There's a great write-up on The Guardian about the state of the blogosphere (I think we might be allowed to use that term unironically now). From the piece: The furore over social media
The times of the video cassettes is long gone. But what remains is the artwork on the covers of the blank ones you could buy to tape, you know, television or pirated versions
In which I describe how I read RSS (or ATOM) feeds. With pictures.
In which I describe and praise the Unsplash integration with Ghost.
In which I extoll the virtues of a mobile app.
In which I write about Ghost's new Koenig editor.
A few thoughts about Twitter and its 280 character limit which slowly devolves into a semi-rant.
We're deep into spring, which was a great excuse to go ahead and do some spring cleaning on here and with all the other stuff I tend to self-host lately. To set the
It's the middle of July, and for everyone familiar with the progression of months, they'll be aware that August will follow suit. For me that means that my yearly Evernote subscription will renew.
The last half year or so I've slowly made my way into blogging again. One of my plans was to consolidate all the various blogs that I forked out of this one back
It’s 2016 and this is my first blog post of the year. I’m writing it on this blog that served me so well for almost 13 years. The domain, which I
I’ve been listening to podcasts, on and off, for the better part of ten years now and while in the early days it was quite a bit cumbersome to get your latest