This project became bigger than I thought it would be, therefore I moved it to it’s own top-level domain. In other words, because this blogging thing became bigger to me than a simple account warrants, I upgraded to a real website. I also started to use Mastodon as a microblog, because I want to be […]
Ryan Bates takes a hiatus from producing his series of video tutorials for Ruby on Rails. He made all the Pro content of RailsCasts free to watch for anyone.
The Open Rights Group Birmingham started a new blog series on how to DE-GOOGLE-IFYING YOUR LIFE and explains why you should do it, too.
The story how the search engine newcomer came to be and came to be succesful, gets told by Gennaro Cuofano as part of his Four-Week MBA program.
An interesting working hypothesis, that let’s me be exited to the highest degree. Lawyer and typographer (Yes, that happens!) Matthew Butterick writes at the website for the software package Pollen about it. At the core of Pollen is an argument: Digital books should be the best books we’ve ever had. So far, they’re not even close. […]
This instance of WordPress doesn’t have many readers. It’s journey just has begun. But a few followers on WordPress.com and a few subscribers of the RSS-feed amount to roughly ten people who could notice when I post over here. In the “about” text on this Blog I promised to update every month several times. Unfortunately […]
So, Twan has included me in his blogroll, which is nice, thanks Twan! It is a minor historical note of this blog, since this is the first “mention” of this blog of any sort. Twan also decided than using his blogroll is too much work for him, so the whole thing is gone again. Which […]