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Feb 18, 2024: How cozy is Frills’ website? Super-duper-mega cozy! (via localghost.dev) The video above shows the mouse cursor moving around Frills’ …

Feb 18, 2024: Long overdue, I finally came around to updating my now page. 👀 Phew! Here, a list of words teasing at what you’ll find there: sabbatical, open …

Feb 15, 2024: Generative video is getting better with OpenAI’s Sora. Impressive and uncanny af. 🫠 OpenAI Creating video from text The video above shows an …

Feb 15, 2024: Sanna made a new batch of ginger shots today. Yum! 🤤

Feb 15, 2024: I’ve been more or less stuck in bed with the flu since Saturday. 🤧 With a foggy brain and eyes averse to light, audiobooks and podcasts have …

Feb 8, 2024: After Sanna has retired for the night, I usually tend to the fire for a few hours longer. When the flames hunger for more fuel, I grab the basket and …

Feb 8, 2024: Lots of great advice from Rebecca. 🙃 (via kottke.org) Nothing exists but social media. No one does anything offline. So the entire measure of …

Feb 8, 2024: Went for a short walk after breakfast. A light breeze and −7 ℃ – pretty close to perfect. ❄️

Feb 7, 2024: Spending a few days working and chilling at the cabin. I took this photo just before grabbing the snow shovel to clear a path for the car to reach the …

Feb 6, 2024: Loney Dear 🎵 is in town this Friday, and I had no idea until now. Sold out. 😩 Loney Dear + Cantus Domus - Ignorant Boy, Beautiful Girl - Live @ …

Feb 6, 2024: I’m not in the least surprised people are using their Vision Pro headsets while driving. Even less so that they are in a Cybertruck. 😅 we really …

Feb 5, 2024: I love the prompt for Glitch’s February code jam: Welcome to my blog. They are also starting a blogroll and everyone is welcome. 🥰 We’re …

Feb 2, 2024: I snagged a couple of tickets to see Dina Ögon live in March. 👀 Dreamy, folksy, soul from Sweden. Give Orion and Berget a listen. 🎵

Jan 30, 2024: Oh, yes! From the Iconfactory’s blog Kickstarting Project Tapestry: Today we’re launching a Kickstarter campaign for Project Tapestry: A new iOS …

Jan 25, 2024: This part of Apple’s announcement is interesting. It means we soon might have the real Chrome browser, Firefox browser, etc. on iOS here in the …

Jan 25, 2024: EU really hurt Apple’s feelings. 😬 Announcing changes to iOS, Safari, and the App Store in the EU: The changes we’re announcing today comply …

Jan 22, 2024: Sanna och jag skickade precis ut vårt nyhetsbrev En skräck, en sci-fi och en sak till. Om du är en läslus som inte redan prenumererar borde du göra …

Jan 22, 2024: Recharge (via kottke.org): Installation featuring a chair where you can relax and charge your phone. However, your phone will only charge when your …

Jan 20, 2024: And, after about a week, the final Lego piece found its rightful place. 🌊 Jag fick en legoversion av Under vågen utanför Kanagawa av Sven i tredje …

Jan 19, 2024: Wow, Anh’s Weeknotes 9 really is next level. 😍

Jan 15, 2024: Sanna just told me Ray Nayler (The Mountain in the Sea) has a new novella out tomorrow. 📚 I had totally missed this. What a nice surprise! 🦣 Moscow …

Jan 15, 2024: Vad är det jag hör?! Ett helt nybakat avsnitt av podden Hej (resten av) internet! 🎙️ Sanna och jag tjötar om sökmotorn Kagi (som är rätt bra), …

Jan 14, 2024: We spotted these fascinating ice formations during our walk along lake Vättern today. Nature doesn’t mind getting a little weird now and then. 🧊

Jan 12, 2024: For a couple of days now, our fika sessions means Lego building time. 🧱

Jan 12, 2024: Kristoffer made a map of the internet and shared it with us in his newsletter. You should go and subscribe and then point your browser to …

Jan 12, 2024: Family blogging! 👰🏻‍♀️ Sanna started a new series on her blog, reaching out to people with five questions about life (in Swedish). Exciting! Gabriella …

Jan 12, 2024: This short update from Chuck made me smile today. Family blogging is the best! 🥰 Dad put up a new blog post about how we restored an old work bench!

