Hello. I finally nailed a "proper" blog together. I'll warn you now it's fairly geeky but hopefully reads less like an instruction manual than the previous attempt.
Speaking of previous attempts, the sandbox is still up. Amazingly some people are actually reading it so I’ve left it alone.
Anyway, for what it’s worth, here’s some stuff what I wrote
- Nespresso Compatible - Nov 2013
- All Your Base 2013 - Oct 2013
- Experiments with Elasticsearch - part 1 - Sep 2013
- Making coffee - Feb 2013
- Coffee Behavioural Therapy - Jan 2013
- Studying with the Open University - Dec 2012
- Mmmm, Pi - Dec 2012
- All Your Base 2012 - Nov 2012
- A Few Thoughts on Tablets - Nov 2012
- Amazon’s latest Kindle backend tweaks - Jan 2012
- MongoUK 2011 - Sep 2011
- Open Mac surgery - Jul 2011
- The year of the robot - Feb 2011
wot no open source?
Sorry. The tech for this one is the same as before - Jekyll on Github; nice and simple, automagic versioning, editable anywhere (and over the web if I really have to). Might write something over the top of it for editing purposes that makes the web bit a little more streamlined but that’s for another day. If I get it working, I’ll write about it here.
I’ve not avoided open source because I don’t want you to copy but because I want to keep my drafts in private but still under version control and couldn’t think of another way of doing it. Structurally it’s very similar to the Sandbox (see, another reason for keeping them separate!) but using MarkDown instead of Textile for reasons which escape me. Something something Github issues lists. I think. Or maybe I made that up.