I created a micro-fansite for my favorite Vespa: https://phse.net/vespa/
It was fun to experiment with CSS grid in a more creative way than usual.
Feeds are time-pertinent. They serve as a history, a log.
Catalogs are much less time-pertinent. They evolve and change over time. They're taxonomically-organized knowledge.
Often I'm making progress in more close-to-the-heart work, which may confuse any onlooker. I'm breaking through at low effort. That's art.
At this critical moment, you either break through (and write a blog post), or give up.
Often, I give up. Usually the estimated benefit of breaking through does not seem worth the effort.
"it starts by explaining in very basic terms what computers and software are, despite the fact that de-compression software would be required to use any of the archive."
@deianeira I enjoyed the album by The Humble Bee which you recommended. Very much my taste of ambient. Looking forward to checking out the other suggestions.
Rediscovered http://www.lissaexplains.com via Wiby this morning. Wow, I had totally forgotten about this website.
Working on my Vespa page
"Type 1 fun is enjoyable while it’s happening.
Type 2 fun is miserable while it’s happening, but fun in retrospect.
Type 3 fun is not fun at all. Not even in retrospect."
Learned about the 3 types of fun this morning:
I'll write something about my own fun scale. This one is a bit too climbing-specific to be meaningful to a wider audience.
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.