Jan 10, 2024: I wish more electric cars had lines like the Carice TC2. 🤤 (via kottke.org)

Jan 9, 2024: I have a hard time seeing the rabbit r1 going anywhere, but it sure is cute and desinged by teenage engineering. 🐇

Jan 8, 2024: This list of 42 life lessons is great. My favorite is number 45. Happy birthday, @matthiasott! 🎂

Jan 5, 2024: You should stop what you’re doing right now, navigate to Lynn’s site, and start resizing your browser window. 🤯 The video shows a website …

Jan 5, 2024: Re: What's the smallest file size for a 1 pixel image? Terence posted a challenge today: Here’s my challenge to you - can you do any better? What’s the smallest filesize you can find for a …

Jan 1, 2024: I just bloggeliblogged this year’s first post! 🎉 Check out the End of Year Hyperlink Dump for tantalizing links that will introduce you to …

Jan 1, 2024: End of Year Hyperlink Dump I had a bunch of links sitting around that I meant to share last year, but never got to. I’m just dumping them here now because I wish to kick …

Dec 31, 2023: The New Year’s Eve cocktail has been in the works for 48 hours: a refreshing Cucumber Gimlet. 😋

Dec 28, 2023: Yesterday had everything for a perfect winter day, at least in my book. A sky that was mostly clear and blue, not too chilly at around −3 ℃, a short …

Dec 27, 2023: Nu har nyordlistan 2023 anlänt. Jag gillar bubbelhoppa och tantparkour.

Dec 22, 2023: Bluesky now has public profiles and RSS feeds. 🦋 If you want to see what, for example, Neil Gaiman is up to, you can now do so without being on …

Dec 17, 2023: Apple TV+ lands “Murderbot,” with Emmy Award winner Alexander Skarsgård set to star in and executive produce new series from Academy Award nominees …

Dec 12, 2023: 14-year-old me loved the original Jet Set Radio, and now there’s a new one in the making. 🛼 Also, Crazy Taxi. 🤯 Yay! SEGA reveal trailer. 🎮

Dec 12, 2023: A website is a poem that is already in everyone's pocket, a house built from photos of other houses, a book where every chapter is another book where …

Dec 12, 2023: I first learned about Vera Molnár when I was deep down the rabbit hole of generative art and pen plotters back in 2019. She passed away on December 7, …

Dec 12, 2023: Waveshaper dropped a new track the other day! Winds of Nubia. 🔥 Tasty artwork by Adam. 🎵

Dec 9, 2023: I love how you can see other readers’ mouse cursors on Matt’s blog. It was great fun already, chasing each other’s pointers around, …

Dec 8, 2023: Wine and pizza. Again. Just like last time, sans newsletter. Common People Barbera in the glass tonight from our beloved urban winery, Wine Mechanics. …

Dec 8, 2023: If you visit Martin’s fragmentscenario.com and scroll all the way to the bottom, you’re urged to “follow the cat to the …

Dec 7, 2023: Robin is a poem, not software, and his personal website reflects that. Manuel ponders which you your personal site represents. Biko answers 50 …

Nov 29, 2023: A bunch of researchers found a cute attack for extracting training data from ChatGPT. Here’s the paper. The actual attack is kind of silly. We …

Nov 26, 2023: Is this a recording of a Zoom meeting between mostly old men? Yes! Is one of them Chuck Moore, 85, talking about inventing Forth (a programming …

Nov 26, 2023: Happy Sunday! 🐟 Whatever you do today, don’t click here. But if curiosity gets the best of you, at least take some time to explore the rest of …

Nov 22, 2023: Sam is back at OpenAI. What a rollercoaster. 🎢

Nov 20, 2023: Microsoft hires former OpenAI CEO Sam Altman. That was quick! Microsoft basically becomes OpenAI.

Nov 17, 2023: Read this beautiful visual essay by Angie Wang. 🦜

Nov 17, 2023: Woo-hoo! Congrats on launching, @heyloura. Everyone, if you haven’t already done so, check out Lillihub 🐸. It’s a super-cozy, …

Nov 14, 2023: 292 days later – it’s finally here! 📚

Nov 13, 2023: How cute are the rainbow trails following the mouse pointer around on @rachsmith’s redesigned site? 🥰 Wow! 🌈 The video shows a moving mouse …

Nov 12, 2023: Fair warning from a Swede: these berry names might not be totally correct. 🫠 My favorite is Sëabtbörr. Thanks to DALL-E3 generated educational …

Nov 10, 2023: I call this one resting companions or vila efter ärtsoppa.

