They say I can run Nushell on Windows. Let's try that.
A day of Hugo and cat-sitting
Getting my second brain ready for post-processing
Specifically, building `main.scss` when `_base.scss` changes
It's not done, but it's done enough
Figuring out just enough markdown-it-py to write this post
But first a couple others as I figure this out
I only golfed it the tiniest bit
Because structured Markdown is an easier SSG target than reStructuredText
Okay maybe not so much on the profit but definitely fun!
Spent the day goofing off with Mastodon.py
testing a python remote plugin for quicker reStructuredText in Hugo
In which a minor update veers off on a Raku regex tangent
Why mess with getopt when I can just use multi-dispatch?
I sure do use a lot of words to justify my one-liners
Hugo's fine but I needed to try something new
(Oh yeah this is Statamic)
Managing notes with Joplin's terminal mode
Just name-dropping site generators
Linea needs a time tracker
just a note, but too long to post as a note
Want to see something cool?
Found via my quarterly "Sublime Text 4" web search
I'm just glad I finished them
Weaving code in Hugo posts with Julia
Don't get impressed yet
In which I sort out which tmux session is which
Fetching my IndieWeb mentions with HTTPie and Requests
I could just use Org mode, but noo that's too easy
Putting a couple how-to details down for easy searching later
This was mostly an excuse to get better with PowerShell
Trying out another windows package manager
Am I reinventing reStructuredText with shortcodes? Don't judge me.
I killed some redirects for accessibility and likes
Rakudobrew changed its name since last I looked
Stuff like this is why i don't advertise my site repo
I had entirely too much fun replacing my site metadata script with sqlite-utils
I remain ambivalent about Rails development
I made a priority task to cut down on the priority tasks, and here we are
at 1:30am they're all good ideas
In which I go overboard with Hugo and Python for a quick Sunday task
I could right click for properties but the mouse is way over there
Getting Control and Escape keys where I want them
Using microformats to build a profile page
Twenty seconds to write a one-liner, and two days to think about it
I think I found my PDF reader for Windows
Can't let our dystopian sci-fi setting stop us
I tried something new with my site style.
I got to know the Python `invoke` task runner a little better.
I needed a YouTube shortcode for Nikola, so I adapted Hugo's.
Use `goto-address-mode` to make links in Emacs buffers clickable
If you're making a site for fun, use something you'll have fun with
I got carried away taking notes about basic RST usage
In which I play with another site builder
Apt spells "emacs core docs" as "emacs-common-non-dfsg".
I swear I'm not reinventing `ls`.
Been busy, but let's take a minute to summarize a file's details with [Crystal](https://crystal-lang.org/)
Just declared `.emacs` bankruptcy. Starting over with `use-package`.
In which I rediscover `make && make test && make install`
In which I write a hair spray recipe and *then* share the story
In which I spent Sunday having fun learning stuff
In which I mention more ways to edit Taskwarrior tasks
In which I use Crystal for a simple shell task
In which I spend a month on a fifteen minute doodle
In which I suggest a password generator
I want to optimize this site's file sizes, but first I should see if I need to.
I installed kitty for font ligatures in terminals on Linux, but it does other stuff too.
`bat` is like a fancier `cat` for displaying file contents.
There's a new taxonomy for posts that are written in a particular order!
Yeah I know. That's not what "teabagging" is.
Use Taskwarrior projects to organize closely related tasks!
I want a circular grid for drawing. Let's make one with Python!
I continue building my hat knitting knowledge!
I made another hat! This time I learned how to make a hemmed edge.
Take a deep breath. Relax. You got this.
The beorg iOS app has me playing with Org mode again
Last weekend I wandered the trails of Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park
I sauntered up the main trail of Mount Si this weekend.
Yes, they look like that on purpose.
I knitted myself a slightly silly stocking cap which I quite enjoy.
I'm not done reading a book until I finish the exercises. Taskwarrior can help me remember.
beets and AppleScript helped me fix my incorrect track information
Some simple first steps with the Perl 5 Dancer2 web framework
Ed Finkler's OSMI project
Took me a couple months because I started a pair for my mom in the middle of making this pair.
Using Python to preview my Hugo site with many themes
Brian ponders midlife and plutoids
I Rebuilt Random Geekery with Hugo
I started writing about PNWPHP but got distracted and added "Suggested Reading" to my posts instead.
I can write Jekyll posts with reStructuredText now.
I have been looking at PHP for the first time in years. I don't know why.
I like this one. Stretching myself with each picture is starting to look interesting.
Another Zentangle practice. This time I mixed in a couple of minor Celtic design elements.
Trying to get back into the habit of drawing regularly.
I nearly wrote a script that transfers my iTunes ratings to Rhythmbox. Instead I used Edgar Salgado's version of iTunesToRhythm.
Use site.show_drafts in your template to keep site development from cluttering analytics
In which I try out Jekyll's experimental Collections
I am slowly learning more about how to use Atom for real work.
Experiments with the Octopress Jekyll extension bundle
Because I made them for my ex, and we split on friendly terms
More new old pages
The really old pages are now really old posts
Using Ruby to summarize my iTunes music ratings
Perl CPAN modules to simplify file cleanup
An experiment with using Org mode to write Jekyll blog posts.
A package manager for Windows
A quick confession about learning how to learn
Using Ruby to track my verbosity
Customizing Perl Reply and using -Mojo
I know. I'm fickle.
Marking a change in domain name
Think of it as Step Zero for the other Python tutorials.
A design experiment figuring out what a local homeless shelter needs to track chores.
One time when I revamped my old site
Installing and first steps with Perl
A short series of posts I wrote on doing moderately interesting ruby exercises.
circa 2003, at least.
In which I attempt to explain value types
In which I visit folks waiting to see "Attack of the Clones"
The coolnamehere 'about' page
Before the basics