Here’s to hoping today goes smoother than yesterday.

Please help me find a resource detailing privacy issues with Google Chrome in one place other than's one. Do you know one? I need to write an article which is easy to read to beginners related to that, especially, I am looking for the reasons and the proofs not the alternatives. Thank you, All!

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@ndanes oye. Glad to hear that. I did that just with `~/.config` a few weeks ago and that was bad enough.

@ndanes Oh shit! That must've gotten your heart racing a lot more than it should for a Sunday

@celia Nothing to be sorry about. You're making me realize I should really write this up.

The CSS I imported is actually from the core blocks CSS. I think this is the specific file

@celia Just about everything should work. The biggest difference is you might need to add some CSS from the main blocks CSS file. I've incorporated it into my SCSS build for just the blocks I need but I've done quite a bit with blockquote, code blocks and a few others.

Static sites are great, but they're not for everyone. If you're using them because WordPress is too heavy here's proof that you can fix your WordPress theme. This is from my own WP site with a homepage that weighs a whopping 25kb (compressed). Theme at

If you care about privacy on the web, even if you don't use WordPress, I highly suggest supporting this effort to disable FLoC by default in WP Core and doing so as a security update. With 40% of the web this is sorely needed.

You all might appreciate my Home Assistant setup, particularly what I call "dad mode". Tells me how long someone left the lights on so I know how loud to scream at them....

Local news is talking about how red tide is already strong enough here to cause breathing and other problems. It’s going to be a very long summer.

@mastohost Ha. Definitely haven't forgotten... just need to actually find time to sit and think of it :/

Oye... I still owe @mastohost some thoughts on server migrations. Good God these last two months have gotten away from me :/

vaccine thoughts 

if we collectively decide that vaccine hesitancy in the USA is enough of a problem that we need to fix it, maybe we should stop raising our kids in a culture of unbridled me-first individualism.

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