Link Dumplin’s 27Feb20

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  • When Warren Ellis blogs about blogging its worth paying attention.
  • Fraidycat 1.1 is here. It allows you to follow people on sites like Twitter, Instagram, Github and more without an account.
  • Bill Ratcliffe on Flickr. Damn
  • Gatsby is another open source, free platform for building websites and apps.
  • Venkatesh Rao has some characteristically insightful things to say about the the text renaissance in online media.
  • Artist in the World is an enormous collection of photographs by André Smits showing artists, from behind in their studios. It’s mesmerizing.

Link Dumplin’s Feb21

Link Dumplin’s

Link Dumplin’s

  • Once more, with feeling: You should start a blog! And Fast.ai has a quick, easy, and free way to to do it without any coding. Best of all, everything you post there is yours. What are you waiting for? Stop giving your words and pictures to Facebook.
  • There is a real good pizza dough recipe on github (whaaaaat?)
  • Here’s great piece on the YO app. It was such a simple and ephemeral thing, and yet it was perfect. I was introduced to it years ago by a close friend and we spent a glorious few months sending each other YO’s. From the piece: “Zen teacher Deborah Eden Tull says: ‘Attention is the most subtle form of love.’ That’s all a Yo is, really. Just a little bloop of attention.
  • And again with my tumblr thing. Another gold-medal post mixing Google data, Pokemon, and late 19th century linguistics.