jealous! mine is a bit longer, but still has only two standalone editors.
LogoWriter ➡️ QBasic ➡️ Visual Studio ➡️ Emacs #
sounds like you all might be interested in web.hypothes.is/blog/using-the… (cc @ken_bauer) #
BGE, SoTC, ❤️ https://t.co/pl3g5vfm9v #
❤️❤️❤️ … and interesting, the only one we have in common is Okami. https://t.co/pl3g5vfm9v #
opposite of subtweeting is…supertweeting? #
vive la difference #
/me reluctantly subscribes to this thread for brid.gy. i haven’t yet fully ramped up on articles 11/13, and it’s hosted in the US, and non-commercial…but i assume i’ll still need to eventually. (i did for GDPR: brid.gy/about#gdpr) #
yes! my team can commiserate. “don’t predict the future” is one of the most common ways i nag them.
also: https://t.co/04Pq6f1I7D #
oh fun, me too! ok, newest to oldest:
Zelda: Breath of the Wild Inside The Witness The Stanley Parable, The Beginner’s Guide Okami Shadow of the Colossus Portal Quake 2 Grim Fandango Subspace
i cheated by bundling the most unusual/interesting pair. i regret nothing. #
the goal is to keep replies off your blog’s home page, feed, etc? yup, many of us do that. wordpress pages work, or plugins that exclude categories/tags, eg i use wordpress.org/plugins/ultima… . i then show them on a separate page: snarfed.org/responses #
oh man Gina can totally commiserate. and I’m not even competitive. 😳 #
you all know the details better than me, but let me know if i can help at all on the bridgy side! #
sure, that works automatically. to get it to discover posts on multiple web sites, just put them all in your twitter profile/bio, and then log into bridgy again. brid.gy/about#profile-… #
these kinds of webmentions (aka backfeed) are definitely possible without backlinks! brid.gy/about#link #
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fitts%27s… is one relevant piece of academic research. i definitely feel it myself, trying to click small links, buttons, etc. touch screens probably do obviate it though. #
As a data point from working with lots of new grads and junior engineers over the last 4 years, vi and Emacs are definitely in the minority. VS Code, Atom, Sublime, PyCharm, lots of editor diversity.
I weep at the loss of scriptability…but maybe they still have that? Not sure. #