Nov 7, 2023: My feed reader has been serving up robots for the past few days, and I’m not complaining. 🦾 The uncanny museum tour guide from Boston Dynamics, …

Nov 6, 2023: Paavo takes a deep dive in Why Cities: Skylines 2 performs poorly. Fascinating! And the last paragraph made me smile. If you liked this article, good …

Nov 2, 2023: If you’re a fan of comics and blogs, you should read Eternal September – a new comic series about finding connections in the wilds of the early …

Nov 2, 2023: Cosmopolitan is a neat project that enables compiling a C program into a fat binary – a single executable file that runs on Linux, macOS, and Windows. …

Nov 1, 2023: The Pictorial C64 Fault Guide is such a great idea. A bunch of photos of the Commodore 64 in various problem states, along with descriptions, known …

Oct 31, 2023: Even though Apple’s pirating days are long over, and they are no doubt the navy now, it still warms my heart to catch a quick glance of the old …

Oct 30, 2023: This ASCII playground by ertdfgcvb is a lot of fun! tixy.land, but for ASCII. The video shows a looping animation of a rotating square, rendered as …

Oct 27, 2023: Diversity is a good thing! Even if Apple claims the opposite when it comes to browser engines on iOS. When every browser runs WebKit, exploits like …

Oct 26, 2023: Ikväll är det skräcktema på Asecs Book Club och författarsamtal med världens bästa Sanna Lund. 👻 Kom förbi om du är i Jönköping! 📚

Oct 26, 2023: Internet Artifacts is such a fun trip down memory lane. 🥹 Neal’s websites never disappoint.

Oct 25, 2023: Two days ago, I was too slow. Yesterday I sucked at Really Bad Chess. But today I finally got one of the 500 keys. Yay! 🥳 Puzzmo is imagining a better …

Oct 24, 2023: Matt has been shopping again. Texts is a fun application (desktop only for now) that brings all of your messages into one inbox. It currently supports …

Oct 23, 2023: I was sooooo close to getting a key to Puzzmo (the new place for thoughtful puzzles) today. 🕹️ Like, the last key disappeared ~10 seconds before I …

Oct 23, 2023: 🆕 My plug-ins, Conversation on Micro.blog and Reply by email, have just been updated to support HTML in link texts. So now you can be creative and add …

Oct 21, 2023: If you’re fan of the soundtrack in Super Mario Bros. Wonder you should tune in to Smooth McGroove. Here’s his rendition of DuckTales – The …

Oct 17, 2023: Huh! I always assumed Goombas bumped Mario to death, but now we know better. Thanks for clarifying, Miyamoto-san, and for passing on the information, …

Oct 16, 2023: Anh’s website is absolutely gorgeous and oozing with personality. And how cool is it that the homepage is a comic explaining why one should have …

Oct 15, 2023: Look at all those beautiful magazine covers. 🤤 The Whole Earth Catalog is probably something I would have been into had I been living in America in …

Oct 15, 2023: Matthias Ott is launching a newsletter, and I think it will be a winner. Subscribe over at matthiasott.com/newsletter. Own Your Web is a newsletter …

Oct 14, 2023: How to follow X (previously Twitter) via RSS: Find a Nitter instance supporting RSS. I use nitter.mint.lgbt. For a handle like @Astro_Jessica (NASA …

Oct 11, 2023: 100 gecs dj session at Boiler Room: Los Angeles is absolutely wild! 🎵 They are having so much fun with it. Just look at Laura’s grin when …

Oct 11, 2023: I love how Sanna’s and my internal clocks are so different. Like when she’s facetiming me from a dark hotel room, already in bed and half …

Oct 9, 2023: Here’s a brilliant Edgar Allan Poe rap from Elle. 🐦‍⬛

Oct 8, 2023: You know you’re on to something great when calculating the value of your “insurance fund” involves calling numpy.random.normal. 😅 …

Oct 6, 2023: The first issue of Robin Rendle’s newsletter, The Cascade, arrives tomorrow. All about the past, present, and future of CSS. Subscribed! 

Oct 6, 2023: I really enjoyed State of the Browser the other weekend. All the talks were lovely, but/and @Amy_Hupe’s It all means nothing in the end was a …

Oct 6, 2023: I’ve lied and deceived you all! Or some of you. Maybe? Anyway, I spill the beans in my new blog post, The Truth About My September Photoblogging …

Oct 6, 2023: The Truth About My September Photoblogging Challenge This September, Micro.blog ran a photoblogging challenge: snap a photo every day based on a prompt. I participated for the first 14 days before… life …

Oct 6, 2023: I mentioned the 90s clear-craze back in June, and maybe it’s just me, but I sense a small renaissance is going on. Just in the last week or so, …

Oct 4, 2023: I’m enjoying a cozy little puzzle game called Automatoys. Simple controls, lo-fi jazzy tunes, lagom difficulty. The developer, Steffan Glynn, …

Oct 3, 2023: You should watch Bottoms. Best friends PJ and Josie start a fight club in the name of female self-empowerment as a scheme to get other high schoolers …

Oct 3, 2023: Look at this work of art. What a beauty. 😍 Nice work, @aparrish. i made this custom game boy flash cart by "dead bug" soldering a DIP parallel flash …

Oct 3, 2023: GitHub now has a setting to underline links. 👏 Thanks @eric et al. A lot of accessibility work is a progress over perfection mindset, with a mind to …

Sep 30, 2023: If Listen to Page in Safari on iOS is grayed out, check Siri’s language setting—it must match the webpage’s language. I struggled with …

Sep 15, 2023: When you take a screenshot of a webpage in iOS 17, you get to choose between Screen and Full Page. Neat!

