If your gonna try something, go at it full speed, even if you risk hitting a brick wall. If you make a mistake, own it. “Only do what only you can do” – Paul Sloan
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I actually don’t think that this can come soon enough. OmniFocus 3 and Tags, with Dave Messent and Tim Ekl
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I’m looking forward to drafts 5. I can see this turning into a text editor and not just a place for me to capture text then transfer it to another app.
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From the BBC Speaking to the BBC at the event, Labour peer Lord Adonis said: “People want a say… It was a vote in the dark two years ago. “No-one had any idea what the consequences of Brexit were going to be.”
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Tim Cook says Facebook should have regulated itself, but it’s too late for that now according to recode : Apple CEO Tim Cook has doubled down on his call for regulation that would limit Facebook and others companies’ ability to use customer data. Speaking to Recode’s Kara Swisher and MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, Cook said he’d…
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I’ve been looking into a migration from WordPress.com to hosting this as a WordPress.org blog through Siteground for example. I just haven’t done so yet. As such this blog’ template, such as it is, will remain unchanged for while.
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Since re-awakening my blog, initially on Tumblr, I have been enjoying the discussion on Micro.blog this evening on hosting a blog: the dominant players being WordPress or Tumblr, no surprise there.
This site is (was!) on Tumblr. But that’s because of 4 things;
- low set-up time,
- zero cost,
- low operational overhead.
- lack of any knowledge on hosting, MySQL, php etc etc.
Additionally the here layout is deliberately simple so that my time is spend writing and not managing the blog.
I’ll confess to being tempted in to the potential for setting up a host, and running a static site or a WordPress instance. But I’m not actually about to invest my time and money there.
The reason any business is successful is because they (the contractor) take on work you (the customer) would be happy to pay for. And the set-up, management and manipulation of a blog is no different. At least not for me.
So whilst WordPress is more capable, Tumblr is for the millennials.
However my hope is that here Tumblr is just the host to the website URL, and it’s the website, and not the Tumblr app which is used.