Jeremy Felt

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In reply to: https://jeremyfelt.com/notes/c8431668023231/

I thought I was all clever embracing the crap out of get_block_template_part() with Gutenberg activated before 6.1 was released, but now this white screen bug caused by 6.1.1 is driving me bonkers on every project. 🙃

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I don’t remember GitHub automatically removing line breaks from a Well Formatted™ commit message when using it to create pull request text.

I like it!

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A thing about a microwave above the stove is that the handle gets so hot when you have a pot of boiling water under it.

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It’s funny how quickly I went from “Loom is kind of weird, I dunno” to “Loom is definitely the best way to communicate this”

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A nice thing about having a place to write notes is that sometimes you can open it up and type out a rant about something and then just delete it

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In reply to: https://toot.cafe/@cagrimmett/109430524345598105

@cagrimmett@toot.cafe That makes sense. Their RSS feeds work well and are readily available, which I probably think of as the biggest qualifier for inclusion on a blogroll.

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It’s disappointing how much JavaScript

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May your coffee kick in before reality does.

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My Shortnotes plugin, which powers the notes area of my site, now integrates with Share on Mastodon, the plugin I use to share notes (like this one) on Mastodon. #meta #WordPress #indieweb #hashtags

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In reply to: https://indieweb.social/@jeremyfelt/109345948683440482

@jeremyfelt@indieweb.social testing this again now that I’ve added the status ID parsing to Shortnotes.

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Today’s Wordle was rigged!

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I’ve had this jacket long enough that a phone used to fit in the chest pocket

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A screenshot of Tumblr's "Let's follow some tags" screen that suggests tags to follow. Listed are things like twitter drama, twitter refugees, twitpocalypse, rip twitter, elon musk twitter.

A block all/never suggest any of these again option would come in handy on a screen like this.

(I have nothing against toyartistry!)

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› git cd ..
WARNING: You called a Git command named 'cd', which does not exist.
Continuing in 0.1 seconds, assuming that you meant 'co'.
Updated 1 path from the index

Oops. I’m so happy I only had a one word change waiting to be staged. I think this is the first time a git autocorrect has not gone in my favor.

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Very amusing to find myself annoyed that Spotify started auto-playing a related track after the album I was listening to (Triangle, by L’Orage) finished when I thought I had disabled that “feature”…

…but then also happy because I was really digging the track. 😂

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On my third attempt to clarify my responses to my Twitter developer application form. It seems to be very hard to communicate “I want an API key so that I can programmatically delete my tweets”.

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I haven’t deleted my Twitter account because twitter.com/jeremyfelt has been mine for over 15 years and I’m not comfortable with a bot or handle doppelgänger snatching it up in 30 days.

I have made my account private and I’m only visiting daily to see if anyone else has joined a Mastodon instance.

Strangely, I’ve also requested credentials for a new Twitter dev account. 🙃

I’ll use that to programmatically delete all of my tweets except for the one I have pinned and my last. 🎨

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Kurt Cobain’s voice singing “illustrated book about birds” passes through my head more weeks than not.

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Every week I put the pizza in for 10 minutes after we add our toppings and every week I add 2-4 minutes because it’s not yet browned enough.

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I just went through a few hundred emails and clicked unsubscribe somewhere around a thousand times. The digital cleanup feels good.

Newsletters with feeds are now in my feed reader, I’ll probably forget about the others soon enough. 🙂

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Jeremy's profile photo: a selfie taken while walking through Berlin.

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