When I went to bed, there was just a frozen scraping of snow and ice on the ground. I woke up to a winter wonderland ❄️
So I think I’ve finally got things setup properly, where I can tweet from my website, have any replies and likes show up on my website (after moderation), *and* have the website original linked from the tweet by a custom shortlink. #indieweb
Online it is very easy to speak up if you don't like something, but we often forget to say when we do. If you see something you like, make a point of leaving a comment. Give some praise and encouragement, it really makes all the difference. Let's spread some positivity!
I need to do this more often. I have been trying to be better at telling people their stuff is awesome, or if they’ve been helpful, but I’m fighting against my introvert nature.
A project-based course that teaches Kubernetes in a hands-on way. - groovemonkey/project-based-kubernetes
I can’t believe I only just found this. As good an introduction to the IndieWeb as any. Also worth a read is the newer reply in a discussion about what the IndieWeb is, which led me to find it.
This is an update to my 2018 article on how I set up my WordPress site.
“MySpace inspired a generation of teenagers to learn how to code. We have Dark Mode now, but where did all the glitter go?”
I may be showing my age here, but I was never on MySpace. That said, this blog post (and the CodeBlog service it’s advertising) reminds me a lot of platforms I do remember, like Tripod and Geocities. Pages were built from raw HTML, and adorned with all sorts of widgets found on places like DynamicDrive and BraveNet. The
<blink> tag ran rampant! Early Tumblr had a similar vibe, but look how that turned out.
These early services were places you could experiment and explore until you had the confidence, skills (and cash) to get your own domain name and server. Nowadays anyone can have their own domain and site quickly and cheaply on somewhere like WordPress.com/Blogger, but they are very cookie-cutter and locked down. Even using self-hosted tools like WordPress.org reign-in a lot of the free-form creativity.
One of the reasons I love Kicks Condor is because of how anachronistic and fun it looks; I can easily imagine 15 year-old me, magazine HTML tutorial in hand and full of enthusiasm to learn something fresh and new, creating something similar by accident and having a blast doing it.
By making things easier, more accessible – and safer – it feels like we’ve hidden away the building blocks. It’s harder for people to get at the pieces they need to try their own thing out of curiosity. Can you imagine if LEGO pieces were keyed to only fit a certain way, so you could only build what was shown on the box art?
Kubernetes is an open source container orchestration system. It allows you to create, update, and scale containers without worrying about downtime. In this tutorial, you will deploy a PHP 7 application on a Kubernetes cluster with Nginx and PHP-FPM ru
Kubernetes is a container orchestration system that manages containers at scale. In this guide, you will set up a Kubernetes cluster from scratch with Kubeadm and deploy containerized applications on it.
Kubernetes is a container management system meant to be deployed on Docker-capable clustered environments. In this guide, we will discuss some of the basic concepts that Kubernetes introduces. We will discuss some of the design decisions and what make
Kubernetes is one of those things I really wish I knew more about/had the time to learn sooner, rather than later.
“Fuck ethics. Money is everything.“
Facebook sounds like an awful place to work.
This latest Facebook garbage has made me real mad, so I made a thing: https://npm-uninstall-facebook.com You can contribute by adding your recommendations here: https://github.com/andybelldesign/npm-uninstall-facebook It’d be awesome if you could RT this / share with your friends ♥️
Bodoni* is the first ever no-compromises Bodoni family, built for the digital age. Years in the making, this font family includes a whopping 56 font files, ensuring you will have the perfect Bodoni for every situation.