Because structured Markdown is an easier SSG target than reStructuredText
Okay maybe not so much on the profit but definitely fun!
testing a python remote plugin for quicker reStructuredText in Hugo
In which a minor update veers off on a Raku regex tangent
I sure do use a lot of words to justify my one-liners
Managing notes with Joplin's terminal mode
Just name-dropping site generators
Want to see something cool?
Found via my quarterly "Sublime Text 4" web search
In which I sort out which tmux session is which
Fetching my IndieWeb mentions with HTTPie and Requests
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
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
I think I found my PDF reader for Windows
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".
Just declared `.emacs` bankruptcy. Starting over with `use-package`.
In which I rediscover `make && make test && make install`
In which I spent Sunday having fun learning stuff
In which I mention more ways to edit Taskwarrior tasks
In which I suggest a password generator
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!
Use Taskwarrior projects to organize closely related tasks!
The beorg iOS app has me playing with Org mode again
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
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 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
An experiment with using Org mode to write Jekyll blog posts.
A package manager for Windows
Customizing Perl Reply and using -Mojo