I love pretty much everything Tom Scott does on YouTube. This has some great stuff on creativity and making stuff. Love it. https://youtu.be/h0AMaW4XRCI
The #Gutenberg update seems to be presented as “advanced” users wanting a simpler interface, with the implication that less advanced users want a more complex interface? I really don’t understand the logic.
A chance to simplify things has ended up with more obscurely-named options.
OK. 🚀🚀🚀 Day! Let’s do this!
This is really quite ridiculous. I don’t even drive or travel much. How do we fix this nonsense?
I pray the mundanity of things like my last post are enough to distract you from the overwhelming sense of fear, dread and hopelessness that the fast-approaching freight train of current affairs leaves you feeling.
You are welcome! 😃
On a bit of a short-blogging roll. In this one I discuss how replacing corded household appliances with cordless ones has been a real boon in the last few months. Yes, I’m now a household-appliance blogger. 😬
I think this is also true…
I stand corrected. The last post was a Euler Diagram!
I made more informative parenting charts. This is a Venn diagram.
Computers and the internet are great, brilliant, amazing things. But there’s something special about just feeling the grass beneath your feet.
I don’t know if this is interesting, but maybe it gives some insight into the breadth of my work in a given week. “What are you up to?”
#sourdough My sandwiches will be an interesting shape this week. 😕
We stayed in this beautiful, Hobbiton-like place in Cornwall, in a 2-room Glamping Pod. Brilliant!
#sourdough This is not going well. All stuck to my banneton. 🙁
#sourdough My starter definitely survived in the fridge while we holidayed. But this does not seem to have risen much overnight. Hmm. Left it to prove a bit this morning. Could be a bit of a brick.
Breaking news: 2.5 year old has developed strong opinions about whether or not she wants to go to nursery. 😱
Also: has anyone seen my 6yo’s scooter?!
I hate the name “Daily Greatness”, but going to ty to start using this again. I don’t use the business parts of it much. But I like the weekly/daily planning and time-blocking and creative/motivational aspects.
Some things on the internet are inexplicably difficult. e.g. Bloom (WordPress email opt-in plugin) + MailChimp + Groups + GDPR fields. They really do NOT work together.
It seems that MailChimp’s own forms are the only way to set their GDPR consent on a new user. Is this right? Or can I pass it in using the API?