A short note about how I’m feeling. Pls send vibes, good or bad, private or public, I’d love to hear them. Bonus points for ppl writing on personal blogs piperhaywood.com/packing-selli

@eli_oat ha, thanks so much!!! Piskel is a lot of fun to draw in, highly recommend it on a rainy day

MAJOR shout out to this developer based in Lagos who 3 years ago posted the only reasonable "get a React app set up with minor fuss" I have ever encountered. The only change I had to make was installing `babel-loader@7` and `webpack-cli` as dev dependencies.


:whispers: I think GraphQL is a shockingly bad idea for most use cases.

"The Internet of Beefs" by Venkatesh Rao ribbonfarm.com/2020/01/16/the-

Despite the irreverent tone, this is a pretty good breakdown of how social media fights work.

✍️ My experience switching from Google Analytics to self-hosted Matomo using their new WordPress plugin


head. is. imploding. when will the never ending cold season stahhhhppppp

@marczak @kristinHenry makes sense! I don’t have an iPad so haven’t encountered that issue, can totally understand sticking with Toot! for that reason. What do you mean by timeline sync? IDK quite what you mean!

Finished Witcher, I enjoyed it! It’s not the best series out there, and not the worst. Main thing is that I think Henry Cavill has done an A+ job with Geralt. The coloured contacts on a few of the characters were a bit distracting tho! Kinda weird when one character’s pupils are dialysed and another’s are itty bitty

I remember a few years back there were one or two fonts developed that let you build small, inline data visualizations.

Anyone remember what those were called?

What iOS apps are ppl using for Mastodon? I was using Toot! at first and really liked it, but am sad that it doesn’t seem to support a notifications count badge on the icon. Now am trying Amaroq but am curious about others. Preferably apps with strong stances against crap like Gab

@grantcuster ah cool, i’m in a similar boat with recs from good people so will probably do the same. thx!

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