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- One of my favorite Engelbart sayings might relate to the ‘Mastodon is too confusing to learn’ claim. Paraphrasing, he said that if ease of use was the ultimate aim for a tool, the bicycle would never have evolved beyond the tricycle. Howard Rheingold Nov 17th, 2022 [mastodon.social](https://mastodon.social/@hrheingold/109361602358234331 ) #Mastodon #quote #[[Douglas Engelbart]]
- Archive your Tweets with Tweetback, a Twitter/Archive by Zach Leatherman powered by #Eleventy
Attempted to install Littlefoot
Copied JS into
- Got the pop up on requesting to run it
- Copied CSS into
- Quite a bit of lag on desktop, but not sure if that was from moving files along
- Removed footnotes on the home page, doesn't really make sense, may just skip attempting this
- Experimented with LogSeq/Export CSS
Everyone’s Illustrated Primer by Alistair Croll #AI
As usual, we aren’t thinking weird enough—both about what’s possible, and about what might go wrong.
- We worry about someone using AI to write a book, rather than whether we’ll still read books.
- We worry about AI writing term papers, rather than whether schools will become obsolete.
Riffing on the Primer from Neal Stephenson’s The Diamond Age
A discussion on Mastodon/Search
- Ben Adida has been posting about / asking some pointed questions, like [this one about search](https://mastodon.adida.net/@ben/109605040983358553 )
Derek Powazek shares about the early days at Technorati
Talking about search on Mastodon and having flashbacks to when I was the designer for Technorati. There was a beautiful moment there where blogs weren't indexed by Google and we were building a truly community-centric product, with tag pages and a blog directory and plans for way more. And it all got eaten when Google started indexing blogs. Another moment the fediverse should probably learn from.
André Staltz on Nostr
- Pros: simple to implement, uses conventional web technologies, has specifications from day one. Cons: many, so sit tight... https://twitter.com/andrestaltz/status/1608183487550443520
382 public LogSeq graphs listed by looking at what repos depend on logseq-publish #logseq-publish
- #via [@bsunter](https://twitter.com/Bsunter/status/1609052088939712524 )
worked half a day.
- "no había tanto, trucha" <- funny comment (but maybe not great, considering the degree of privilege it communicates) because only two Google restaurants were open.
- spent the day with friends who are visiting for New Years!
- then more friends arrived, and we all had dinner.
- I've been thinking about 2023, and about preparing a revolutionary calendar in the Commons (as an exercise). It won't be ready for Dec 31st -- but that's fine. It'll emerge organically and maybe it's sufficient if it's ready by Jan 31st, or even by June 31st, or even by Dec 31st of 2023 if it need be :)
I think I'm going to start using this as a free form blog tool.
I'm trying to connect to remote host without storing anything locally because my solid state drive is so small. My plan is to fuse mount a gitfs folder so it will auto commit when it syncs the files via sshfs; fuse on fuse on fuse
Thinking about setting my desk back up again. I took a break from programing for awhile and now I'm getting back into it. Writing code on the couch without a desk setup is getting to me.
I've also been playing with webtop which is a browser based linux distro that runs in the desktop
I went back to putting the files on my local computer. It was a cool idea but the downsides are greater than the gains. everything is a tradeoff