As my micro blogs contain more than one link the automatic cross-posting to Twitter goes haywire. But it’s a trade off I can live with.
I’ve griped in the past [3,4] but this unnecessary grudge cycle against RSS comes back. Brent Simmons’  latest explanation  is another good reminder - leave RSS alone!
Rarely I agree to Guardian’s views but this one on US Open Ladies Final drama is spot on
But none of that excuses what Williams did in the Arthur Ashe Stadium on Saturday night – which was to manipulate sentiment to her advantage,
To all those newborns of today, you got yourself a nice birth date: 09 - 09 - 18 🤓
Google wants to kill the URL and Wired is complicit in their propaganda by writing this stupid article. I’ve lost most hope from Google where engineering managers say dumb things like
People have a really hard time understanding URLs
but Wired also have this gem of a loose statement (without any evidence)
If you’re having a tough time thinking of what could possibly be used in place of URLs, you’re not alone. Academics have considered options over the years, but the problem doesn’t have an easy answer.
Brett Victor & Alan Kay’s Dynamicland is exciting but lacked implementation details. Oman Rizwan, one of the resident researchers there, via his awesome account of making a new library there called Geokit has provided interesting insides into Dynamicland & RealTalk – the programming system behind all the coolness. Notes from Dynamicland: Geokit
Matt Parsons’ conversion of Rust’s type level trickery to Haskell brings out the elegance of Haskell syntax & sophistication of it’s type system
This post’s workflow : iOS workflow app action -> git commands via working copy app -> circle CI build script -> rss generated -> micro.blog
This post’s workflow : automator service with selected text -> git push to github repo -> circle CI build script -> rss generated in master branch -> micro.blog
Currently reading The Universal Computer: The Road from Leibniz to Turing by Martin D. Davis 📚