NOW take a look at [[now]] and [[LATER]]
- what's the next coding task/project I really want to tackle?
- went long, finished after 8pm. still, a productive day all in all.
[[pull all]] button
- experimenting with this in dev.anagora.org, I like it for now, need to figure out layout
- Goddam it: [[Net Zero Scrutiny Group]]
Sometimes I have to remind myself I do not live in the same world as other people. To remind myself that others are living with totally different understandings of facts, that their values may not be as repugnant to me as it seems on the surface. But... one gets tired.
What would be a good name for that distinction between facts-conflicts, theory-conflicts, and values-conflicts?
A friend is getting into [[TiddlyWiki]] and I am so hype for him. I hope I'm not just overwhelmingly hype. It is a little weird how few good themes are out there... I wonder if it's because people like me are happy to tweak layout outside of the proper theming system so then it's not as neatly sharable? Still, you'd imagine there would be more without the 2004 low opacity black [[drop shadow]]. It probably wouldn't be too hard for me to package up my own Starter Version with plugins and things... but then I suppose really you'd need to be able to package the node server for it to work for people with low effort anyway.
Gotta get my work one off the old work computer. >:(
Continued efforts to tag things with [[astrological houses]] have revealed a lot of [[journal entries]] where I clearly wanted to start an entry, thought I'd begin with how I was feeling, wrote something to the effect of "I'm so tired/unhappy", and then didn't say anything more over the day. Pondering the merits of preservation of such artifacts... If they were more amenable to [[quantified self]] type analysis it'd be one thing, but...
I have been waiting for [[CSS]] to support proper color manipulation but apparently some mad lad is making it work with variables alone. Inspiring!