Just a week shy of two months and I think my TiddlyWiki journal habit is going pretty well. Starting to think about gaffer-taping an RSS or Atom feed together for these entries
Thank you Cosmo #cat for sitting precisely on my notebook as i start the day
Apparently tonight, my brain wanted to make a playlist. So, here have a Spotify playlist called "walls of sound"
All this talk I've been seeing lately about the 90s web has me thinking about the 2000s web.
Kind of neat to poll the web and bake up a view of the last few hours of 200+ RSS feeds in about 7 seconds of execution time. 30 seconds at worst from an empty DB.
A thing I'm liking about what this thing bakes up is that it's just a pile of tiny HTML files and some JS that inserts them into useful places. No server smarts, just static files and careful filenames
Playing with building another RSS reader. This one generates a static website every 30 minutes or so.
Still working on the CSS. Uses some light vanilla JS. Lots of HTML fragments loaded on demand. IntersectionObserver to lazy load images when visible.
Haven't posted any pictures of #cats yet over here. Meet Cosmo, Catsby, and Cheddars