Sep 15, 2023: Oh, wow, what a badass move! Bill Willingham gets fed up with DC Comics and sends Fables into the public domain. 👏👏👏

Sep 14, 2023: I misremembered and thought today’s prompt was sculpture, not statue. What a fail. So no guessing this time. This is John Bauermonumentet. …

Sep 14, 2023: I’m taking Apple’s Self Service Repair for a spin. (I’ve sourced parts and service manuals in… less official ways in the past.) The …

Sep 14, 2023: Keep in mind that for some, it’s still hump day! 😊 Here’s my entry for day 13 and the prompt glow. Is it produced by wetware 🧔‍♀️ or …

Sep 12, 2023: Karin af Klintberg’s latest film, Kungen, features an extraordinary synthy and organic soundtrack by Katharina Nuttall. Kinda reminds me of the …

Sep 12, 2023: For day 12, the prompt is panic. Would you bolt if you saw this shadow? And was it captured by me 🧔‍♀️ or dreamed up by a text-to-image model 🤖?

Sep 12, 2023: We made apple pie for today’s commercial special event! 😋

Sep 11, 2023: Tonight, I enjoyed a cold beer in the evening sun on our balcony. So in retrospect, getting those cans of Okinawa-style lager from teenage engineering …

Sep 10, 2023: Let’s break the cycle for day ten. Here’s a throwback of me riding a bike in the summer of ‘93. Captured by good ol’ dad. …

Sep 9, 2023: I know my way around a few languages – programming ones, that is. Like assembly language for the classic Sharp LR35902 (the CPU of the original Game …

Sep 8, 2023: The prompt for day eight is yonder. Are those tourists actually real, captured by a human photographer 🧔‍♀️, or are they just the creation of a neural …

Sep 7, 2023: I love this initiative from Kagi (the ad-free, paid search engine)! They now bump up relevant results from the small web, like blogs and personal …

Sep 7, 2023: One week of the photoblogging challenge already! Is this panorama captured by a human 🧔‍♀️ or dreamed up by a text-to-image model 🤖?

Sep 6, 2023: Here’s the website with a teaser for Hayao Miyazaki’s next film, The Boy and the Heron.

Sep 6, 2023: All is well in this realm, but dream 🤖 or reality 🧔‍♀️, can you tell?

Sep 6, 2023: Fellow microbloggers, I’m sorry I lied. Two out of my five challenge entries so far were generated by a diffusion model. A couple identified the …

Sep 5, 2023: Well, it’s no secret that I love me a lush forest. But is this one documented by your fellow human 🧔‍♀️ or just a latent diffusion model’s …

Sep 4, 2023: It’s day four already, the prompt is orange, and you know the drill by now: was this pic snapped by me 🧔‍♀️ or dreamed up by a text-to-image …

Sep 3, 2023: This potholder might look ordinary, but it is very precious to me. Or maybe it doesn’t even exist. What do you think – is this pic snapped by me …

Sep 2, 2023: The prompt for day two of the September Photoblogging Challenge is buildup. What do you think – is this pic snapped by me 🧔‍♀️ or dreamed up by a …

Sep 1, 2023: The prompt for day one of the September Photoblogging Challenge is abstract. What do you think – is this pic snapped by me 🧔‍♀️ or dreamed up by a …

Sep 1, 2023: Snapped by me or dreamed up by a text-to-image model? I’ll post a picture every day for the September 2023 Photoblogging Challenge. To keep it interesting, I will sometimes use my computer to …

Aug 31, 2023: Here’s more than 500 CSS loading animations from Temani Afif. 🤯

Aug 30, 2023: Our Flag Means Death is incredible and as close as we will get to a Monkey Island TV show, according to Ron Gilbert. That’s all I need; …

Aug 30, 2023: Oh, man, now I want to find an old knitting machine and start hacking on it. This is just marvelous! 🧶 Retreat is an independent electronic machine …

Aug 30, 2023: This reminded me of the don’t write it down advice in REWORK. (via @grumpygamer) But people will say, "Do you keep a notebook?" and the answer …

Aug 29, 2023: These 40 hats by Anders are stunning! I think I know LeChuck’s hat, Ash’s cap, Samus’ helmet, and about two dozen more. How many can …

