I have a feeling I’ve asked this before but… Nintendo fans… if someone has never played a Zelda game and could play any Zelda game on any platform, where should that person start?
Gotta admit, this is pretty funny…
This is a really impressive physics lesson…
Remembering the time I added speech-to-text to my command palette and made voice-controlled #WordPress.
I still wonder if this would be awesome…
This story about a girl who was dragged twice around the world on a boat by her crazy father is quite a read!!
Oh. Lol. This is because I have the Better Twitter browser extension!!
More coffee please!!
Huh. Have been spending some time lurking back on Twitter.
User profiles don't show following/follower counts any more?
That's weird. That was kind-of a key metric for many.
I'm going to take this as huge validation for my work – turns out I was way ahead of the curve in some of this stuff!!
But it does present a dilemma: what to do with Turbo Admin!?
How long will it be until these new things exist?
Will there still be a need for it after an admin redesign?
Should I just open source it now and call it a day?
I'll be figuring these things out.
The #WordPress Gutenberg Phase 3 announcement is very interesting for me.
Because it will be disruptive for my Turbo Admin product.
An admin redesign (especially if done in React) may make Turbo Admin impossible to run.
Fortunately they are also considering adding their own "global search & command component" so Turbo Admin may no longer be needed (this is a GOOD thing!)
They also want to refine list tables, which I'm currently working on enhancing!
I'm also really on the fence about Bear Notes and Obsidian. Bear is great – I properly love it – but development of it seems really slow. v2 has been in the works for SO long and I don't even know what features it will have and how much it will cost.
In the meantime, the world seems to have switched to Obsidian. Which I feel like I can't properly embrace until I'm all in. But it's way more expensive.
Anyone have thoughts on this? Do I just go all in and accept the cost?
I find myself wanting to look at my phone less, but while still being able to do things. Am actually, finally, considering an Apple watch (partly because some free money came my way). Even though in my head a watch that you need to charge daily is stupid.
Are they REALLY good? So many people seem to have and like them. Is the cost/benefit ratio actually really good?
Ugh. Here I am complaining. But really, I hate it when customer support works like this:
"I found an issue in your software. It doesn’t work as expected. It deleted my data when it shouldn’t. I've looked in the place where the data should be. It's not there, and I can't find it anywhere else!”
“Please look in the place where the data should be? If it's not there you can restore it by doing this: <instructions>”.
Totally missing the point and ignoring information I've already given.
Kids wanted me to use my bread lame (very sharp scoring blade) to make smiley face bread today…
Yesterday I realised that you can't burp in space. And that fizzy drinks would be VERY weird.
I also note that this is slightly incomplete. But I wanted to write it up and get it out there!! Hooray!!
DO NOT RUN THIS CODE!!! It’s dangerous and stupid and you accept all risk.
But if you want magically-created, AI-generated #WordPress functions like:
then here's the code to do it:
And a write up:
A moment of self-awareness.
I’ve now tinkered with generative code AI APIs.
And I find myself in the position of thinking: “I’m not entirely happy with this technology existing, but I’ve played with it, and it’s really fun!”
Which is where most people started with crypto and NFT’s.
Magic #WordPress queries don't execute or cache yet, but I can generate them!