In this episode, I play an Xmas song by Michael Butler; I only like a few pop Xmas songs; as I change my line of work slightly, I think about how developer relations people romanticize the wrong things; I love automation but not social media automated sentiment; cleaning out old electronics sent me on a nostalgia trip to my BBS and GEnie days;the Jason Scott BBS documentary is fantastic; whatever is around when you are 13 years old is special.
In this episode, I play a Zamrock song by Keith Mlevhu; I discuss the fragility of hacked together workflows; getting organized seems to be working in my life; dealing with comics is getting easier; is changing a lot better than incremental change? I try to ignore information that leads to no actions; Michael Butler and I both love Joe Klein and don’t want him mad at us.
In this episode, I play a Zamrock song by Footswitch; I discuss making a life in any place; what is the minimum viable community? Is it creepy to colonize existing old neighborhoods? Why I don’t believe any polling data in 2019; Karl Rove ruined polling in America; I am loving Billions and Watchmen TV Shows.
Before investigating the end credits song of Watchmen Episode 6, I had never heard of Zamrock. Now I am obsessed with it! https://amzn.to/2OkMzey There is a whole subgenre of fantastic psychedelic rock waiting to be listened to. I have a new project!
In this episode, I play a highly relevant song from Michelle Malone; I have a brand new dream; leave work situations gently; I have a new Kindle Fire; dogmatic strident nerds bug me; don’t let the customers hear your workplace drama; I’m not the bad guy for using and buying the stuff that is available.
https://developer.servicenow.com/blog.do?p=/post/vscode/ There exist a few different VS Code extensions to do #ServiceNow development off instance. Today the official one dropped! @Andrewjbarnes has the scoop at the Dev Program blog
In this episode, I play a song from Five Eight; being an adult is hard and harder for me than most; am I a secret lover of chaos? I am getting cured of hoarding the hard way; clearing land exposes my temporal biases; the value of social media to me is who I can block.
In this episode, I play a song from Sarah Shook and the Disarmers; I may be suffering from “podcast block”; I have the bad habit of a daily defamation; Brian Koppelman and Mur Lafferty are compassionate while I am a dick; I am using Trakt.tv to manage my TV and movie queue; I remember the movie Ballast far longer than is reasonable; I am running up against the zero-sum game of time.
More with #Spoketoberfest today on #LCHH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jENOG0KlxXM at a special early time – 12:30 PM EDT / 1630 UTC. We’ll try to get some Dynamic Inputs working with Linode! #ServiceNow development is fun!
In this episode, I play a song from Valley Lodge; I discuss the work trips to India and Louisiana; I love a lot of science fiction literature but I don’t like urban fantasy – expecially Harry Potter and especially especially the voice acting of the audiobook; I do love cyberpunk; I finished Game of Thrones and started Danger Man aka Secret Agent; I am fine with the Game of Thrones TV show ending; I have a burgeoning interest in MMT aka modern monetary theory; the Pointer Sisters do a breathtaking cover of Steely Dan.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56d_CtTslwo #LiveCodingHappyHour today shows you how to do #ServiceNow development for #Spoketoberfest https://developer.servicenow.com/blog.do?p=/post/spoketoberfest-begins/ (ie #Hacktoberfest). Fun stuff!
In this episode, I play a song by Five Eight; I discuss how bands really need to get their metadata right; I reminisce about the CREATE South conference; I am catching up on my podcast backlog; not going to Dragon*Con makes me less sad than you might think; the Axis of Evo never happened; Ken Kennedy sold me Fossil and Perkeep; nerd projects light up my pleasure center.
Special early LCHH – 11 AM EDT today: https://youtube.com/watch?v=cpAVFMZnfYg Meetup.com has removed API Key access so we need to add OAuth to our app to fix the integration. We have to do it anyway, why not share it with you as we do? #ServiceNow
My friend Andre Pope died yesterday. This is how I’ll remember him, cooking the BBQ for CREATE South. I’m lucky I got to know him and work with him. Love to his family and many many friends. It is a sad day. Photo by @exposur3 (Chrys Rynearson)
In this episode, I talk about Otter.ai being partof my workflow; digitizing my radio history; figures that have gone from ubiquitous to forgotten in my lifetime; cyberpunk remains my favorite genre; Cory Doctorow has a certainty that I envy; our culture suffers from certainty poisoning; RIP Lois Edgerly; Andre Pope is struggling.