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28 March 2018

Writing

  1. Describing events in code

    Describing how I thought about writing code to catalogue 28 years of visits to cinemas, theatres, gigs, etc. and the decisions I made.

  2. 28 years of events

    I’ve catalogued 28 years of visits to cinemas, theatres, gigs, etc on my site. Here’s a summary of it all.

Tweets

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @hex Thanks! The trouble is, no matter how many and how detailed one’s records are, there’s always more that one could have done.

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    @sarahtgold Thanks! Start again! You in n years will thank you :)

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    @jamesjefferies Very nice! I wish setlist also listed support acts. I’d keep coming across it while googling things and always wanted that info.

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    @simonw Thanks Simon, I’m glad you like it :)

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @simonw I’d prefer them in a separate account just because I already follow your links via ye olde RSS feed :)

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    @benterrett @paulpod Now you’re talking!

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    @ianbetteridge My own unsocial network!

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @fascinated Ye olde Foursquare in the form of tickets kept in sketchbooks.

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    @paulpod We might be there now.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    I’ve catalogued 28 years of my visits to movies, plays, gigs, exhibitions, etc.

    I’ve written about that and made some charts: gyford.com/phil/writing/2…

    I’ve also written about the decisions I made writing the code and the changes I made while using it: gyford.com/phil/writing/2…

  • philgyford’s avatar

    This is not the ways to encourage me.

  • Liked tweets

  • dsenneff’s avatar

    Fixed a bunch of bugs and made a few improvements to my animated login avatar. Check it out: codepen.io/dsenneff/full/…
    #svg #gsap #ui #ux #animation