Sparklines are a Tufte invention to display data almost as a word. I like them, and built them laboriously by hand in the past, for example to track changes in how Board members rated aspects of my workplace's activities. Anyway, having suddenly become aware of an avalance of spam to WithKnown (which had been going on for a while) I decided to track it and, as an exercise, to display the data as a sparkline.
Do nothing bread
I have a website dedicated to my bread-baking efforts, but I've never seen the point of posting every time I bake a bread that I've baked many times before. So it can seem a bit abandoned, between new breads. Today, though, I wrote about a new approach that worked wonderfully well for me this past w...
As I mentioned a while ago, I had been living in cloud cuckoo land with respect to spammers. I naïvely thought that my little microblog was of no interest to spammers. The truth was, I just wasn't being notified of the incoming dross. As a result, I'm afraid I might have got onto some lists as a v...
It works for me
Comments to posts here are sufficiently rare that I get a teeny thrill when an email announces "Incoming". How quickly that turned to dust when I realised that although I had received the notification, of the comment itself there was absolutely no sign in the system. As in so many others CMSs, comments here are handled by a plugin, and when I went to check it was clear that the plugin, although authored by the core team, hadn't had any love in a long time.
A very incomprehensive roundup
Monthly reports have been going more than a year now, even if I have missed a few, including last December. What to add for an annual report? I think this has to be a different kind of beast, more like a GTD high-level view. But there's still room for some low-level stuff, down at the bottom, thanks to.