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Geek, coder, gamer, tinkerer, husband, father, system admin, web developer, and American cyborg, though not necessarily in that order. Creator of Mythic Wars (card game).

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After nearly a decade of working with various server technologies, my fingers have apparently forgotten how to type the word "serve" without appending the extra "r" to it.

Muscle memory can be weird sometimes.

 

New journal entry: Hacked? https://www.itsericwoodward.com/journal/2018/12-03-hacked.html
TL;DR — I recently received an email telling me that I've been hacked. Since I don't believe it, I thought I'd make fun of it instead.

 

that someone made a film adaptation of Jack Chick's "Dark Dungeon" tract, and it premiered at GenCon 2014: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Dungeons_(film)

 

What Does “Public” Mean in our Modern Age? - The History of the Web https://thehistoryoftheweb.com/postscript/what-does-public-mean-in-our-modern-age/
HT https://adactio.com/

 

Archiving web sites - Antoine Beaupré @ LWN.net https://lwn.net/Articles/766374/
Good look at a handful of different website archiving methods currently available. HT https://adactio.com/

 

Scrolling the main document is better for performance, accessibility, and usability - Nolan Lawson https://nolanlawson.com/2018/11/18/scrolling-the-main-document-is-better-for-performance-accessibility-and-usability/

 

Steven Pinker Thinks the Future Is Looking Bright - Karen Weintraub https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/19/science/steven-pinker-future-science.html

 

Open Legend: Open Source RPG https://openlegendrpg.com/
Glad to see that this is an RPG with open-source rules, and not an RPG about working in open source (which wouldn't be nearly as much fun).
HT @benrob0329@mastodon.art

 

results from last night: My deck dominated the first (3-player) game, but came up short in the second one, leaving me at 1-1 for the night. Both decks were alot of fun to play, and each provided an OMG moment (or two), so it was definitely .

 

Push without notifications - Jeremy Kieth https://adactio.com/journal/14511
Interesting technique to combine offline service works and the push notification API to create a background sync feature for a website / application. Neat!