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071 :: Garbage

I really hate the new WordPress Gutenberg layout. I still can’t for the life of me understand why they changed the input. It is no where near as intuitive as medium or ghosts interface.

The tweaks they made to make it more like a blank sheet have improved it somewhat but have you actually tried moving one of the ‘blocks’ it creates if something ends up in the wrong place? Garbage.

It has added a cognitive workload that has to be surmounted before i can be bothered to post a new blog post.

Last week was shit – thanks for asking

Permanently Moved

A brief history of the aphorism “May you live in interesting times” and a little about what to do about it. 


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Dipping the Stacks

How Will Temporary Possessions Make Us Happier? | Society for Cultural AnthropologyForget Your Middle-Class Dreams

Forget Your Middle-Class Dreams

Seven Laws of Noah – Wikipedia

The Ministry

Been burning though my usual writing schedule but nothing to report

Reading

I finished Tim’s Infinite Detail. One of the best near future/cyberpunk novels I’ve read in a long time. Chock full of amazing ideas and a good multi perspective angle on the same even’t. If you haven’t picked it up yet -Do.

Music

The game that this track is taken from looks amazing

Remember kids:

About Author

Jay Springett is a Solarpunk, Theorist and Strategist for hybrid environments. His concerns are with culture, humans and technology and the environment. He is currently writing his first public book: Land as Platform.

1 Comment

  • 158 :: Heavy Weather — thejaymo
    August 18, 2020 at 13:44

    […] week, along with the newest version of Gutenberg Editor. An interface I’ve previously called Garbage. Well no longer! I really like it. Blocks and Patterns are definitely the future of WordPress. When […]

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