for a subscription (renting software is terrible
but it’s a naughty world and devs gotta eat).
This plerd fork turned into a substantial rewrite.
What I feared would be a week of work is closer to that
of a month.
Still wrapping my head around microformats and web mentions.
Mostly there conceptually, but how to implement this with my
plerd is going to take some trial and error.
I regress a little into posting twice on Twitter this week.
I REGRET NOTHING
Not very exciting, I know. But some note had to be first.