I’m unlikely to get a graduation ceremony like
last time (on account of social distancing and whatnot), but I get a certificate to acknowledge my most-recent qualification.
This week, some colleagues at
Automattic and I are sharing pictures of our workspaces. So I made a 360° panoramic with interactive “info points” (apologies for work-specific jargon). Would you like to see it?
With #lockdown guidance as it stands, only six of the seven dwarfs can meet together in the park?
The seventh dwarf won’t be Happy.
In fact, he’ll be Grumpy.
Which is a problem, because that means one of the six is Sneezy.
Automattician who started this week looked me up to thank me for the first in my series of blog posts ( 2, 3) about starting with @automattic. I feel useful! 😍
Chafed nipples. But we only have
Frozen II-themed plasters in the house. So now I’m wearing an Elsa & Anna pasties. How did my life come to this?
I think our local red kites were mostly living on roadkill, and the lockdown means they’re not getting fed. They’ve also forgotten how to hunt: this afternoon I watched one get its ass handed to it by a medium-sized crow.
For the benefit of my South African colleagues on Slack, I give you the #maskchallenge #emoji:
I’m 100% behind the #covid19 strategy @BorisJohnson proposes in his latest letter. But then, I’ve already had my birthday this year…
In these complicated times, this is how I get my groove on.
#indiewebcamp London 2020 (after Covid-19 kept us from meeting in person) and hacking on some note/ checkin-posting tools.
Today my #distributed #remotework office is provided by @OCFI_OI, which provides me that most #Oxford of views: simultaneously containing architecture of the 1960s… and the 1160s.
It’s been said that you’re not really part of a new #dev team until you break something user-facing. Today I achieved that milestone. Whoops.
Nice simple design,
@typehut, but with no RSS, Atom, nor h-feed you’ve made a blog platform to which readers can only subscribe by email. 😢