Experimenting with various services for dealing with my Flickr export backup and moving photos around, resulting in documenting a grab bag of cloud services, protocols, articles and other research.
Recent Blog Posts
Trent Rhode from ETHNews sent me some questions around security token standards, so I wrote up a bunch of background.
I’m exporting my photos off of Flickr ahead of their limits for free accounts. This is an initial experiment of the export files, and how to display them in Jekyll.
IPFS Companion Chrome Extension https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ipfs-companion/nibjojkomfdiaoajekhjakgkdhaomnch/: A Chrome Extension that can work with a locally running IPFS daemon. I put instructions on the wiki about running IPFS on Chromebook – good news, it's available via chromebrew! Permalink
ProseMirror - toolkit for building rich-text editors on the web. https://prosemirror.net/: Developed by The Guardian and others. From this link: "If you are using ProseMirror to make profit, there is a social expectation that you help fund its maintenance". The Guardian article on moving from their previous editor Scribe to ProseMirror is also a good read. Permalink
Recent Social Posts
A date tart with rose jam at Moltaqa. Permalink
Who doesn’t order a Friday brunch & boozy coffees??? From @tuccraftkitchen where I’m coworking most days thanks to @thisfreespace Permalink
You’re working from home & then realize you’ve got Montreal-style brisket to make lunch with. 😍 Permalink
Sunrise on Orcas, looking west over President Channel towards Canada. Permalink
So many delicious baked goods at Bakery Sate. Road trip supplies! Permalink
Blood oranges are awesome Permalink