I like #Todoist.
I don't still have that working but here's the plan.
2. Interface that Nim application with Emacs. I don't have that either, but I got an experiment of Nim-Emacs interface working in https://github.com/kaushalmodi/nim-emacs-module.
3 - 1/2
There are multiple aspects to "Indiewebifying" your site.
@kevinmarks: Correct me where I am wrong below.
1. #IndieAuth: You have a website be *you*, YOUR identity. That's where rel=me comes in. For lazy folks like me, I identify myself and link that to my GitHub profile.
2. #Microformats2: This makes your web pages parseable by the Webmention endpoints (like webmention.io, that heroku app, etc.)
I know neither PHP nor JS. So I thought that Webmentions is no-go for me.
i like it so far, the syntax is nice and language itself gives me a comfy feeling, there're first-class functions and metaprogramming; the idea of compiling to c source and delegating optimizations to c compiler (which is indeed good at it) is clever; i also get a garbage collector while manual memory management is still possible
Things in which you cannot recreate the joy you get doing the first time:
Unboxing my brand new Suunto Core All Black watch, exploring all the settings by my self, and then reading through the whole manual to discover more things that I missed in my exploration.
[The watch is awesome!]
My new blog post after a long blank: https://jingsi.space/post/2018/12/09/emacs-on-chrome-os/
Apple locking out gnu/linux distros with their T2 security chip os is (amongst a variety of sins) a big blow to people who want to reduce ewaste or hold onto Apple hardware longer than Apple typically gives support.
GNU/Linux had been a popular way of stretching the lifespan's of aging Apple hardware. People have been doing this for decades; and occasionally popularized by websites like www.lowendmac.com.
This is really useful when you already created a new file with the intent to copy contents from an existing file.
It's the reverse approach of first opening that original file and then doing `C-x C-w` (write-file) -- also known as "Save As" in the world outside #Emacs.
Note to self: Make more use of the awesome default binding `C-x i` (insert-file).
M-x insert-buffer is another useful command along the same lines.
Finally, after months procastinating, I finished my post about blogging using only org-mode! Just a pure approach, without using any other static site generator. All of you, #Emacs gurus of Mastodon, I'm waiting for any possible feedback on this experiment!
Read it here: https://diego.codes/post/blogging-with-org/
The super awesome Hugo version v0.50 (that makes you artificially create errors so that you can see them beautifully presented in your browser while running `hugo server`) is out!!
Download it for your nearest semiconductor device from here: https://github.com/gohugoio/hugo/releases/tag/v0.50
@alexjgriffith If you have any questions, feel free to send them my way. I was in a pretty similar situation with a mess of Python/Flask that I wrote as a freshman in high school. The documentation for Hugo is great, though, so you should be able to expect a fairly easy transition
This thread on Quora captures some of the best stories from real people meeting Steve Jobs — some wonderful memories.
“You don’t often get close to people like the Jobs, much less in a ridiculous situation like this, where you realize that they are just really good people.”
You might be interested in seeing this Pixel 3 Night Mode result; pic taken by a casual user using my phone.
Night mode magic on Pixel 3!!
Left: (not pixel3)
Right: (pixel3) ;of course
The night mode algorithm in the Google Camera on Pixel 3 is just amazing (under statement). It takes about 2 seconds to gather all the needed light, and then creates a non-blurry image as you see in the right above; while also auto white balancing correcting out all the Halloween blue light.
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