Docker and Electron are the most hyped new technologies of the last five years. Both are not about improving things, figuring out complexity or reducing it. Both are just compromised attempts to hide accumulated complexity from developers because it became impossible to deal with.
This is exactly why I hate using Docker.
I'm sold on #TiddlyWiki
While I'd prefer to use something less dependent on JS I probably won't find anything as productive anytime soon.
- I can access my wiki from almost any device (this blows org-mode out of the water)
- Underlying data is still plain text
- It's powerful as heck and hackable
- It's probably best Smalltalk experience in the browser you can get
- Load times are slow (works fine when loaded)
- I forget macro names
- Hard to find well-designed theme
Holy fuck it's like org-mode for the browser
"SourceHut is accessible because the core principles of simplicity upon which it is built naturally lead to an accessible design"
Achieving accessibility through simplicity
SponsorBlock is crowdsourced extension for skipping sponsored blocks in YT videos 💚
Let's kill adds industry!
markdown-clipper is nice browser extension that lets you dump website to markdown documents:
Ok, this is really nice!
Stores git (github/gitlab/etc) issues locally, allows using them via a TUI and local web server + offline + bidirectional sync.
@sir you sure wanna call that "News" ?
IMO, "Corporate Hype" would be a more accurate name