A Conflict with RSS – James Van Dyne by James James (jamesvandyne.com)

The major difference between the feeds of the Social Dilemma and your RSS feed is one is algorithmly designed to addict and manipulate, while the other is just a chronological list of stuff you’re interested in reading. What I do in these cases is I give a quick glance at the unreads for something…

What RSS feed reader do you use? I’ve been using Feedly since the death of Google Reader. I think it’s time for a change.

Attending Domain of One’s Own Meetup (October 2020) remotely

Everyone who is interested in the topic is welcome to attend.

We expect there will be students, teachers, designers, web developers, technologists, and people of all ages and ranges of ability from those just starting out with a domain to those running DoOO programs at colleges or even people running their own hosting companies.

We’ll meet via Zoom for audio/video and will use an Etherpad for…

Sal’s Tables

I am still building furniture. I am working on this five foot dining table at the moment. The end of last year and the beginning of this year was the busiest I had been building. The COVID-19 virus kept me from actively reaching out to people that had requested a piece. This order came from…

Instagram

I think I prefer Instagram for keeping up with friends on Social Media. Going to keep Facebook for business and to see what’s on special at my favorite restaurants and who’s doing curbside. Blogging would be much better. A few friends still blog. I keep trying to blog more but I fail. So, I won’t…

Working From Home

For the passed two months, I have been working from home due to the COVID-19 virus and because of remodeling being done at the office. I fell in love with it. I mentioned it to a few friends that maybe I should look for a permanent full time work from home job. That lead to…

Laughing

Laughing is so strange if you stop to think about it. I was watching Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee when Alec Baldwin was a guest and at one point I burst out laughing. One second I was watching, listening, and smiling and the next I was laughing out loud.