I didn’t know there was a US version of Dirk Gently! It’s quite good so far.
One of the things people like most about social media I think is the feedback that one gets when people like a post. That doesn’t happen on one’s own blog (or at least, very much less often), and actually I find it massively relaxing. I’m probably talking into a silent void here, and no one’s […]
I didn’t know there’s a public ical feed for every meetup.com group. The URL is like http://api.meetup.com/WordPress-Perth/upcoming.ical (with the group name inserted there). That’s cool.
On the groyne at South Beach (2018-08-22)
Surely there’s some trick to making untitled entries make sense in RSS? Seems annoying at the moment (but maybe I just need to tweak WordPress a bit?).
Here’s a wall that will last more than 50 years (but require more maintenance in that time). Stone wall near Alaior, Menorca (2016-04-22)
I’m working on a WordPress embed plugin for easily adding Piwigo photos to posts, in the same way Flickr photos can be now.
Terrific day today at a WikiClubWest meetup at the State Library. Not big numbers of us but we got lots done on linking Trove newspapers to Wikidata, with the help of the Mix-n-Match tool.
I really don’t like the term ‘trending’ anymore. It’s come to mean “stuff forced on me by advertising corporations” and “annoying notifications on my phone that don’t come from people I know”. (End grumpy internet moment.)
Things should be ‘projects’, not ‘systems’. They should end, so they can be forgotten. They must be in a fit state to be ended and forgotten. Books work with that idea, but websites are trickier. That’s slightly annoying, but there are great tools for making it easier. Not as easy as sticking a book in […]