Here’s an unavoidable fact: the software project you’re working on
has some flaws that no one knows about. Not you, your users, nor
anyone in your team. These could be anything from faulty assumptions
in the UI to leaky abstractions in the architecture or an
error-prone release process.
Facebook can track almost all your web activity and tie it to your
Facebook identity. If that’s too much for you, the Facebook
isolates your identity into a separate container tab, making it
harder for Facebook to track you on the web outside of Facebook.
We kinda went down a rabbit
the other day when I suggested folks check out
“The aim of the project is to be the jq or sed of yaml files.”
First, there’s nothing wrong with this project. I like it, I find
the tool useful, and that’s that. But the great debate started over
our lord and savior, YAML. Yeah, I know, XML
vs. JSON vs. YAML vs. TOML vs. the next thing is a tired and old
Asciidoctor is a fast, open
text processor and publishing toolchain for converting
AsciiDoc content to
HTML5, DocBook, PDF, and other formats. Asciidoctor is written in
Ruby and runs on all major operating systems. The Asciidoctor
project is hosted on
In the evening the female Aphonopelma seemanni I keep was out of its
burrow. I could remove the lid of her enclosure without disturbing the
large spider and took a few close up photos with my dated iPhone 5.
Because she closes off her burrow now and then and refuses food I
expect her to molt soon. That would be the second time in my care, the
first time was the 28th of June, 2020.