Reading this made me happy. I was about to walk out the door, go to the library and print an converter for my Mark One (it has been sitting on my desk unused as the refill is to thick for me). Checked my Zebra Sarasa Clip and noticed that the 0.3 refills I use are not the same as the D1 style of the 0.4. 😢 My Mark One will sleep in its cork bed a while longer it seems.
I have been in the mountains for the last week, and forgot just how humid it was at home, the temperature is not much warmer, but wow is it nasty out.
I look forward to reading this after listening to Marty‘s talk at IndieWeb Summit.
I’ve been without internet all weekend, but got home tonight in time to catch the IndieWeb Summit demos. Fun stuff that has me excited to hack some stuff this summer.
I did not grow up in a region that had fireflies. Now every year they come out in the early summer and I sit on my porch enjoying simply watching them light up. It’s amazing!
Checked in at &pizza
Currently reading: [The Cardinal of the Kremlin](https://micro.blog/books/9780425116845) by Tom Clancy 📚
Currently reading: [The Hunt for Red October](https://micro.blog/books/9780425240335) by Tom Clancy 📚
Currently reading: [Report On The Investigation Into
Russian Interference In The
2016 Presidential Election](https://www.justice.gov/storage/report.pdf) by Robert S. Mueller, III 📚
That was the best opening series in such a long time for the #Padres. This is going to be a fun season of baseball.
[Fine Woodworking](https://www.finewoodworking.com/), the one magazine I still get a physical copy mailed to me every month is not on Apple News+, bummer.
I really enjoed that book about [Tony Gywnn](https://micro.blog/books/9780984627899). I put off reading it for a long time, but I am so happy that I finally read it, such great stories about a someone who had such a big impact on me, and the city of San Diego. 📚
Currently reading: [Tiamat's Wrath](https://micro.blog/books/9780316332873) by James S. A. Corey 📚
Currently reading: [Tony Gwynn](https://micro.blog/books/9780984627899) 📚
Currently reading: [Patriot Games](https://micro.blog/books/9780425269404) by Tom Clancy 📚
Finished reading: [Without Remorse](https://micro.blog/books/9780399138256) by Tom Clancy 📚
Currently reading: [Without Remorse](https://micro.blog/books/9780399138256) by Tom Clancy 📚
First shock of being a home owner today. Trimming 40 foot oak trees is not cheap.
It would be nice to have the ability to move feeds from one category to another. Currently as far as I can tell you must delete them and add them to another category manually
Yeah. I went looking and noticed your pull request and merge after I asked. I already had it just did not pay attention when I updated. Thanks!
This the code you spoke about in this episode for visibility in Known available? I have also been thinking about ways to store private information on my site but the lack of private post support stopped that for me.
Today (the last day of school) I found out that my kids can drink chocolate milk for free if they buy lunch, but must pay an extra dollar for water. That is just crazy.
Really love the work that @cleverdevil is doing on Known, in fact I like it so much that I am using his overview page as my homepage now.
If you want to use emacsclient with the flatpak use “flatpak run –command=emacsclient org.gnu.emacs” or make that an alias in your shell profile.
With all the talk about tanking in professional sports in the US I think it's time to take a hit from Soccer/Football and add the idea of relegation for the worst performing teams. It would remove the lack of consequences for tanking and add more competition, and teams at a new or reconfigured second level.
As of today I have been married to Beth, my wonderful wife, for a decade.
I have started working on a GTK IndieWeb reader that would support posting to Micro.blog and could also act as a client, but my time is limited until this summer so it is far off.
Looking into adding dbus HostCommand support via init file or some other means.
@gnomealex I will definitely look into that. I don't like the idea of having my own copies of things like openssh and gnupg inside the flatpak, but they are critical for my workflow. Thanks!
The fact that it’s 2018 and I am seeing more spam on IRC than I have ever before seems crazy to me.
Finally a nice night to sit out and enjoy the weather.
Using org-pdfview from repos adds pdftools from the same repo and that brakes the local system build. It is easier to add this then to package make, autogen, etc that would be needed to rebuild the server to support pdf-tools from melpa.