Dutch Lock Down Day One Hundred Forty

[First! Vlog! EVER!! !]

Photo by Ben White on Unsplash

I didn’t actually think I’d get this published today.

#OhYeOfLittleFaith

But first the news:

If you’re keen to learn about The Farmer Project or keen to listen to me be silly or keen to see my beautiful face, check out the video after the jump!

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Dutch Lock Down Day One Hundred Thirty Two

[Today I Learned: Self Help Books]

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I’ve got quite a lot of books to read over in The Farmer Project and while these aren’t my preferred sci fi or deeply technical books, they do have valuable information gems.

But first the news:

Have you heard of Blinkist?

It basically sums up nonfiction books so you can inhale the information quickly. And while it’s cool to have the app on your phone and just get the single free book per day, I’m not sure it’s worth the paid membership.

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Dutch Lock Down Day One Hundred Twenty Eight

[Not Broken, Just Heinously Bruised]

Good news!

Those three middle toes on the left foot that I used to fight the stairs and the stairs won?

Not broken.

But first the news:

Just horrifically totally bruised.

I’ll take it!

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Dutch Lock Down Day One Hundred Twenty Seven

[A Coding Experiment at RainLeander.GitHub.io]

Photo by Caleb White on Unsplash

Did you know you can create a website directly from a GitHub repository?

For FREE?

But first the news:

I sound like a commercial, don’t I?

You’ll have to forgive my enthusiasm. I love to learn new things. I love to code. I love to debug. And GitHub Pages gives me an opportunity to do all three.

For free!

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Dutch Lock Down Day One Hundred Twenty

[No News For You!]

The thing about writing a blog post in the morning on the weekend is that sometimes there is no news. The Netherlands actually believes in the weekends and very few people actually work on Saturday and Sunday.

Which is why yesterday’s post had only one news link.

That post blasted out of my passion for The Farmer’s Project without regard for news cycle or time of day.

(I know, terrible pun, right, H?)

But first the news:

Tonight, though, while there are plenty of news articles to choose from, I waited too late to write and so I just want to write something ANYTHING so I can go to bed already.

But then!

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