I laughed out loud so hard on this skit on How to Nail a Job Interview Like a Boss.

Spending some time just relaxing and watching a movie with my wife.

I liked Jeremy Keith's post. I liked it so much that I decided to do this experiment. I'm using the example from the indieweb's like page.

I didn’t expect that last post to render so poorly. I would attempt to edit, but I’m on my way out of the house. Looks like a new project is in the works!

Hey :) @bleeptrack and I are building a #Git learning game for the browser, and we could use your help!

We built three prototypes, and are not sure which one is best. Today, you can try all of them! There will be a poll at the end of this thread.

Note that these prototypes are still incomplete and a bit rough. But we think you’ll figure it out!

All three let you use a real Git, which we run in a Linux VM in your browser! 🀯

The tool is interesting and there are replies that point to other tools such as Learn Git Branching.

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A very, very long day.

CSS Cartoons for comiCSS Second Anniversary

I love comics and I feel that this is a real treat to see what you can do with CSS.

Just spent two hours going over other peoples resumes. It’s been a while and I don’t miss looking for a job at all!

The 100

For years, I would hear people say that it takes 100 days to develop a new habit. I didn’t set out to do that. I wanted to write on a more regular basis and just started writing on November 1st of last year. I was determined to write something every day and post it.

What was the experience?

Sometimes it was actually pretty stressful coming up with something to write about. Some days were just one-liners that I would have just tweeted. Sometimes Many times, it was a picture of my dog; who I think deserves her own blog.

What if I annoy people who were reading my site and they go away? Well, I didn’t have that many readers anyway, and my pieces are typically very short.

The benefit of being semi-anonymous was that I honestly couldn’t tell if people liked it or not. It was kind of freeing and let me think about how I was writing.

I started exploring more into what it means to be the first audience for my writing. That doesn’t mean that I spent a lot of time agonizing over making things perfect, but it did mean that there were a couple of posts that took more time to write.

What’s next?

I plan on stopping the daily post for a couple of days and working through some of my post ideas that I’ve been putting into Drafts. The more ideas you capture, the more ideas you make.

I also want to start highlighting some post from other people on the internet. I love the web when it connects us with cool ideas.

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians poster

I really enjoyed this show. It’s pretty solid in the story telling and the pacing. I’m really glad that they took the time to make this better than the previous incarnation.

You don’t need to have seen the movie or read the books to enjoy this show. It stands alone and I came away from every episode entertained and then swizzling my head around to my kids to ask them “is this like the book?” And you know what? It doesn’t matter. This is a different medium and we have to be able to live without in order to enjoy what we have to the fullest.

I’m eager to see what the next season has in store.

Percy Jackson is on a dangerous quest. Outrunning monsters and outwitting gods, he must journey across America to return Zeus’ master bolt and stop an all-out war. With the help of his quest mates Annabeth and Grover, Percy’s journey will lead him closer to the answers he seeks: how to fit into a world where he feels out of place, and find out who he’s destined to be.

The Movie Database

Here is the link to the trailer on YouTube.


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