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Started playing with Standard Notes today and got a paid account. Really impressive software.

Did something to my back and messed it up real good, haven't given myself the actual rest I needed until today. Glad I did, starting to feel an actual improvement. Hoping that continues and isn't just the drugs

Anyone out there have a good cross platform Google calendar alternative?

Messed up my back pretty bad, sitting is painful. Luckily, installed a standing desk a week or so back. My partner thinks I had a premonition.

OH NO! CARMEN SANDIEGO HAS STOLEN YOUR motivation!

Trying to narrow down my PAX panel schedule but every panel I want to go to is overlapping with another panel I want to go toooooo

Yesterday was my last day at the job I've been working for nearly 6 years. In a month, I'll be onboarding to join Stripe, working remotely from my home in the DC area.

In my month off, I'm going to try to get myself on a workout routine, focus on my hobbies and play with my doggo

Github's trending page is becoming more and more papers, lists and guides, rather than interesting tech.

Maybe its a valid use of a platform like Github, but maybe its showing there's a niche for a technical writing hub.

The goal for any of my tabletop tools will be to get you your info and get out of your way. Anything else would be taking away from enjoying your time playing with your friends.

And it's not just electronics that are to blame. Spell cards exist because looking up spells in the book causes a TON of wasted time over the course of a session. I'm here to adventure, fight and bamboozle, not to scan through a book index.

I'd like to expand on my D&D spell quick lookup to be an all-things-5e lookup. I used just the spell portion of it while DMing, then playing this weekend, and it was a stark difference from any of the other tools I've tried.

I'd like to say "alright, I want to grapple," then be able to just type out "grap" and see the rules for grappling, while my wizard can type "mage h" and get the Mage Hand spell info.

Also, keep it minimal, lightweight, and PWA support.

For now, spell-dictionary.mjb.sh/

With the debate over #Microsoft #Windows vs #GNU #Linux raging on, I look at why Windows is unquestionably the top choice in the foreseeable in terms of ease, #accessibility, and #ethics. Noble as #FOSS advocacy is, can it really compete, especially among #women, going forward?

Tiny D&D 5e spell lookup app: spell-dictionary.mjb.sh

I just threw it together and its features are:

- displays spells you search for
- doesn't do anything else

I think those pretty solid features.

Window open, breeze rolling in, inspired

every dang ol' time

I assert now that Lua is the only flawless programming language

I can't believe its been like three (four?) years of listening to this podcast and I still want to listen to it all the time

Quick reminder that you should be listening to The Adventure Zone in your free time if you're not currently or have not in the past.

Season 1 is D&D 5e, season 2 is Monster of the Week, and its just all so good.

Not exactly real play, it has some good post production, but just such a joy to listen to

A BBQ restaurant but instead of a menu, they have a “porkfolio”

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