Earlier this year we bought a used camper to put on our seasonal lot in Vermont. This post talks about the camper, and how it stacks up with our other campers.
I have found that writing unit tests for exceptionally complex projects has forced me to change how I approach my work in some cases. This post talks about how I write prototypes of code to hash out how a project will work quickly, as a part of my design process.
A deep look at our current camper, and how it compares to our previous camper.
I believe we’re on the cusp of turning our personal websites into complete representations of our online presence. This post goes over how I think this can be accomplished.
This post talks about how I have discover people on the fediverse, and cultivate the content curated so that I can find more people I want to meet.
First off, let’s get this out of the way – Adiungo is pronounced “Ah-DOON-Go”, and the closest translation to English is “add”, but it also is used to “join, harness, attach, and incorporate”. I felt that these words accurately describe the goal of this project. The purpose of Adiungo is to help people take control… Continue reading Adiungo – A Content Ownership Manifesto
Learn how I made the switch from Mastodon to Twitter, preserving as much of my online identity, and connections as possible.
I know a couple who, during their 2-year long full-time stint in their camper, stopped and was very happy to be out of their camper for good. They mentioned how much they missed having more-space, and dealing with harsh cold winters, as well as their struggles they had with some issues with leaks in their… Continue reading How Fast Should You Travel When Full-Time?
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