I was recently invited to share what my typical day looks like. It took some time but I finally hit the "publish" button!
Come chat about the web and showcase your personal website at Homebrew Website Club London! ✨ Tomorrow from 7 pm GMT.
I updated this blog post yesterday. I added some clarification to the intro and tried to better connect the different events based on some feedback I received.
Heh, I knew about “Power Mode” extensions before. Used Atom back then but they are basically available for most code editors by now.
What I didn’t know is that they can load basically any sprite. Learn here how to make #vscode sparkle: https://www.aboutmonica.com/blog/how-to-make-your-vs-code-sparkle
Hat tip Ana Rodrigues
Something weird happens when you're put in the spotlight but no one cares. I wrote a new blog post where I overshare and, as usual, overthink:
Fancy chatting about the web and your personal website? Join us this Wednesday from 7 pm GMT on Homebrew Website Club!
Last Homebrew Website Club London of 2020 this Wednesday! Come chat with us about the #IndieWeb and your website! 🎄
There’s another London CSS event this Thursday (10th December). It will be online and free!
See more details on our website: https://www.londoncss.dev/
There's Homebrew Website Club tomorrow! At 7pm GMT come showcase your personal website and have chat with more people interested in the #IndieWeb
Nice to see @ohhelloana's "Autonomy Online: A Case For The IndieWeb" (https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2020/08/autonomy-online-indieweb/) mentioned in the History of the Web's monthly recap - https://thehistoryoftheweb.com/september-2020-weblog-own-your-stuff-learn-about-fanfic/.
The next LondonCSS is happening tomorrow! Online and live captioned! Register via https://www.londoncss.dev/
🔖New blog post: my monthly collection of bookmarks I read, saved etc during August.
This month I have this strange feeling that I forgot a lot of them. 🤔
I genuinely believe that there is a great opportunity to learn and have lots of fun building your personal website.
I found a lot of support in the #IndieWeb community so I wrote a case for it for Smashing Magazine.
I didn't realise February was over until today!
So here are the things I read last month: