📊 Wrote about caching webmentions, generating a collection of popular posts, and riding on the shoulders of giants on my Eleventy site. https://chrisburnell.com/article/time-to-cache-up/
I came up with a wonky little technique for throwing up a quick “dark” theme on my website using CSS filters and wrote a bit about it: https://chrisburnell.com/article/the-flip-flop-technique
This is seriously amazing. It deserves way more recognition than it has; @ContraReloaded@twitter.com mesh together some incredible talent and synergy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYgQEjcosP0
Sadly, I won’t be able to attend, but if you’ve ever been curious about content ownership, IndieWeb, or new ways to tinker on your website, Homebrew Website Club London is unbelievably welcoming and inspired me a great deal. Highly recommended event! https://hwclondon.co.uk/meetups/20181212
I gave a lightning talk in 2016 about writing readable and maintainable code, and @DvBerzon@twitter.com is doing some fantastic research in this area that really intrigues me. I’m eagerly waiting for the next phase of research and results! http://howreadable.com/
I un-linked my Facebook account from Spotify a little less than a month ago. So here’s my year of music #SpotifyWrapped ☹️
Super pleased to say that I just gave a short presentation about #indieweb to my team at work, and I didn’t butcher the explanation too badly, so everyone’s on-board! Feels great to be a part of this community and welcome new folks in. 😄
At long last, I’ve managed to add the ability to edit my existing notes through my Micropub endpoint, and given my track record of totally making no mistakes, this is a good thing. #indieweb
Listened to Hardwired, a new EP by @firstname.lastname@example.org, just about all weekend, and I can’t recommend it enough! Check it out if you’re into punchy 80s synths https://mitchmurder.bandcamp.com/album/hardwired
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