Still been hacking a ton on New features include an embedded Doctor, supporting more LSP client commands, and better statusline integration.

It's been a while since I've been able to work on my time tracker. I've wanted to port it over to Scala for a while now, and tonight I was able to finish up the last couple commands and add my first entry with it from the Scala version.

I store my logs in Mongo with this format btw.

Working on a new feature in Metals where you can auto implement all the abstract methods in concrete class at one time.

Close up of Portrait of Virginio Cesarini - Van Dyck

Hugo Simberg (1873-1917) - Kuolema Kuuntelee (Death Listens)

“To the right and left, as far as the eye could reach, there lay outstretched, like ramparts of the world, lines of horridly black and beetling cliff, whose character of gloom was but the more forcibly illustrated by the surf which reared high up against its white and ghastly crest, howling and shrieking forever."

-Edgar Allan Poe, A Descent into the Maelström

Starts porting more notes over to ndtl....

Thinks about how nice auto-formatting and syntax highlighting would be....

Stops porting notes and starts learning how to make a vim plugin...

Implemented the ability to determine a users language preferences and also filtering by site language in the webring.

Originally had planned to work today and cross a bunch of things off my list, but spending the afternoon at the beach ended up being a much welcomed rest.

After a long stretch of primarily programming, the past two weeks have been full of research and exploring. I've gotten tons of new ideas and feel really refreshed. I've fond this pattern to give me a much higher output and keeps me from burning out.

(dark green is code, light green in research, and red is explore)

wtf is this... now we have advertisements in npm packages?

I've been drawing a lot of inspiration lately from geometric shapes and vivid colors.

Ilya Chashnik — Cosmos — Red Circle on Black Surface (1925)

Last week I came home from work to this piece my wife made and hung in our living room for our anniversary. It makes me smile every morning when I get and do my routine before I head to work.

Working on time tracking visualizations today. This one was screwed up, but I ended up really liking it.

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