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Inbox

  • Just installed Foam.
  • I'm going to start a journal next, the question is whether I put it on journal/ or diary/.
  • journal/ seems to make more sense perhaps; it's used in filesystems, so it has more possible interpretations.

Inbox

Disorganized notes here, to be categorized later.

Inbox

  • Here you can write disorganised notes to be categorised later
  • Bullet points are useful, but it could be free form text as well
  • Sometimes it's better to just get things off your mind quickly, rather than stop to think where it belongs
  • But don't let this list get too long
  • Move information to more specific documents and link to them.
    • This helps you navigate between documents quickly
    • For example, you can Cmd+Click this: [[todo]]
  • Some notes don't end up making sense the next day
  • That's ok, you can just delete them!
    • You can always find them in your git history, if you really need it!

TODOversion control system that captures movements

  • file system implementation that records all of the operations performed on a file over time

  • editor that integrates with all of those changes and can easily visualize them

  • somehow logged to a file

  • perhaps converted to git or something? this goes along with the 'file system' in memory editor idea i had before.

etc

https://multiverse.plus/kicks/not-just-a-subreddit https://pliss.org/2021/registration.html https://portal.mozz.us/gemini/gemini.spam.works/~emery/devlog/sigil-report.gmi https://numinous.productions/ttft/ https://sagegerard.com/blog.html very helpful cool emacs articles, worth digging into https://github.com/zyrolasting/isml https://sagegerard.com/parameterized-rcs.html so much knowledge on this page! http://www.winestockwebdesign.com/Essays/Lisp_Curse.html

https://colorforth.github.io/HOPL.html https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1053639 https://www.reddit.com/r/neovim/comments/nd7y73/my_thoughts_on_nvimlsp_vs_coc_with_rust/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share https://www.well-typed.com/blog/2014/12/simple-smt-solver/ https://cs.stackexchange.com/questions/81838/how-could-an-smt-solver-be-implemented-as-simple-as-possible https://dribbble.com/stories/2021/04/26/web-design-data-fonts?utm_campaign=2021-05-05&utm_medium=email&utm_source=courtside-20210505 https://jix.one/the-assembly-language-of-satisfiability/

learn to implement type theory? https://ice1000.org/pages/about.html might be a useful cs course: http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~david/csc324/index.html

saved-links file?

http://www.pathsensitive.com/2021/03/why-programmers-shouldnt-learn-theory.html http://www.jameskoppel.com/skunkworks/ http://www.pathsensitive.com/2021/03/developer-tools-can-be-magic-instead.html https://jsomers.net/blog/dictionary http://www.cs.umd.edu/~rrand/vqc/Real.html https://www.notion.so/Computing-History-Hub-be72f307fc2e4b05abe3dc67eb937521 https://www.recurse.com/blog/51-paper-of-the-week-out-of-the-tar-pit https://darkblueheaven.com/spatialsoftware/ https://brianlui.dog/2020/05/10/beware-of-tight-feedback-loops/amp/?__twitter_impression=true https://thesephist.com/posts/shadow/ https://beautifulracket.com/bf/ https://beautifulracket.com/bf/grammars-and-parsers.html https://doisinkidney.com/posts/2021-03-14-hyperfunctions.html https://thesephist.com/posts/play/ http://sigusr2.net/scanabanana.html https://www.mollymielke.com/cc https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/03/complete-guide-accessible-front-end-components/

article: everyone is programming poorly visualization of all these no code and communication skills compare to real code

meme about academia: multi column beta (research paper) vs freewriting chad https://charted.space/orthogonal-persistence.html https://github.com/curlpipe/ox https://www.reddit.com/r/rust/comments/g45bim/how_to_make_a_text_editor_in_rust/ https://web.dev/building-a-settings-component/ https://dev.to/fallenstedt/making-a-canvas-based-game-with-rust-and-webassembly-2l46 https://comby.dev/blog/2021/03/26/comby-reducer

https://bjango.com/articles/speedrunsoccerballicon/ tips for icon design - and designing them fast!

