Tools are just that, tools to help you make what you actually want to make.
Too much time has been spent on tools, and learning about tools, and learning about what can be made with them.
What’s the point of a shed filled with forty chainsaws if you haven’t gone on a killing spree yet? Duh.
Just spent a couple of hours in total time, wasting and diving deeper into PostgreSQL because I was in the wrong database.
I guess time to learn from that mistake…
I feel like I know a lot these days about things to support Rails, but not enough Rails to actually get all of my projects finished.
Maybe it is time to trust in Heroku a little bit longer.
Trying to maybe make stringer installation easier for other people who aren’t as technically inclined…
Companies that have come and gone, and their blogs have also disappeared.
People’s blogs, still up, but professing that they’re love for long form writing has waned. Or they just haven’t posted in a long while.
Domain names that have been expired, or bought by other companies.
It would have been interesting to have the data for when I subscribed and when I unsubscribed to a feed, but I guess it’s probably not as important.
A feature that I haven’t seen in a feed reader is to filter out the dead ones.
theoldreader has a randomly generated list of five that pops up on the index page of feeds that have not been updated.
After removing the actually dead ones, that’s it for this feed reader web app. Thanks for that feature, but it’s time to move on again.
Here we go again. But this time, I’m going to try and come up with a plan and then follow through with it.
Categorizing what needs to be public and/or private, what needs to be synced and what can be shuffled away in cold storage.
All the while, continuing my other projects. This is why I have to learn to prioritize what I have already before creating some other messes down the line.
The amazing thing is I’m going to be using good ol’ fashioned paper for this. This should be exciting.