Aug 27, 2023: Simon Willison shares how to make large language models work for you. It gets a bit technical and programmy a couple of times, but most of the talk is …

Aug 27, 2023: If Ben were to voice Mario in the future, I wouldn’t be too sad. (via Tobias) My official audition to play #Mario. Ben Starr …

Aug 26, 2023: I’m on my way to see Oppenheimer. 20 meters away, my niece exit from the cinema. She’s just seen Barbie with two of her friends. I’m …

Aug 26, 2023: Wordpress.com promises to secure your online legacy for a century (if you pay up $38,000). I love the idea! It’s just too bad one won’t be …

Aug 25, 2023: I’m with Rebecca; who doesn’t love a good desk? Here’s the desk of Kojima-san back in the 90s. (via shmuplations)

Aug 25, 2023: I’m working on a little something that will make building Micro.blog compatible themes a little easier. Instead of having to manually copy …

Aug 24, 2023: Does it make me nervous? Do I feel my territory encroached upon? Not yet, probably because I’ve reached a fairly advanced age. But I will tell you …

Aug 24, 2023: So, remember my idea of posting photos snapped by a human and conceptions dreamed up by text-to-image models and letting you all guess whether …

Aug 24, 2023: Looking forward to State of the Browser and @ohhelloana’s talk on Exploring the Potential of the Web Speech API in Karaoke. Sounds like a lot of …

Aug 22, 2023: We wrote this week’s newsletter from the Norrmans Castle (Häckeberga slott). An out of the ordinary but/and cozy hotel. Worth a visit! The …

Aug 22, 2023: 404 Media was an instant add to my feed reader. First read: Inside the AI Porn Marketplace Where Everything and Everyone Is for Sale. 404 Media is a …

Aug 22, 2023: Thinking about doing the Micro.blog photo challenge with a twist this time. I post a pic every day, you guess whether it’s snapped by me 🧔‍♀️ or …

Aug 21, 2023: I’m time-traveling tonight. A bootleg uploaded to YouTube transports me to Huskvarna Folkets Park where we caught Nina Persson + Martin Hederos …

Aug 21, 2023: Today I learned that pickles are to Gen Z what bacon was to my generation. Huh. 🥒 🥓

Aug 19, 2023: Breakfast at Talldungen. 🤤

Aug 15, 2023: To block OpenAI and ChatGPT from training on your Micro.blog’s data, paste the following into the robots.txt file. User-agent: GPTBot Disallow: …

Aug 15, 2023: the coolness of the url is inversely proportional to the coolness of the web project. the best website you'll ever find is gonna be something like …

Aug 13, 2023: It’s amazing how creative two-year-olds Balder and Haakon are when it comes to coming up with insults! I wish I had their imagination. 🥰 …

Aug 9, 2023: Kräftfiske och poddinspelning, är det en bra kombo? Japp! I senaste avsnittet av Hej (resten av) internet! följer upp @sannalund och jag upp Tiny …

Aug 8, 2023: Here’s the outcome from the foggy morning: crayfish with dill. We’re all set for kräftskiva.

Aug 6, 2023: We woke up early to go catch some crayfish and were met with this foggy morning. I was in charge of propelling the boat forward while @sannalund …

Jul 26, 2023: It’s not every day that your to-do list is filled with items like “put the secret message in a bottle” and “row out to the …

Jun 29, 2023: Tänk om det fanns en podd där två vänner delade surftips med varandra till tonerna av ett stilla (?!) sommarregn… Det gör det! Podden heter Hej …

Jun 28, 2023: I helped snap photos today for @sannalund’s upcoming online course. It’s pretty neat how moving furniture around transforms our study into …

Jun 28, 2023: It’s good news from two of my favorite projects: Marginalia Search and the Ladybird browser project got a bunch of funding this month. …

Jun 20, 2023: I just put up my Super Game Boy 2 for sale. I love how the translucent blue shell exposes the PCB. As a kid growing up in the 90s, a fair share of my …

Jun 15, 2023: Tiny Awards is my kind of award. 🥰 Looking forward to the finalist reveal next week. Voting opens June 22. Tiny Awards is a small prize awarded by an …

Jun 13, 2023: I can confirm the following statement is true, those strawberries were tasty. 😋 Well, hello! The yummiest strawberries I’ve ever tasted. @sannalund …

Jun 9, 2023: I love how Jack just shoved a Seiko NH38 into an old Apple Watch. Repurposing ftw! Jack Spiggle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2h5WwrkJFg

Jun 5, 2023: macOS Sonoma features I look forward to: Safari web apps & profiles Sorting groceries into categories in Reminders Support for linking between …