https://lea.verou.me/2021/03/inverted-lightness-variables/

  • automate generation of lightness variables

  • automate generation of padding variations: tags and the associated values. do this as the app expands!

https://weareskribbl.com/ icon inspiration? https://adrianroselli.com/2021/03/under-engineered-select-menus.html select component conventions can be super useful!

https://tonsky.me/blog/font-size/ problems with line height

https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/03/svg-generators/: lots of good svg generators

https://garet.spacetype.co/ : this is an incredible way to experience a font!

creative web inspiration: https://jonathanalpmyr.com/ https://www.callbruno.com/en/ https://themarcus.com/ https://www.cosmiccollusion.com/ https://francoisxaviermanceau.com/ https://www.icelandicexplorer.com/ https://hanaiworld.com/ http://fabioformato.com/ https://stykka.com/ https://bridgelanding.qodeinteractive.com/tour/ https://swissdent.creative-nights.com/ https://dribbble.com/shots/15386896-Realistic-Expeditions https://dribbble.com/shots/15032867-One-step-at-a-time https://dribbble.com/shots/15348895-Planet-X-landing-page https://dribbble.com/shots/15347733-Estliving https://dribbble.com/shots/15296319-Layout-006-Kombu-Art-Design-Culture-Magazine https://dribbble.com/shots/15272564-Layout-Exploration https://dribbble.com/shots/15291982-Depth https://dribbble.com/shots/15137014-Confidence https://dribbble.com/shots/15081065-From-Works-to-Single-Project https://dribbble.com/shots/15344433-Paul-Henriette-002 https://dribbble.com/shots/15384306-Intergalactic-Disassociation love this!

https://jam.link/ very cool idea and page!

http://worrydream.com/LadderOfAbstraction/

TODOAdd CI

  • Currently the site is built on the client side

  • Add a CI configuration to build the site on upload

TODOAdd 'Edit on GitHub' button

  • Dependent on CI

  • Allows others to open PRs and edit content from GitHub that is then directly added to the site (and incorporated, via CI)

TODOConvert links to archive.org references on push

this way i'll actually have them in the future should be part of a CI job or something; maybe locally in the editor? could take a lot of time though.

TODOdynamically fetch and insert titles into .org files

this way i dont have to retype the title, as i do most of the time. easier to just go back and change it than to have to manually add the title

TODOremove personal info

some config to prevent pages with personal info from showing in public wiki, but allowing me to browse them freely locally https://covilla.life/ cool idea

https://mrshll.com/ https://siraben.github.io/2020/02/20/free-monads.html https://yggdrasil-network.github.io/

get wifi from a QR code

  • nautilus file manager (or some other drag n drop file manager)

  • install cobang:

    • install flatpak (services flatpak enable for nixos)

    • install the flathub repo on flatpak thing

    • install cobang from flathub (instructions are on github, i think)

  • segfault happened when trying to read from my non ir cameras, so i had to switch to the mode that had a drag and drop, install the nautilus file manager, then drag and drop an image onto cobang to get it to find the wifi configuratino

i think cobang uses networkmanager so its fine?

TODO: mimic the AUR pkgbuild as a nix flake

learning goals

i want to be able to understand these: https://ncatlab.org/nlab/show/two-level+type+theory https://ncatlab.org/nlab/show/homotopy+type+theory https://homotopytypetheory.org/ and the lambda cube!

Inbox

  • Con alt-d podés ir a la nota del día, como en Roam.
  • Con ctrl-shift-s podés guardar todo y mandarlo a la nube :)

Inbox

  • Here you can write disorganised notes to be categorised later
  • Bullet points are useful, but it could be free form text as well
  • Sometimes it's better to just get things off your mind quickly, rather than stop to think where it belongs
  • But don't let this list get too long
  • Move information to more specific documents and link to them.
    • This helps you navigate between documents quickly
    • For example, you can Cmd+Click this: [[todo]]
  • Some notes don't end up making sense the next day
  • That's ok, you can just delete them!
    • You can always find them in your git history, if you really need it!
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