Entries tagged “links”

New post about my recent visit to the Pitt Rivers Museum: http://d. 17/9/2017
Amazing, it works! 17/9/2017
If this posts, then I can now post from Alfred to Blot with Zapier! 17/9/2017
New post: Using Zapier to post to Blot 28/8/2017
New post: Netlify 19/8/2017
Netlify: All-in-one-platform for automating modern web projects 15/8/2017
New post: Borobudur Temple 7/8/2017
Designing a RESTful API using Flask-RESTful - miguelgrinberg.com 1/8/2017
Two Scoops of Django 1.11 13/7/2017
New post: Using Huginn 11/7/2017
How to make a Flask blog in one hour or less 9/7/2017
https://www.hyper.sh/ 8/7/2017
New post: Kalle and Flint 17/6/2017
New post: Slipstream and micro.blog 21/5/2017
New post: The Peregrine by J.A. Baker 14/5/2017
clueboard.co 14/5/2017
Untangling the Tale of Ada Lovelace—Stephen Wolfram Blog 23/12/2015
Git, Push to Deploy & Hugo - Bradley Falzon 23/12/2015
The Eve of St Agnes. - Harry Cory Wright 28/9/2015
http://numi.io ‒ Beautiful calculator for Mac 18/8/2015
Social Issues: A Woman in Uniform 17/7/2015
Gallery : Field Cycles 5/7/2015
An introduction to Magit, an Emacs mode for Git - Mastering Emacs 28/6/2015
Male Affection: A Photographic History Tour | The Art of Manliness 13/8/2012
BBC Two - The Great British Story: A People’s History, Industry and Empire 4/8/2012
humanæ 8/7/2012
Stats Chat 6/7/2012
The Starter 16/5/2012
Plot.io - Data Visualization made Fast, Fun and Easy 31/12/2011
Brew Methods — Home 27/11/2011
Screenfly by QuirkTools — Test Your Website at Different Screen Resolutions 24/10/2011
A Low Impact Woodland Home 1/10/2011
Quick Tip: This command line trick is tops - Brett Terpstra 7/9/2011
org-mode In Your Pocket Is a GNU-Shaped Devil :: dot unplanned 12/8/2011
My Name Is Me | Supporting your freedom to choose the name you use on social networks and other online services. 3/8/2011
Red Sweater Blog — Restore Safari’s Downloads Keyboard Shortcut 23/7/2011
Tips and Tricks for Keyboard Maestro 17/7/2011
Marked: MultiMarkdown preview, everywhere 13/7/2011
The answer is perhaps a Victorian solution to a Victorian problem. In the 19th century there was a campaign to give everyone the opportunity to take part in the culture of literacy by establishing public libraries in every town and every village. This was immensely successful. I think we should do t… 20/8/2009