This is my microblog. It's like a personal Twitter. It was inspired largely by Manton Reece's ideas of owning your own content.
I’m sad that the site is broken, but on the other hand, pretty great: http://whatthefuckshouldimakefordinner.com/index.php
I think a prayer to Zuphus should begin with: “Hold my beer”
Oh… uh… well you’re dead I suppose. Welcome. We weren’t expecting you but hey, that’s kind of how this works…
Reading about a @paizo adventure that details Zyphus, god of accidental death.
The Mac App Store simultaneously shows that 4 apps need updating via the Dock, 8 from the tab bar, and is actually updating only 2.
Teacher, I’m drowblingbluggbgllgblglb
What now? https://blog.edwardloveall.com/what-now
Taking a break from Twitter for a week or two.
A car horn just honked a Csus9 outside and it sounded like a cheesy dramatic reveal.
Yes! It’s so hard to find podcasts in the “Two Women Talking” genre: https://twitter.com/_RelayFM/status/794181170435006468
Technology has gone TOO FAR: http://www.adultswim.com/etcetera/soup/
Who else is getting spam calendar invites today?
This seems like it’ll be fun to watch: https://www.fig.co/campaigns/make-sail?update=205#updates
git tip: using
git diff --word-diff is a much nicer way to find differences in long lines:
(word-diff on bottom)
(If for some reason that isn’t a link for you, try this: http://xn–kj8h.edwardloveall.com)
I don’t know why I didn’t think of doing this before: Emoji in subdomains: http://xn–kj8h.edwardloveall.com
Want to have your very own emoji domain?
What a tasteful sticker pack that @StickerPals has put together. So expressive.
Ever wish you could write cleaner regular expressions? Try out StringScanner: https://blog.edwardloveall.com/stringscanner
BTW, if DNS things are still not working for you, you can set your DNS setting to use OpenDNS: https://use.opendns.com
Looks like Dyn is back online: https://www.dynstatus.com
If this is all magic to you btw, I’ve got a good book recommendation: https://domainnamesanitybook.com
Saw their name servers (http://dynect.net) and found the status page from there.
BTW, I found their DNS provider by running this on the command line:
dig +short http://github.com ns
The DNS provider for Github, Twitter, Paypal, and others is getting DDoS’d: https://www.dynstatus.com
We’re too late: https://twitter.com/kpyke/status/789285218888843264
Can you imagine:
Hey Bill, can you go to http://videos.zip real quick? No… on the internet. No, not the one you downloaded…
NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO https://twitter.com/kpyke/status/789156391726387200
Me: I’m not really a fan of ice cream with hot toppings.
Her: We’re fighting.