Switched to a Microsoft Ergo Sculpt (the one with the open space in the middle) keyboard, today. So far my biggest two issues have been debating remapping Ctrl+Windows+Alt keys back to the layout on a mac and the extra key travel (needing to type with more force).
I’d love to get some feedback from the community. I’m considering starting an aggregator of indie publishers, content creators, bloggers, etc; a search engine for just the indie web. Is this something you’ve wished existed or wished it existed in a better form than it does today?
Trying to set up a Gitlab instance tonight to toy with the idea of owning my own version control instead of using GitHub. It’s surprisingly memory hungry. 4GB is the minimum. That’s $20 a month right from the start for most hosting providers.
The opening of the IMSA season is today and before the Rolex 24, there’s the BMW Endurance Challenge, starting at 9:50am Pacific, 12:50PM Eastern on imsa.tv. The Rolex 24 starts at 2PM Eastern on Saturday on FOX.
Going back through old blog posts, especially the ones from 2015. So much has been lost in formatting. Also considering adding a message mentioning they’re likely irrelevant–not everything I wrote in 2015 was evergreen.
When @Verizon said taxes and regs were hindering investment in infrastructure, they wanted you to believe them. Turns out, they lied: “‘Tax-reform…will have a positive impact to cash flow’ … [but] the tax savings ‘will…primarily…strengthen Verizon’s balance sheet.'”
This is the best damn thing I’ll read all year: “Once Steve Bannon was campaign CEO, Donald would lay down tomato slices and ground beef on the floor of Trump Tower, and Bannon would be chiefly responsible for having to roll him into a burrito.”
From Ars Technica: a consortium of 28 fake ad agencies…displayed an est. 1 billion ad impressions last year that pushed malicious antivirus software, tech support scams, and other fraudulent schemes…the ads reached 62 percent of the Internet’s ad-monetized…websites.