With Musical Cryptography, Composers Can Hide Messages in Their Melodies By mapping notes to letters, some musicians sneak secret words into tunes. https://buff.ly/2GxOkBW @firstname.lastname@example.org
@rick_777 there's lots we can do as allies that aren't monetary - protesting, signing petitions and sending emails to your local government about defunding police are ways I've found to support current actions. in general, educating yourself on how to be antiracist is ALWAYS important. even if you can't donate, you can still use your platform and privilege to lift up black voices and dismantle your own privilege
video of my bike ride (motion warning)
Just came back from the best #ebike ride I’ve had all year. Sunsets give me life
ONLINE: Homebrew Website Club West Coast on May 13, 2020
Working on your website? Want some camaraderie? Need ideas about what you could build next? Want to share what you've built with others? I'm hosting next week's meetup on Wednesday. Come and join the fun!
May 13, 2020
Wed 6:00 - 7:30pm (America/Los_Angeles)
Code of Conduct indieweb.org/code-of-conduct
Join the Zoom call
We will prov
I resent and hate people who pay me to waste my time just to pander to their leadership style which consists of incoherently thrown out directives and inconclusive, shitty feedback. I’ve never met a leader more resistant to the concept of project briefs, much less to project planning or project management, than my boss.
I’m preparing my portfolio to look for a new job, but it’s definitely a bad time to be looking for new employment
I’m in the process of deciding which self-hosted #wiki platform I want to use for personal knowledge management. Anybody here have experience with one that you enjoyed?
So far I’ve researched TiddlyWiki, Oddmuse, BookStack, Wiki.js, MediaWiki, DokuWiki, WikkaWiki, and Matterwiki, so let me know if you have experience with any of these!
I went a little crazy with my #IndieWeb set-up and ended up with a distributed network of 4-ish online personas that encompass various compartmentalizations of my passions, each with their own website, social media presence, and projects
Today marks the end of my first week with this e-bike and I’m in love!
It’s now my main form of #transportation after a year of relying mostly on e-scooters and ride shares. Now more than ever, I‘m glad I decided to go carless when I moved to California!
I want to self-host my first blog, so I went the static site generator route with Hexo on Mac.
I got errors at first because my Node version was out of date. Then I updated Node, but the old version was still being referenced. I reinstalled it with Homebrew, didn't work so I uninstalled Node altogether. Used NVM install instead. First had to fix a bash profile issue to get NVM installed at all. Finally used it to install Node again. Now that everything's working, I like what I've seen of Hexo so far.
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creative director / media observer / latina / desert rat / universal traveler
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