Oatmeal

A digital pillow fort

It has been a while since my last link-log, and will probably be a bit longer yet.

Things have been good, but a wee bit busy so I haven’t wanted to spend much spare time outside of meatspace (tree space? What is a good vegetarian equivalent?).

Work has been humming along; I have a new freelance client that I’m excited about, but managing a legacy codebase is always a handful, and I continue to make progress towards the launch of bagel.systems.

I started reading Ancillary Justice, by Ann Leckie. It is the first in the Imperial Radch trilogy. So far, I’m enjoying it a lot and look forward to continue reading the series.

For work I’ve started to learn a lot more about Domain-Driven Design. It seems that I’m about 30 years late to it, but I’ve found what I’ve read so far to be pretty applicable in my day-to-day work. Also, the fellow who helped to write the original book on DDD seems to live in Portland, ME, which is shocking and awesome. I’ll probably check out the next local meetup.

You child in yellow shorts pets some moss along a path in the woods.

Always be petting moss. 🌱

Young child in a red shirt watching ants, while their long hair touches the ground.

Watching ants/collecting ants in hair.

In reply to: Retailer Amazon nears victory in rainforest battle over domain name

Corporate colonialism.

And just like that, I’m back to being all in on org-mode.

In reply to: Can "Indie" Social Media Save Us? | The New Yorker

It is awesome to see the IndieWeb and micro.blog getting some exposure in The New Yorker!?

Father and son jumping on a trampoline.

Living dangerously

Mom and son walk down wooded path.

Birthday vibes

Kid and mom looking out an airport window at planes and equipment.

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