"Senator 2: (With a triumphant look) Every computer screen contains millions of megapixels. Facebook has 2.1 billion users. So how many millions of bytes, or milibytes, do you include in this face book?"
At some point in my time in the military that would serve the hypothetical tyrant all the 2A absolutists are arming themselves against, I came to think of them more as weird, beardy cosplayers with unrealistic expectations about how their armed rebellion would go down. And now we have Predator drones, so it goes double.
There are a very few moto-commutes where there's a confluence of fast traffic and this track coming up in the shuffle, but I'm always grateful when it happens, as it did this morning.
They were in a pretty nice zone of speed/skill/polish when they did this whole album.
@edheil Yeah. Definitely. I mean:
That has two content types (reviews and blog posts) and the front page is a gallery-style design I put together on my own.
With YAML frontmatter on each, it's also easy to create a metadata schema, such that a review marked "incomplete" in the frontmatter renders with different content from one marked "complete," etc. Also really simple to build a changelog feature.
Added your GitHub account to the repo so you can poke around.
@edheil I’ve had to use Jekyll for work. It uses Liquid for templating, and that’s no fun. Middleman is just very simple if you’ve lived in the Ruby/Rails ecosystem. Also fond of its use of LiveReload when working on templates. I’ll invite you to the repo for my Things site. You’ll grok it within 10 minutes.
@edheil yeah. It is. Very simple to make a dumb blog, esp if you toss in Bootstrap. It supports HAML for templating, with the content blocks coming from Jekyll-like “YAML frontmatter”-style pages. Add a commit hook to your repo & point it at a little script and you’ve got automated build/deploy.
So, is there a better option?
Sync your Mastodon back to Twitter – Tim Perry – Medium