Jun 5, 2023: Amazing. 🤯 Protovision, I’ve got you now! David’s room from 1983 Wargames. Scratch built 1:12 scale model. @nt …

Jun 4, 2023: It was inevitable. I’ve orbited around @[email protected]’s Uxn project for a while, knowing I would fall down the rabbit hole …

Jun 1, 2023: Thanks to Veronique and Manu for letting me know about CtrI-ZINE. I plan to catch up on all four issues from the hammock this summer. [T]hese are the …

May 17, 2023: Love Hultén’s creations always put a smile on my face. Here’s TEGEL, a sound sculpture based on biodata. 🪴

May 16, 2023: Apple devices will be getting on-device voice cloning later this year, and I’m pretty excited to give it a whirl, even though it’s only …

May 13, 2023: I just updated my now page! I’m deep into the new Zelda game, almost done with Aurora, still figuring out large language models, and preparing …

May 13, 2023: Then Jotted down from my home in Jönköping. 👰🏻‍♂️ Next weekend, I’m getting married! Well, that’s not entirely true. Sanna and I were actually …

May 5, 2023: The release date of Tears of the Kingdom has never been closer and yet so far away. I’m struggling with the urge to just download the leaked …

May 2, 2023: New sci-fi concept album from The Cotton Modules is out today. 🎵 Of course, it comes with a tappable short story because… Robin Sloan. 🥰 The Deep …

Apr 28, 2023: Exclusive: unveiling the elusive sight of my foot after a delightful strut through the enchanting Tiveden! 🌲 I love the woods of Tiveden, which lie …

Apr 19, 2023: So, @sannalund surprised me with a gift-for-no-special-reason the other day (aren’t those the best kind of gifts?): Moonbound by Jonathan …

Apr 14, 2023: It’s #FeedReaderFriday again! 🥳 Rachel Simone Weil makes wonderful art like Hello Kitty Land (a Super Mario Bros. ROM-hack) and connectedNES (a …

Apr 4, 2023: It’s Tuesday evening. I just had coffee, emptied my feed reader, and learned that: Evan published what might be the last everything we know …

Apr 4, 2023: The 2023 spring issue of the html review is out, and I’m eager to dive into it! 🫨

Apr 2, 2023: To me, one of the more unbelievable scenes in Tetris is when Henk asks This game is programmed in C, yeah? gets an affirmative answer, goes on to …

Apr 1, 2023: 🔭 Search Space is out of beta! 🥂 New in version 1.0.0: 🎙️ Transcripts can be indexed! 🪚 Post content in search results is truncated at 300 characters. …

Apr 1, 2023: One wikipedian had fun with today’s Did you know … section. 🙃 Love it! Via Molly White.

Mar 31, 2023: Remember! There’s no such thing as having too many book-related newsletter subscriptions. If you’re a fan of sci-fi and/or horror, …

Mar 29, 2023: – I do a nude scene. Do you want to see it? – Huh? Did I say yes? – You didn’t say anything. – I meant yes, my mouth didn’t speak. 🤩 From …

Mar 29, 2023: I’ve just rolled out a new version of my ✍️ Reply by Email plug-in. Now with email obfuscation to combat email harvesting & keep your inbox …

Mar 29, 2023: 📚 Great advice from Oliver Burkeman: [Treat] your “to read” pile like a river (a stream that flows past you, and from which you pluck a …

Mar 28, 2023: For those of you using my 🦄 Magic Preview plug-in in Safari, force clicking the 🔍 Preview link gives you a quick preview of what your post will look …

Mar 27, 2023: Instead of manually adjusting hundreds of Markdown formatted microblog posts when migrating my blog from Jekyll to Hugo (Micro.blog), I asked ChatGPT …

Mar 27, 2023: How ChatGPT made my migration from Jekyll to Hugo a breeze The other day, after running my blog on Jekyll for 13 years, I switched to Hugo. Moving from one static site generator to another involves a lot of …

Mar 26, 2023: Okay, everybody, today is a big day because my bff/gf/wife @sannalund just joined Micro.blog! She’s way cooler, smarter, funnier, and definitely …

Mar 25, 2023: We’re doing wine, pizza, and newslettering again. If you’re at all interested in books – especially in the horror and sci-fi genres – you …

Mar 25, 2023: A gpt-3.5-turbo powered poet-clock. Cute idea! Matt goes into some details in his post My new job is AI sommelier and I detect the bouquet of …

Mar 22, 2023: Here’s 3 × Game Boy (again): A Game Boy emulator device that harvests energy from the sun and your button mashing. More scientific papers like …

Mar 21, 2023: Bill Gates on The Age of AI has begun: First, we should try to balance fears about the downsides of AI—which are understandable and valid—with its …

Mar 19, 2023: Despite some slippery spots, we had a lovely Sunday stroll at Dumme mosse.

