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Kolab Now is a smooth on-ramp for LibreOffice online, according to this article linuxinsider.com/story/84754.h

After 30-odd years of bashing my body around in creative ways, I've got bad knees, arthritis in my hands, tendinitis in my elbows, and a high tolerance for pain. Strangely enough, I wouldn't do much differently if I could do it all again ...

Do you write #rpg adventures, and love Docbook XML ?

Here, I reimplemented DMs Guild templates in XML and XSL. dmsguild.com/product/219635/Ad

Lots of abused tags and dirty XSL hacks. but the result is great, and will save you from the evils of word processors.

Enjoy!

Here's some good advice about how to get started with tools opensource.com/article/17/8/po / Going back to podcasting is becoming quite tempting ... mastodon.social/media/A9FubdTz

Sometimes, it seems some people forget there's more than one way to do things and that their way isn't the best way for everyone

This week's been ... well, it's been. I'm heading offline for the next couple of days. Stay safe, kids, and I'll see you on the other side

Mind maps are for more than just brainstorming ideas. You can use them as digital dashboards for your creative projects. I wrote a whole article on the subject over at Opensource.com

red.ht/2vgZzs6

I'm toying with the idea of doing a podcast again. Just not sure what area to cover and if the web is ready to hear my horrible voice again

Once upon a time, I found the so-called Editor Wars laughable. Now, I see them as just being pitiable

Anyone else noticing GitLab.com running a tad slowly today?

Today, things officially got a bit too weird even for me

I just published a little something that offers tips for naming your text files plaintextproject.online/2017/0

The purgatory of my working life over the last several weeks has been cleaning up some really ugly HTML in thousands of online help topics. That ordeal is almost over ...

I've been collecting links of interest in a GitLab repository. If you're interested, you can check them out here: gitlab.com/scottnesbitt/links And, yes, I will continue to update those links ...