audio from #ZeroData swap 2 about files and portability is online. thanks to @cblgh, @bmann, Doug Reeder, Gordon Brander, Jess Martin, @noeldemartin for participating https://chat.0data.app/t/zero-data-swap-2-files-portability-september-29-2021/37/2
I am once again astounded by the way that TiddlyWiki is a #ToolsForThought app platform.
Check out this Zettelkasten edition “tzk”, including hour long intro video / tutorial, by Soren Bjornstad. https://talk.tiddlywiki.org/t/introducing-tzk-tiddlyzettelkasten-edition/834
As part of helping to launch the new @tiddlywiki forum, I looked at exporting data from Discourse into TiddlyWiki.
Woot! An offline version of your entire forum content! https://talk.tiddlywiki.org/t/export-discourse-content-as-a-csv-and-import-into-tiddlywiki/601
A walk before dinner down to the Lagoon on #bowenisland.
1) Looking across Deep Bay to the mountains at the edge of Howe Sound.
2) My favourite willow.
3) Panorama of the causeway.
Feeling locked in by open source: https://blog.bmannconsulting.com/2021/08/15/feeling-locked-in.html
Went to the Imperfect Offerings show at the RAG yesterday.
I was blown away by Naoko Fukumaru’s work, where she does kintsugi on & with a variety of objects & materals: urchins, gilded blackberry spines, & barnacles. https://www.richmondartgallery.org/imperfectofferings
Making CRDTs faster, by @JosephGentle:
“I want Google Docs without Google…I think [CRDTs are] the future of collaborative editing. And maybe the future of all software - but I’m not ready to talk about that yet.” https://josephg.com/blog/crdts-go-brrr/
First time back dining in at Dosanko Restaurant after almost 2 years. House made tsukemono (pickles) — including local fiddleheads. To finish, their own 3 year old umeboshi (plum wine). http://dosankorestaurant.ca/
“more than other networked software, tools for thought want to be owned. I don’t want to store my second brain on someone else’s computer.“
Aggregators aren’t open ended, @gordonbrander https://subconscious.substack.com/p/aggregators-arent-open-ended
Tonight is our third swim in the city pool at New Brighton Park. You need to book a 1.5 hour slot, so this picture is as the previous time slot clears out.
With the Port of Vancouver Pacific Elevators behind it. https://www.portvancouver.com/cargo-terminals/bulk/
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