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nohappynonsense 2 months ago

if you make In the Margins its own thing am i going to have to subscribe via email insted of using the rss feed to get all my Grindle Contentโ„ข?

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mikegrindle 2 months ago

Nah, whatever I do it'll be rss-friendly

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owlroost 2 months ago

I'm very curious what your approach to recapping was for the morning BASH script.

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mikegrindle 2 months ago

I use 'sed' to print everything between two strings - in this case, a time stamp and a daily separator.

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Lots of new stuff on the site. Here's a post about it all: https://mikegrindle.com/posts/digital-shoebox
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Woke up in one of those, "I kind of want to delete everything I've ever produced online and start-over" kind of moods today.
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nohappynonsense 3 months ago

fiddles with CSS for 3 hours: finally, my site is perfect!

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nohappynonsense 3 months ago

next day: what is this trash site i have created?

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mikegrindle 3 months ago

Also me: Look at those thousands of words. I'm on a creative streak!

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mikegrindle 3 months ago

A while later: What was I thinking with that?

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offlinemagazine 3 months ago

All extremely relatable.

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mikegrindle 3 months ago

I'm glad it's not just me

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sorbier 3 months ago

LOVE this post!!! thanks so much. the average person shouldnโ€™t need an 8gb laptop for email, word processing, and web browsing. the more ram available, it seems, the more OS makers just see it as an invitation to include morw bloat

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moheb-rofail 3 months ago

Most of people here in Egypt buy used PCs and laptops..imported from europe and usa... I myself bought a used pc the last year and it works greatly.

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lotus-cube 3 months ago

Absolutely. HELL YES or no. Closing one door can open others. Time is valuable.

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saddleblasters 3 months ago

Having some set of ideal circumstances for writing always turned it into a massive timesink that had to compete with my social life and other hobbies. Maybe writing focused at a desk is most productive, but allowing myself to write in bits and pieces standing on the subway, waiting for meetings to start, while eating etc. has allowed it to become a far more integral part of my life, something i'm always doing.

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saddleblasters 3 months ago

Of course, if writing is your primary job, then it makes sense that it would be ritualized -- just like any other job one has to do every day for multiple hours.

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nohappynonsense 3 months ago

There was a great zen pencils covering this topic, ironically with a Bukowski quote used as the prose/narration. The comic was removed at the request of Bukowski's publisher, but someone else still has the comic up: https://ravenvinnie.wordpress.com/2014/08/13/one-of-my-favorite-comics-charles-bukowski-air-light-time-and-space-by-gavin-zen-pencils-aung/

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mikegrindle 3 months ago

@nohappy Love that Bukowski quote/poem. @saddleblasters, work certainly changes things but I think the principle of just getting on with it still applies.

Slowly getting round to updating ye olde blogroll. Some more sites to come: https://mikegrindle.com/blogroll/
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Mike Grindle was updated, please restart your system: https://mikegrindle.com/posts/web-master
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