I’ve used the Pretenders “Fake servers for testing” on a number of work and personal projects, with generally good results. But I’ve wished that it was easier to write tests against different HTML form post contents.
I am unreasonably excited that we may spend the next week retooling our build system. There’s something wrong with me.
“For the better part of two decades, I’ve been running [a web site]…” is such a bizarre thing to write. But I wrote it, along with a simple Flexbox-y way to build a responsive calendar.
For the better part of two decades, I’ve been running openmikes.org, a directory of open mikes1, jam nights, etc. across the US and Canada. As with many hobby sites, especially of this vintage, it’s showing its age.
There’s regular family tech support, and then there’s the kind where you’re burning repair discs while looking for a spudger, mini drivers, and a variety of HDD-to-USB cables.
Is there any interpretation under which an “Indexed, though blocked by robots.txt” warning from Google isn’t their fault?
Testing out the @draftsapp Credential object. A very handy thing, as it turns out…
Texting my brothers via Siri, I start a sentence with “I like that idea…”. The Echo in the room hears “Alexa” and responds out loud. Now my text reads “I like that idea, hanging out over there sorry, I don’t know that one.” The Future is forever in beta.
“I’ll start by using frames to set up the framework for this new website.” The one-two punch of nostalgia and terror that is Andy Clarke’s Designing Your Site Like It’s 1998.
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