This is my great-grandparents heading to Rottnest in the 1920s: And us today doing the same thing: On the ferry on our way to Rottnest (2018-10-28)
I wish I had time today to look at this idea of linking WordPress tags to Wikidata items. Sounds brilliant.
What a joke! Some 150 or so protesters eventually assembled on the forecourt of the SBS building where they were welcomed by veteran anti-Muslim agitator Avi Yemini, a habitual associate of Blair Cottrell, Neil Erikson and other luminaries of the local fascist right. “We are going to show the Victorian socialist state that there is […]
One makes enemies for life when one ignores the North Fremantle community, so I’d better give a plug for the catering at the North Freo Primary School at Saturday’s FEDERAL BI-ELECTION DAY, after I did the same for the Freo Primary School. It’s not a competition, so people in those areas please supports the P&C […]
I love the morning time, while the brain is still sharp enough to focus on one thing and get it done, but dull enough not to remember the other things and derail everything with panic about there being too much to do. The morning is when the world properly exists, and is broad and friendly.
There’s not really much that can be said on Twitter that can’t instead be said much more verbosely and with far fewer people seeing it on one’s own blog. There’s no limit to the meaningless silly things you can write on the internet, so they might as well be written in one’s own place. I’m […]
Monday morning, hot and humid, and the rain’s been falling all night (nearly 5 mm!). It’s one of those lovely days when you can look out to the ocean and stand on the limestone and feel this place. I’m reading through the position statements that have been accepted for the Wikimedia Developer Summit in January. It’s […]
I’ve got oauth working now for PhpFlickr. Just needs some tidying up around the edges and I’ll tag a new release.
I’ve been looking for a power cord for hours that was literally plugged in right in front of me on my desk.
I really feel like it’s nice to actually understand one’s data, and not have advertorial algorithms obscuring what’s really there. (Twitter is annoying me.)