A few years ago I looked at some of the programs I was writing, both for public release and libraries / scripts for internal consumption, and realized that even I was confused. I needed a new map to understand what I was doing. Hence I came up with Project ThoughtStorms. A quick and dirty overview […]
Bloody hell! I just wrote a blog post and WordPress lost it. Grrrr … The short resume was : – yes, I’m late (Feb) continuing my “Welcome to 2015” blog posts. – last year I got the functional programming bug. Haskell is pretty damned good, but I’ve fallen for Clojure because a) dynamic types, b) […]
OWL now has a simple Python server that saves OPML files to your local machine. More here.
GeekWeaver : Fixed a bug that prevented variables being evaluated in Markdown mode.
My software is more or less like Cthulhu. Normally dead and at the bottom of the sea, but occasionally stirring and throwing out a languid tentacle to drive men’s minds insane. (Or at least perturb a couple of more recklessly adventurous users.) However there’s been a bit more bubbling agitation down in R’lyeh recently. The […]
OK … not shouting much yet, but what with the relaunch of OPML and Fargo, there’s a bit of a GeekWeaver refresh going on. I put the code on GitHub and starting to clean it up, making it suitable for use … Watch this space …
This is really good news. Dave Winer finally comes out with a decent outliner in the browser. I’ve been looking for one for a long time. (Thought of trying to write it too, but it’s not my speciality. Now you get one from the world’s biggest Outlining evangelist.) This is also great news for Winer […]
Nice screencast from Dave Winer showing where the World Outliner (the successor to the OPML Editor) is at. Reminds me of GeekWeaver of course, though obviously slicker (and more specialised).
Lunascript looks very interesting.
Looks like Staticmatic is Rubyland’s solution to the problem that inspired GeekWeaver.