Everything at Once
May 10, 2018
Here’s an idea I just had. Future-date posts when they are started and make that date a deadline.
I think that 👆 was a bad idea.
Maybe not terrible though.
Whenever I want to do anything at all, I want to do everything. This is my motivation problem. Sometimes I am not motivated to do anything. Then, when I am motivated, I want to do it all, and find myself jumping between projects endlessly.
Potentially interesting flambé charts/data to visualize
correlations between how many tabs are open while there are many attention shifts or activities being created
The next day
Holy shit this stuff is kicking and kicking hard.
Collection of blogs of all the people killed in American terrorist attacks. Is that way too dark?
Everything Now could be more of the name of personal assistant.
Something I do often… what was I going to say. Dat og kush.
thinking of it in terms of the transformation it’s performing on the data flowing through it, instead of in terms of the context in which it’s being used, opens it up to generic reuse
👆Lyle earlier today.
I should be able to write full HTML in here. It’s potentially dangerous, but not if I use it properly.
Hell, I could even write
<JSX /> in here and parse it if I wanted to. Just throw a component. I should do that.
I should be able to easily add a caption to this image... I am not sure how I feel about the spacing here 👇.
Should default behavior for an
<h1> (and other
<h#> tags) be to have a nonzero
margin-top? What I really need is maybe to use more html in here?
In web land, things are almost always rendered to something.
Maybe theuser.today studies my habits using the data gathered from flambé 🔥?
I should make it much for a block to span specific columns of the main grid, which itself should be divided into more than the 3 columns that current exist.
I kinda did that ☝️. I should also fix
some time around nowish