I’m enjoying the techwontsave.us/ podcast series at the moment.

My initial response was “well, I know it’s all a broken”, but it’s been good to hear things restated and framed concisely, and that being nagged that it’s all broken isn’t a bad thing for those of us in this industry.

I've reached the point in my life where I want a 🤦‍♀️ key on my keyboard, given the frequency with which I use it

PSA: it’s OK to make tiny positive changes that don’t solve huge problems in one go.

I often forget to report back when things go perfectly smoothly and just work, so

a number of months ago I set up a bitwarden server and swapped all my password management duties to it, away from the commercial service I'd been using, and it's been a pleasure beginning to end, honestly.

I just used @aral 's sitejs in anger (I had to quickly set up an https test server for a static site I was trying to debug), and it just works like magic.

Many thanks Aral!

Wrote to my MP, though it feels pretty unlikely to have any impact.

Realising for things on Band Camp I'm probably going to be forced back to ripping CDs, as many bands don't sell their own digital things outside the big three (Amazon, Apple, Google).

Has anyone attached a CD drive to an rPi and made an auto ripper?

I wrote up a neat trick I picked up from last week: how to develop your webservice locally in a production like environemnt without a lot of tedious service management:

digitalflapjack.com/blog/2020/

hi folks. i'm writing a tracker software and i need an appropriately lofi 80s pixel art logo. hmu if you're a pixel artist looking for commissions!

(boosts appreciated)

Out the house for my run before 6am so I can catch an
talk before 7am. Younger me would be equal parts disappointed and disgusted :)

My old wifi base station is sickly - any recommendations for a replacement? I don't need a router or anything beyond wifi. We live in an old house, so anything with brick busting would be good ;)

I spotted a bug in some code I wrote and added the unit tests like I should have done in March.

March 2009. 🤦‍♀️

The realisation that I used my wide-angle lens way more than I realised

mynameismwd.org/index.php?id=1

Last night I saw an eerie thing: a dozen plus satellites silently moving overhead in procession, like a space train. I’ve seen satellites in the sky before, but seeing them all move in lock step was weird somehow.

flic.kr/p/2iShQVM

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