I'm working on a Vale-compatible style guide for writing about open-source software.

github.com/dmpop/technically

I'm compiling it mostly for my own needs, but I thought that it could be of use to others. It's still very much a work in progress, so ideas, comments, and suggestions for improvement are most welcome.

My new invention:

1. Water plants with wine.
2. Bees drink alcohol-infused nectar.
3. Bees produce mead.

It's pure science, really.

When I die, I want to be buried with my Bialetti and a couple of packs of coffee. If it turns out that hell is real, I can at least use its fire to brew a decent cup of coffee.

Two things I don't trust: Movies under 1 hr 30 min and books over 1000 pages.

I canceled my Pocket subscription and switched to Shiori. So far no regrets (but an offline app would have been nice). It’s a single Go binary, so deploying it is ridiculously simple.

Our apartment smells of coffee and sunshine. I think that's what life should smell like. And oranges... definitely oranges.

After trialing Logseq for a couple of days, I came to the conclusion that it's a solution in search of a problem. A typical product for full-stack hipsters who struggle to understand the difference between useful information and noise and never used a proper wiki.

I installed KOReader on my ageing Kobo Glo, and it's like having a new ebook reader device.

koreader.rocks

I still can't decide whether Logseq is the best thing since sliced bread, or just another fad.

I've just checked the current Raspberry Pi 4 B prices. Insane!

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