I blogged about masks. Masks are cool. I can't be the only person who enjoys the excuse to hide their face.
still quite a lot of work to do on the mobile layout, but as a hacked up simplification of what went before, it's a good base point.
New blog post, loosely about how I moved my blog to my own hand-rolled virtual hosting service. Actually about just emitting some words to make sure they can render, and to point out any obvious bugs. More of a list of buzzwords than a recipe, perhaps.
Transfer process was pretty ache-free and slick. Admittedly I have been doing this sort of thing for a long time now.
Thinking of throwing up a self-hosted mastodon next.
I killed my #coffee grinder and have been existing on lockdown instant coffee. I just had an aeropress made with a replacement grinder and it was so good that I think my aeropress runbook now includes a step 0.
'First, drink instant coffee for a month. Next, prepare scales...'
Come to a bit of an impasse with #webhosting. Have been running most things off #scaleway C1 instances for _years_, but I'm getting frustrated building 32 bit #ARM binaries for their old debian releases. Not sure where's a decent alternative for cheap #baremetal in 2020. I'd prefer not to use a vps, for mostly romantic reasons.
It is proven! I am cms on Keybase: https://keybase.io/cms/sigchain#fdebf5b166d6fbb3fd69d186dd64bd6a167e94c333d2a0ef407b313405995c9e0f
Debian docker looks like it's draining my batteries even when I'm not running it. https://www.beatworm.co.uk/blog/thinkpad/docker-ate-my-battery
I built the IMDb message boards. I ran the last.fm databases. I rendered the picturebooks at Wonderbly. I survived Makeshift. Good at naming things.
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