- Coding. Looking at the notes from the week, it seems like hobby-time has mostly been related to working on my PKM / digital garden system (Flock) and tinkering around with Emacs. Coding and debugging in elisp, and tweaking a bit of the look of the site.
- Writing. Which is all totally fine – I enjoy it! And learn plenty in the process. But just a point to note that left unattended, my attention tends to go towards tweaking and coding, less towards writing. Although writing about what I’ve tweaked and coded still counts, right?
- Reading. I read New UK tech regulator to limit power of Google and Facebook, which made me think a bit about some principles for ethical technology and related praxis for the hacker class.
- Planning to re-read Hail the maintainers too.
- Only managed to catch a couple of talks from EmacsConf 2020, but nice to see such a good community around Emacs. For such a long-lasting program it seems very much alive and well.
- Enjoyed muchly The Central Memory – AI-assisted cyborb pop.
- I had a bit more of a play at getting knowledge maps in to my weeknotes, this time with an org-roam generated graph. It works as a nice easy-to-generate visual aide memoire for me, but sadly not really visually compelling for anyone else.
💬 neil 🍄