Since we’re all stuck inside and working from home, take this time to listen to some local San Diego music: takenbycanadians.com/music
It’s spooky that the last epidemic of this scale was almost exactly 100 years ago.
I guess I never noticed, but YouTube has a Local News section and it’s actually for local news in it. Well done.
Fellow San Diegans,
The County has put together an action fund for helping people who aren’t able to pay rent, services etc. The fund needs donations. If you can give, please consider it.
Andrew Yang [Then]:
Send everyone $1000/month to guarentee basic resources and resilience to every American.
… months pass and COVID-19 crisis escalates in the US.
So… that $1000 thing.
The Census site is pretty great: simple, clean, and clear. Did you know there’s a Federal Agency that standardizes the design of official websites? Well, there is and it’s great.
Since we’re all quarantined and home, make sure you spend 10 minutes and fill out the Census form!
Pushed out some small improvements with uploading images.
What if he’d been fiddling the whole time, and only then, under the ongoing threat of fire, did everyone finally notice?
What if Nero was already fiddling when Rome started to burn?
Immediately after I get an email from Cox about how they could handle the surge in traffic due to Coronavirus, my internet drops.
Pushed a quick fix this morning. Some Feed Directory pages weren’t responding.
It’s late but I wrote a thing:
Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t accomplish your dreams: you can. It might take a lot longer than you thought, but it can be done.
Just rolled out a new home page for Pine.blog showing off the new features (and because it needed a refresh).
The old one looks so empty in comparison.
Water Tower in the Rain
Today, Pine.blog joins the Social Web as a full-fledged member!
…When you reply to a post, Pine.blog uses Webmentions to let the recipient know you’ve responded to them, and if they respond back, you’ll see their response in your Mentions
There’s so much good stuff to be had in this release!
There went nothing (read: everything)!
Do any of you solo-devs out there also do code-reviews of your own code?
If all goes according to plan, there’s a lot in store for Pine.blog tonight.