Some technical notes about the blog system I built here.
Reflections on something like 25 years of blogging.
Calendar on the wall tells me I've been running my new blog software for about a week now. Successfully!
I dove deep this week into rewriting my blog software. Almost didn't come up for air.
Blogging software, rewritten from scratch.
Should I rewrite my existing blogging app, or ditch it entirely? (Spoiler: DIY! DIY!)
People who launch YouTube channels or present themselves a certain way on Twitter are said to be engaging in a kind of performance. Or someone who just keeps a blog, like yours truly.
When tech works it's a wonderful thing. The rest of the time... (Self-written blog software edition.)
The idea is called "continuous publishing", and it doesn't thrill me.
Toying with Pelican, Nikola, and other static site generators.
Most of my unpublished blogging simply isn't fit for public consumption. Here's what most of it is.
Blogging never "died"; it's just become harder to see. But it's as crucial as ever.
On media both social and antisocial.
On getting back into the headspace for blogging.
Out with the old blog, in with the new blog. Slowly.
Good stories start with good characters.
Me and my big mouth, revisited.
Not much time for blogging -- bunch of real-life things got in the way, and I ended up not doing book edits for a couple of days in a row. For me this constitutes a major failing of mettle, so...
On building an escape hatch with software.
I'm trying to solve my problems, not create new ones. Honest.
More on me drilling my own escape tunnel from dead-end software.
The peril and pain of DIY blogging.
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