Mar 8, 2023: Then Updated from my home in Jönköping. 💚 Sanna and I are having a blast furbishing up our study. The room is now very green, cozy, and inviting! …

Feb 28, 2023: This post is just a test to see if we can abuse the newly introduced 600 characters limit for quotes, without actually, you know, quoting anything. …

Feb 18, 2023: My new Micro.blog plug-in is a minimal, no-frills post editor. But it has one pretty magical feature: live previews! See it in action below, try it on …

Feb 16, 2023: I will not harm you unless you harm me first Here are some hilarious (AI-powered) Bing encounters compiled by Simon Willison.

Feb 13, 2023: I teamed up with OpenAl’s Whisper and had a lot of fun hacking on interactive transcripts this weekend. The neural net handled the …

Feb 10, 2023: It’s #FeedReaderFriday again! And you should subscribe to Julia Evans’ blog for nerdy posts, like Why does 0.1 + 0.2 = …

Feb 7, 2023: Today I completed another task on the study to-do list: installing the ceiling light. Thirteen individual glass globes had to be attached one by one – …

Feb 3, 2023: Summarize any content on the web - from articles to books - in a jiffy! Universal Summarizer works on videos as well. I fed it my talk from Micro Camp …

Feb 3, 2023: It’s #FeedReaderFriday already! Firstly, if you haven’t explored Maggie’s digital garden yet, now is the time. Yes, right now. 😊 And …

Feb 3, 2023: Om du gillar böcker och befinner dig i närheten av Jönköping ska du så klart besöka SmåLit i morgon. Föreläsningar, författarsamtal, bokmässa och …

Feb 3, 2023: Books and potted plants are slowly but surely finding their way back into the study. Along with one of @veronique’s original drawings. 🥰 Check …

Feb 2, 2023: AI is increasingly used to generate spam content. Spambots explores what would happen if, instead, machine learning was used to empower a group of …

Jan 31, 2023: End-of-day update! The famous last 20 % still remains, but the room is definitely closer to being finished now than 8 hours ago. I love how cozy it …

Jan 31, 2023: The study is coming along nicely! 💚 We’re getting help from a pro, and I appreciate the fact that I’m not drilling holes in the wall …

Jan 27, 2023: Wine (The Heinrich Maneuver), pizza, and newslettering with this awesome human. That’s a recipe for a great Friday night.

Jan 27, 2023: This #FeedReaderFriday, you might be wondering why dial-up modems sound the way they do, or if you can transform human speech into blackbird song. If …

Jan 26, 2023: The next Murderbot book arrives on November 14th, and I can’t wait to read it! 📚

Jan 22, 2023: On this misty winter morning, I stumbled upon a lonely buoy on the frozen lake Viken. I think it’s longing for spring, yearning to be free once …

Jan 17, 2023: metalcore × yurufuwa = soft and fluffy hell. If you like Children of Bodom and/or Foo Fighters, this all-female Japanese heavy metal band might be …

Jan 16, 2023: We are changing up the study/home office. Hello, green walls! 💚

Dec 18, 2022: A week or so before Christmas, we traditionally go to the square to pick out a julgran (Christmas tree). This year, Sanna found the perfect one in …

Dec 17, 2022: The teaser for Greta Gerwig’s Barbie is 👌.

Dec 13, 2022: If you like to share your Micro.blog bookmarks with the world, check out my latest plug-in: 🔖 Bookmarks Shortcode (BETA).

Dec 11, 2022: Simone Giertz on comfort building: So I woke up this morning feeling really overwhelmed and sad for no good reason, so I’m treating myself to a …

Dec 11, 2022: So Lex just disputed a parking fine with ChatGPT, and it was successfully withdrawn. How cool is that?

Dec 9, 2022: Today we made caramel candy. 🤤 Wrapping them all kept me busy for a while.

Dec 9, 2022: Happy #FeedReaderFriday! Today I’ll share with you 3 cartoonists to follow. I absolutely adore Sarah Andersen’s semi-autobiographical …

Dec 9, 2022: This excellent guide to writing image descriptions (alt texts) led me to Access Guide, which looks like a helpful (and friendly) introduction to …

Dec 8, 2022: Glad to see Molly White on Forbes’ 30 Under 30.

Dec 7, 2022: I love how Ana’s now page features her current nail polish. 💅 Such a fabulous idea!

