Following along with the BSides SATX talks today. Its all virtual this year, but they're doing a great job keeping it interactive.
As an aside, I'm still not sure I like PHP annotations. They just feel... wrong.
Stumbled on this video making the rounds today, of folks in LA getting a close look at the moon for the first time. I know it's edited for maximum feelgoodiness, but it felt like a breath of fresh air this morning.
Consistent harvests of Summer vegetables coming out of the garden now. A whole mess of hot peppers are not too far behind.
A local electronic music collective had to cancel a show back in March. So, they got a hold of all the artists, pieced together the show, and threw it on YT. For anyone interested in some chill electronic music this evening.
After putting this off for over a year I finally wrapped up a post on my little Odroid XU4 CloudShell2 NAS. This may have worked out for the best, as I now have a full year of use to reflect on.
So far pickle consumption has kept pace with cucumber production. Looks like that will soon change, hope the neighbors like cucumbers.
So now I want to write a script that will youtube-dl my subs when the RSS updates then add it to a list on a self hosted page that acts like my own personal youtube interface with no JS, just a video element and the description.
I presented a demo today for a large chunk of my development work that's nearing completion. It seemed to be received well enough, but reflecting on my communication and style I'm left disappointed. I used to give talks a lot more frequently, and relative to what I recall of that time I feel like I've atrophied considerably.
I'm still loving VimWiki! I'm using it mostly to document research and methods I'm working through for my job, and its already become a valuable reference for me.
More and more I'm thinking about working up a reasonable stylesheet for the generated html and an auto publishing mechanism to post it all to the greater web.
First cucumbers of the year coming off the vine today!
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