Building a Site Around Thousands of Diary Entries from Samuel Pepys — Running in Production Podcast 32
I’m on this episode of this podcast about making and running websites.
On Dezeen, Designboom, etc. showing endless “designs” that are nothing more than a publicity-hungry Photoshop job. If only this was only a problem during Coronavirus. (via Pluralistic)
@Pickledegg101 Yeah, trundling on thanks.
@Pickledegg101 I do feel a little peaky! (Hello, I hope you're doing OK.)
For anyone who isn't following the latest developments in this… er… car crash of a story, probably not in the UK, and who needs some context: theguardian.com/world/live/202…
@meejahoar Doing alright thanks. I hope all's good with you!
@adamamyl I made it.
@tomcoates You're too kind.
Think how many collective human-hours spent following all this nonsense could have been saved with a simple, decent, "Sorry, I resign" a few days ago.
If you've always wanted to listen to me talk about the technical side of running pepysdiary.com using #Django then it's your lucky day! I'm on this podcast episode doing just that. @samuelpepys twitter.com/nickjanetakis/…
ffs how long does it take to write “knowledge is porridge” on a whiteboard
next: govt will dismiss mysterious sightings of "Cummings Man" aka "Spring-heeled Dominic" across the North-East as a mass psychogenic illness exacerbated by vitamin D deficiency & experimental malaria meds
#Satire #NoStewLeeColumnThisWeek #WillThisDo
@TheMichaelMoran Ignoring the row - I am lightly amused that THIS is consistent with the Observer style guidelines.
I've been talking a lot about the bad study about Twitter bots and COVID-19 that has been shared widely over the weekend. I'd like to highlight a GOOD study on the same topic, mostly as an example of what I would like to see more of from researchers, & what media should look for.