My private garden
This website is very own private garden on the world wide web. Here I express myself, here I can experiment and do whatever I want. I enjoy improving it when I have some free time, it’s like watering plants or removing weeds from the lawn.
Here are some enhancements I implemented in the last few months.
Then came Elon Musk and killed Twitter. In the search for the new source of updates, I discovered NetNewsWire and started actively using RSS feeds again. And, of course, I made sure that my RSS feed is in order.
Inspired by a blog post I’ve seen somewhere, I flexed my XSLT skills and applied some CSS to my RSS. Safari users will not see this, as it will automatically suggest subscribing, but for other browsers it looks much better than raw XML.
I’ve updated the main stylesheet as well to better support dark theme and to incorporate A (more) Modern CSS Reset instead of simple outdated rules I used before.
Now and Uses
Thanks to all the participants of App Defaults sharing initiative, I discovered similar concepts which existed long ago:
- Now page, where people share what they are focused on right now
- and Uses page, where similarly to App Defaults people share various stuff they are using, not only software, but also hardware, services, etc.
Dark theme & footer
There is a theme switcher at the bottom of every page. Previously, the system theme was always used, and it is still the default, but now it can be changed.
The footer has now also links to my social networks. And a nice Creative Commons logo instead of the copyright symbol.
I like collecting stuff, so since I got PlayStation several years ago, I started collecting Platinum trophies.
I don’t pursue Platinum in every game, and before starting the challenge I always check the guide on powerpyx.com. The Platinum difficulty and the amount of hours are important factors in the consideration. Of course, the game should be interesting too.
My Playroom page also lists other games I played on my PlayStation recently.
This blog post is full of screenshots, and you should take more screenshots too.
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