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Last Friday I had some *dubious* debugging goals and I started adding log lines prefixed by "GOLF BALLS" to easily grep for those...

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Ever since I learned about static sites I loved the idea of not having a backend for everything. If you have a blog or a portfolio why do you need a database or a dynamic language underneath?

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@neauoire I guess my own definition of a purely plain text file is, like, a .txt file that's just meant for humans. Which is really restrictive, so maybe not that useful. But XML is also stored as "plain text", and so are a lot of other crazy things... is C code plain text? It's stored as text, but you have to treat it in a special way to do stuff with it. I looked up the definition on Wikipedia and other places, and there's a lot of disagreement apparently :P

Connected to my Plan 9 slice at SDF, built and installed and tested a program from my local fs via /mnt/term :)

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"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko