This year it took much longer, but also needed more effort. Began with some baggage from things that didn't get done, but quickly evolved into cathartic letting-go, and hopeful daydreaming. Things are aligning right now. #yearcompass
Smol new frens. #florespondence
A collection of notes on buying food in Japan, tailored for sailors.
Creating a personal #wiki / knowledgebase is probably the most useful things I have ever done for myself... I collect absolutely everything I learn, write myself tutorials, make notes, record ideas.. and I use these every single day. I started with plain #markdown files and have used a variety of platforms. If you have stuff to remember, you gotta make one for yourself. I currently use #tiddlywiki and I love it
I followed this to get minio running: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-an-object-storage-server-using-minio-on-ubuntu-16-04
And I followed this awesome tutorial for the S3 part: https://angristan.xyz/moving-mastodon-media-files-to-wasabi-object-storage/
My internet chat style is very based in 90s chat room, ICQ, and online communities of the time.. I tend to send each sentence to the person as i chat rather than write a huge paragraph and send it.. which im guessing is probably reallly annoying now that everyone uses phones and they bleep and buzz. whoops.
Really taking to this #personalwiki stuff. It feels so effortless to make new pages, as well as improve old ones. I find it is a very organic way to convey information about some of my projects. I've probably made more wiki pages in the past month than I have blog posts in the last 5 years...
Exploring Personal knowledge systems, and some Self-hosted and IndieWeb ideas; specialty #coffee enthusiast; I love my plants. I'm also interested in urban planning and philosophy. I read, cook, travel.
Generalistic and moderated instance.