me: jesus, all i have in the cupboard is two tins of tuna fish, an expired box of jello, and egg noodles— B. Bolander (@BBolander) March 18, 2020
1950's cookbook author's ghost, calling from hell: well well well, not so high and mighty now, are we?
Do you ever find yourself reading a string of books that everyone else seems to love but you had to force yourself to get through? Really makes you question your own reading tastes. 4 in a row like that now...ugh!— Teresa Grabs (@TeresaGrabs) March 11, 2020
But...does it ever bother you to split your content like this? I use a static site generator, and one of the nice things about this is that your *entire* site can be generated from the contents of your local folder. When part of your content (your photos) live somewhere else (a media server, or a CDN, or whatever), that's no longer the case.
This bothers me somewhat, though I don't lose any sleep over it. I don't really have a good answer for it.
Jan-Lukas Else · 06 Mar, 2020 11:58 AM
I use BunnyCDN as storage for my Micropub media endpoint, where I upload all the photos and other media files I publish on my blog. When I upload a new photo the media endpoint first uploads the original file with the name of it’s SHA-256 hash value (so when I upload the same file multiple times, it doesn’t create multiple files). When I upload an image (JPEG or PNG) it also gets optimized and resized to a maximum width of 2000 pixels using the Tinify API (and then uploaded to BunnyCDN too), ...
Following people with a different perspective than you is an easy, low effort way to broaden your horizons. Amplifying people with the same opinions or interests as you but speaking from an underrepresented group is an easy way to put more of those voices into public discourse. https://t.co/zLZEYMppI6— feminist next door (@emrazz) February 23, 2020