A wiki cataloguing those things small and mundane that I find useful to revisit from time to time.
Regarding this website
- The portal welcomes folks in, and offers some guidance on how to navigate this website.
- The miscellany of tags offers a more curated collection of tags to explore.
Notable blog posts
- Accessibility and the product person is a re-tooled version of a talk that I gave at my work that explains how product designers and managers can help move accessibility forward.
- Thoughts on accessibility in smol computing is a post addressed to the smol computing community, folks (like me) interested in gopher, gemini, DuskOS, and what not.
- December adventure describes the birth of what I hope becomes a regular tradition.
- That one time when Buffy the Vampire Slayer maybe saved my life is about how I had a brain bleed.
- My programming language odyssey catalogues my adventures in playing with a whole bunch of different programming systems and languages.
- WikiJousting describes a game to play on Wikipedia.
- A bike ride story describes where unicorns come from.
- A bedtime story describes the origin of donuts.
- iTunes Nostalgia is where I have feelings about iTunes of yesteryear as the best form of social media.
- May her memory be a blessing is a eulogy of sorts.
- Nonlinearities and change and travel and mountains and moving and the ocean is about traveling, and family, and climate collapse, and navel gazing.
- Dead Mom is about the cartoon Steven Universe and growing up with a dead mom.
In 2022 I started keeping reading lists of all the books I read in a year.
Bookmarks are a core part of how I internet. I export my bookmarks to make sure I don’t loose them.
Stuff that could become a blog post one day.
- Dadification, a sloppy explanation of what I mean when I say “dad-ification.”
- PocketForth is a forth system for classic Mac OS.
- Moon maker is a bash script companion to help bring text editing beyond single text files.
- Mynah is a bash script that can help you tend to a digital garden by turning a directory of markdown or org-mode files into a wiki.
- ldb.js is an itsy-bitsy database for the browser. Useful for trivial projects and other toys on the web.
- dice is a relatively simple class to roll dice using typescript.
- Guava is a stack-based, concatenative language and editor for the browser meant to be used for scripting and as a DSL for small web projects.
- pomopomopomo is a teeny tiny (not totally complete) pomodoro timer for gforth.
- Forget-me-nots, are little things I am always looking up.
- Acme, notes on a weird text editor I adore.
- Documentation, high-level tidbits and advice for creating useful documentation.
- C, notes on the C programming language.
- Assembly, notes on assembly programming, including uxntal.
- Forth, notes exploring this programming system.
- Array programming, …enter the matrices
Bits and bobs
This is stuff that didn’t fit anywhere else, but may find its way to a better home one day.
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