Nov 26, 2015
@Maelacuna Thought you'd like this one. http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/Professor-Brian-Cox-tickets/artist/1872539
Nov 25, 2015
I've been hating on Twitter Bootstrap in the past but it's actually been really handy for blasting out a quick rough structure to this site I'm building at the moment.
I just used the center tag. That's right - you heard me.
Thanks for that. Good find!
I, Partridge is an absolutely brilliant listen.
Nov 24, 2015
Listening to the Audiobook of "I, Partridge: We need to talk about Alan". The icing on the cake is that it's being read by Alan, himself.
Word of the day: HELLENOMANIA - the excessive use of Latin or Greek terms where understandable English words would've been more appropriate.— The QI Elves (@qikipedia) November 24, 2015
I have just written this post and then lost it without saving.
I am annoyed.
That said I'll try and rewrite without rushing too much.
I'm always tinkering around with this website. As a result I tend to sometimes get bored with it. I feel the design just looks dull and uninspired, and find that my backend could be a lot cleaner... phrasing.
I then feel that my website needs to be improved - and as a result rebuilt.
This is the inner critic talking. You know that guy/gal right? They are the one who sits back doing naff-all and only pipes up to say something when you've created something, or are thinking of doing so, and says "That's shit - what are you thinking".
The inner critic is a fecking wonker (intentional fake swearing) and needs to be put down.
Something I listened to last week really hit home with me about this. On this episode of The Web Ahead podcast, Jen Simmons talked with Jeremy Keith about understanding the web. I am always inspired when hearing Jeremy talk about the web and building for it.
This is when the site never gets launched because it's never quite good enough. The number of designers who haven't launched because it doesn't look quite right, or the number of developers because they haven't finished writing their own CMS.
Jeremy Keith on The Web Ahead episode #110
In this episode He and Jen where talking about how people - in general - are so used to publishing on the web through a service - or gatekeeper as they called it. Also they mentioned about people's habit of self-censoring and imposing their own restrictions. It was after listening to this that I realised that my own reasons for thinking I needed to rebuild my site were all self-imposed reasons and that it was stopping me from actually writing stuff.
I have been concentrating too much on the tools of publishing instead of actually just publishing.
So this entry is a way for me to try and break that habit.
Let's see how long I can keep it up for... phrasing.
Kate Bush - Running up that hill
Nov 21, 2015
Nov 20, 2015
@letsencrypt hi. I signed up for beta access the other day for my site davidpea.ch I was just wondering if you had a timescale? Cheers.
Nov 19, 2015
Starting a new personal project tonight. Finally a medium-sized project idea that I want to build. And one to really dig into Laravel.
Nov 18, 2015
I'm really impressed with Mirrors the Sky album by Lyla Foy (@lylafoy). First moments of that album, and a couple of songs further in, her voice sounds like an early Stevie Nicks. Listened twice this evening and may go for a third.
Nov 17, 2015
Man Don't Care - JME and Giggs