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In web development since 2005.

Thinking about what my personal site should be for. Replacing Twitter and notes. A blog, sharing finds, what I’m hacking on and be a reference knowledge base. Let’s see if Known can do this. changelog: added an "interesting reads" section to the sidebar, and deprioritised archives and meta. I'm thinking about using my personal site more for micro updates, but Known's UX is much better for posting them. Of course I could take the RSS feed of this site and convert that into WordPress posts. There's something to be said for having everything in one place.

Still have to find a headless WordPress site that was more maintainable after a year of work than a serverside one

In the terminal the unix timestamp can be listed by `date +%s`

I typoed `npm ruin build` and I was not disappointed!

Email Log – Log and view WordPress Emails

Useful WordPress plugin to audit why email is sent or not.

Tip: set a weird background color on your npm build, so that it's apparent when you forget to run the watcher

Whenever Firefox is updated my pinned searches are restored and they have to be deleted again. I understand it's where money comes from, but in this workflow nobody is winning.

Micro blogging is back baby! Powered by Known (

The aim of this site is to log all the cool finds and quips I find that would be cluttering up my main site.