It's called "medium.com", cause the articles are neither rare nor well done.
I’ve spent a ton of time looking at using Obsidian/Zettlr/Logseq and still haven’t settled on which one to use.
Need an iOS app, flat file storage, portable markdown format, and an editor that doesn’t suck. Obsidian seems to cover everything but the last one, though closed source.
Would also be nice to find a solution that doesn’t use Electron but that’s like asking for roads without potholes where I live
Never mind, Docker isn’t “officially” supported on my model and I don’t really want to go off-roading with my local backup device
Some of these little guys have hood scoops lol
On second inspection, it’s actually the tiny fan in the 2012 Intel NUC that runs pihole/Unifi. Going to take it apart later, though I have a bad feeling about parts availability
couldn't resist the beige, new Noctua on the way
I don't get the outrage with the DO price increase. They now offer a 512MB VPS for $4/m, and then 1GB VPSs start at $6. I think this is still a deal considering 512MB was $5/m and 1GB was $10/m a few years ago.
And Vultr has had similar pricing (with faster hardware) for a few years now.
I like that Hugo shows errors in the browser when running hugo server, and today's release makes those errors even more helpful.
Fuzzy search for your browser's bookmarks, history, and tabs
So, I opened a new tab in #Firefox and immediately notice this. After a brief WTF moment, I click on the dots menu over the icon and land on this page:
(Note that from the URL I removed the UTM: `as=u&utm_source=inproduct`)
To sum up, another automatic opt-in from which I have to say no in the settings.
I could see this being very convenient for microblogging on a static site.
Always have to remind myself of this GitHub repo whenever I install Linux or reinstall macOS
I make websites. Or do the websites make me? Let's find out.
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