Welcome to my Website. Ideally, this spot would have some sort of ‘stats’ about what I've published here recently. But for now, I can only say that iced hibiscius tea with a bit of lemon juice and brown sugar is what I'm probably drinking.
Here lies the things I've liked, bookmarked or interacted with across the Web (and beyond). Some people call them reactions or replies - I consider them my feedback back to the Web from my site.
My microblog is where I post quick notes or semi-formed posts. Things that don't quite fit into what I'd consider a blog post but also would need a permalink.
In an attempt to move away from Goodreads but still engage in open federated services, I'm over at https://bookwyrm.social/user/jacky. I'm still working on making this be something that talks with my personal site (and ideally, maybe a bridge for Bridgy to simplify for others) but for now, it'll be manual backfeed from Goodreads (from Calibre or manually).
As much as I like the Web, I find working with and using native applications to consistently be a superior experience. Especially when they understand the Internet to be another resource like a disk drive instead of its primary means of handling operations. I say this while being a software developer by trade, but it doesn't change my (or others) opinion that flow this way.
Is there a version of this "history of React" that's from that of people who've been railing about the (borderline) violence (on the Web, people and productivity and hyper-industrializing enabled by Facebook's release of their ad content rendering framework) that it's enabled? https://vercel.com/blog/10-years-of-react.
The most optimal way to follow me would be by using a social reader. Apropos to that, you can drop this site's feed URL into your preferred feed reader.