That one went by fast, but I packed quite a bit into it. Not quite the gentle ease into the new year I was hoping for, but when is it ever.
Here are my highlights from January, a few good links from around the web and what I have planned for the month of February.
Highlights from January #
- Watched Studio 54, You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment, a bunch of Masterchef and a few episodes of The X-Files Season 2.
- Read The warm dry home by Pete Ward.
- Published Introducing cu.css and OKR in Obsidian.
- Released a bunch of cu.css updates (v0.1.1 - v0.1.4).
- Went to see the Accidentally Wes Anderson exhibition.
- Ran my second Parkrun.
- Spent time with my sister and nephew – we almost solved the Rubix cube.
- Decorated the spare room and fixed up our rotting window sills.
Elsewhere on the web #
- Displaying Series of Posts in Hugo. A good example of using Hugo’s complement function from Wouter Groeneveld.
- I also enjoyed reading Wouter’s Publish your work, it reminded me that I need to write more about the things I’m working on.
- My AI Dad from Brandon helped me realise that AI isn’t all bad and at times can even offer guidance and support.
- After reading Linking from Jeremy Keith and Links page update from Brandon, it’s clearly time for a links page.
What I’m up to in February #
- More cu.css updates.
- Continuing with Practical Hugo content.
- Client work: Completing Buxton migration. Various Mew and AIN projects.
Thank you for reading #
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