Steps to write a new static micro post:
yarn newPost micro # Edit index.md in Caret yarn start # Verify git add . git commit -m "new micro post" git push
Doesn’t seem too bad for now. I think I’m going to start a new app that allows me to do all those things from a single form in the menu bar. The more I can treat the entire process as atomic, the more I think I’ll use it.
Even better, generate a twitter compatible summary, add a back link and post to twitter.
Update — iSH.app now supports node! I can at least now edit markdown files via the command line on an iPad now. Going to see if I can get gatsby to actually run and connect to localhost…
Note to self: I do need to update my vim configuration, but for the moment I can actually edit the markdown files in Byword on the iPad since iSH exposes it’s filesystem to the Files system.
What with the whole SIP COVID situation, I decided I wanted to be able to noodle on some music ideas and wanted to get my home studio functioning again. Easier said than done.
Turns out my audio interface doesn’t really work anymore, given the company behind it stopped releasing drivers a few years ago (I’m pretty sure they are essentially out of business at this point). So I unexpectedly entered the market for a new audio interface. My current leading candidate is the MOTU M4 but that seems to be sold out everywhere (probably due in no small part to COVID… sigh)
I’m also looking into a new MIDI controller since my old JV-35 has some broken keys. I was eying the Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol s61. I would love to get the full 88 weighted key version, but I’m not sure I can justify the cost.
Sidenote: I’m using this post to debug my netlify cms configuration