Super trivial but I like to view these sort of blog posts from time to time. So here’s what’s in my bag today.
- Bag: Ogio Sly “15
- Laptop: Galago Pro by System76 (galp3)
- Jetpack.com accessory bag with a 3mm jack in-ear headphones, a thumb drive and a screen cleaning cloth
- Power adapter for the Galago Pro
- The Official Bullet Journal notebook
- Field Notes: Pitch Black Edition pocket notebook
- Getting Things Done by David Allen
- A fork – don’t pretend you don’t need one when you least expect it
- Staedtler Blue Series 0.5mm mechanical pencil
- Bullet Space Pen by Fisher
That’s it, no adapters, the laptop has everything I’d need built in.
Once you start to understand the workflow behind Gutenberg’s tagging convention things start to come together.Continue reading “Retrofitting an old theme for Gutenberg”
What’s not to like about an 80s rock ballad?
Not that anyone asked.
When it comes to the plugins on my blog I like to think I’m a bit of a minimalist.
My “professional” blog at joseph-dickson.com is running bare bones WordPress, on the occasion of a new version update I’ll run WP-Optimize to clean things up a bit then uninstall it. I’d keep it around if I had more things going on over there.
I get some grief from friends for using Jetpack but find many of it’s features worthwhile. Video CDN, automatic backups, comment spam filtering.