@dajbelshaw Did you end up making a cake? Cooking seems intimidating but it isn't so bad if you manage your expectations, I usually aim for "edible" and I accomplish it most of the time 😂
@dajbelshaw I don't know if I'm still on time, but Happy Birthday to your daughter :D
#TIL git only tracks the executable part of file permissions, so nothing about users or write/read permissions.
I'm watching a Japanese TV program where they visit Eiichiro Oda's home (the author of the manga One Piece). They've just shown that he has an Alexa 😱 That means Amazon could be listening in on the secrets of One Piece!!
I started reading "Los tónicos de la voluntad" by Santiago Ramón y Cajal. It has been sitting on my shelf for a long time, so it's about time :).
I just completed the first version of my Task Manager using #Solid https://noeldemartin.com/tasks/implementing-a-task-manager-using-solid
@dajbelshaw I love that you're using South Park material xD
I recently finished reading Musashi. Awesome book. I enjoyed it so much that I've decided to write a blog post telling you what I learned. It's spoiler-free, so check it out: https://noeldemartin.com/blog/lessons-learned-musashi-by-eiji-yoshikawa
@mayel I can't see his profile, am I the only one?
Today I completed lesson 10 of Seth Godin's The Bootstrapper's Workshop. It's been great and I've learned a lot. If you are interested to see my progress read it here: https://noeldemartin.com/tasks/taking-seth-godins-bootstrappers-workshop
I have been trying to improve my writing, and one of the things I noticed is that I write "I think..." a lot. Most of the time it's not necessary to say it, and the message stays the same.
This is one of the funniest christmas traditions in Catalonia: Els Caganers! It's Christmas time and you start seeing figurines of anyone you can imagine taking a dump :D
I didn't think I'd ever do this, but this month I started living with a cat at home and I talk to her while no one's around! Never say never 😹
Damn I forgot that Firebug existed and what coding on the web was like those days. Looking back, the web ecosystem has improved a lot (albeit maybe adding more complexity than I'd like). Except CSS, it still sucks.
Seems like #solid server implementations don't support SPARQL yet, keep that in mind when working with applications storing a lot of data. The current recommendation is to use Globbing instead.
What's the one thing that they made a sequel to that didn't need a sequel? Show more
@craigmaloney Now you know that Tres is coming.