Busy weekend ahoy - Anfield tonight, to watch the mighty return to the premier league. Marple Beer Run tomorrow, to run as fast as I can without vomiting.

I rarely get more offended than when "Angela from LinkedIn Premium" describes me as an "active member".

@jamiefdhurst I've accidentally quit coffee by deliberately drinking more water (water+coffee just made not pissing myself really hard). Had headaches first couple of days, but since then been fine.

21st century masochism - sleepless night, so pass the night reading book on how important sleep is to my health.

I mean, I map my craps lock to escape because the new MBPs suck, but I guess it’s good to have a fallback.

Went out of my way to watch the latest episode of Brexit tonight, no one bothered to tell me it was a bloody repeat.

@chartier haha - “these new projects better keep off my lawn”.

Lychee looks very much along the lines of what I’m thinking about, thanks! Cloned and installed github.com/hooram/ownphotos last night, will have a play with both over the weekend and see what comes of them.

OK, now I'm just mumbling to myself like a div, but github.com/hooram/ownphotos looks nice. Might try that.

and thinking about it, two things are obviously missing from everything open and indieweb out there atm - tags and the focusing/surfacing of creative commons content.

A real thrill I had early on in the mid/late 2000s was uploading some relatively inane image, say a cute donkey, only to vanity search my name later on and discover it used in some random local US newspaper.

upon further digging, I've registered for the pixelfed beta instance. Very much not for me. Too streamy, no real organisation (I'd love tags, but albums would be fine), privacy options too simple - very much attracting the instagram rather than me. Might hack together a piwiki server in the interim. Much rather that than give it all over to yet another cloud company.

Anyone / their own photos? I have 4gb downloaded from flickr and not really sure what to do with them. The two leading choices seem to be (I like that it's extensible, but feels pretty heavyweight/wordpressy, no ) and (looks modern, but a bit too instagrammy, and relatively "young").

Would love to hear others' experiences. (excuse the tagspam, throwing stuff at a wall here :D)

@cubicgarden yup same. Was hoping there'd be something like last.fm for podcasts. Couple have tried it (I messed with podyssey - podyssey.fm/simonscarfe) but I don't think it's a compelling enough idea to reach any sort of critical mass.

@cubicgarden awesome post, I have something similar I keep meaning to put together. How do you discover new podcasts?

📹 The new Making Future Interfaces video is here! This time: Inline SVG

✅How to hand code it
✅Accessible charts
✅JavaScript and generative art

youtube.com/watch?v=1CDTw_UpQo

@heydon I pronounce SVG, "savage"

I mean, I don't, but I'm probably going to start

To quote: "The only requirement for components placed inside a Link is they should accept an `onClick` prop."

FUCK.RIGHT.OFF.

Been following the next.js walkthrough and I think I'm out before I've finished learning how to navigate between pages.

It's an isomorphic framework, and magically "just works", but it just doesn't give a shit about "the web" or "people".

The reddest flag was where they suggest changing an a-tag in the Link component to a button and marvel how it still functions. Which is sweet and all, but why aren't we telling devs not to do that? Ever?

As a responsible dad, I obviously do "pull my finger" with my 3 year old.

As an irresponsible dad, I also make him say "excuse me" because he instigated the fart.

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