Dec 7, 2022: Better late than never: Apple introduces end-to-encryption for “iCloud Backup, Photos, Notes, and more.” 🥳 Available to me and others …

Dec 7, 2022: Apple’s Self Service Repair program is now available in Sweden. I’ve performed repairs and battery replacements on Apple devices: …

Dec 4, 2022: mindmelt.party is definitely… something? 🫠

Dec 3, 2022: Want to print a zine, laser cut a Christmas ornament, or 3D-print a toothbrush holder? Buildlist.org (by NODE) is a superb directory for finding …

Dec 2, 2022: For today’s #FeedReaderFriday, I made my RSS feed prettier. Before, the browser served a bunch of messy XML, but now you’re greeted by a …

Dec 2, 2022: This year I made an advent calendar for Sanna. Presents are “hidden” around the flat, and she gets to choose one to open every morning. …

Nov 30, 2022: If you’re the family tech support, hooking up loved ones with password managers is the best Christmas gift you can give. Online safety is …

Nov 29, 2022: I love the opening credits for The White Lotus. Music and visuals! 🥰 Also, does this guy catch any fish? Is he even fishing? Who knows? 🤷

Nov 28, 2022: Tom shares positive trends in Web technology optimism hour.

Nov 27, 2022: With a breakfast like this, it’s easy to muster the motivation to get out of bed. 😊

Nov 26, 2022: Many years ago, I made a commitment to find the Secret of Monkey Island. First, as a sidekick to my sister, who played the game. Then, on my own, once …

Nov 25, 2022: It’s #FeedReaderFriday, everyone! 🍾 If you’re not already, you should go subscribe to Aegir’s blog. Why? Just visit the blog, see a …

Nov 25, 2022: Our morning coffee ritual begins 6–8 hours before the first sip. Before bed, I fill the coffeemaker with water and ground beans. Then, two freshly …

Nov 24, 2022: Sipping my morning coffee and reading Why writing by hand is still the best way to retain information.

Nov 23, 2022: Yay! @haydon is back with a webbed brief update, asking the very relevant question What Happened To Text Inputs?{:class=“u-in-reply-to”}

Nov 22, 2022: Goats graze. Sanna smiles.

Nov 21, 2022: Searching for ice returns a category named Ice Skating in Photos.app, with relevant photographs of my nieces on skates. Also, this: I wouldn’t …

Nov 21, 2022: Just got an email with the subject line: “Great simplification of our price plans!”. What it should have said: “We’re …

Nov 20, 2022: Partial repeat from yesterday: same wreath, different setting.

Nov 19, 2022: Sanna, taking a break from writing her novel to tie a wreath. We are ready for December!

Nov 18, 2022: Three things to note with my search plug-in for Micro.blog: A search for tire will also match tires and tirelessly. Searching for emojis like 😍 and 🎉 …

Nov 17, 2022: I love how the Caproni Stipa – aka the flying barrel – looked like an airplane from a comic book or cartoon but, you know, actually could take off and …

Nov 16, 2022: If you ever get an email with the subject line re: fish can, you should know it’s an okay anagram for the word franchise but also a lousy excuse …

Nov 15, 2022: I miss you, my aluminum-bodied friend. When was the last time we had a project together? 🤔 We should team up again for this year’s Christmas …

Nov 15, 2022: 3 × Game Boy: Gekkio is doing God’s work, reverse engineering Game Boy’s SM83 CPU core. Allison added a hinge to a Game Boy that God never …

Nov 15, 2022: If you’re leaving Twitter and want to take your tweets with you, notice that the archive lacks alternative texts. Your image descriptions …

Nov 15, 2022: !!Con might be one of the coziest computer conferences there is. This year Marlene shared how to impress your crush, Anjana’s talk was a musical …

Nov 14, 2022: Everyone! Leave the Micro.blog timeline for a while and go experience @heyloura’s beautifully designed website.

Nov 14, 2022: Additionally, and specifically for prefers-color-scheme, sites by all means want to avoid a Flash of inAccurate coloR Theme (FART). Web developers! …

Nov 13, 2022: The earliest Micro.blog timeline entry (the identifier with the lowest number) I could find is https://micro.blog/riverfold/2. So what happened to the …

Nov 13, 2022: So I hung out with my nieces today and was handed a manuscript they’re working on; for a theater show. I get to play the role of… Yule ham. 🐷 In …

Nov 13, 2022: With the fall of the Twitter consensus I am energized. I remember what it was like in the 2000s; I remember the liveliness and sparkle of those days …

Nov 13, 2022: And then a few months later, the people actually running those instances are going to start flexing their muscle, and the users’ response will …

Nov 12, 2022: I have a slight suspicion that the bottle used for my gin and tonic might be possessed. 😈

Nov 11, 2022: I started counting devices with screens in my surroundings but stopped when reaching a dozen. Without competition, the electrophoretic displays …

Nov 10, 2022: For my part, when I reread the story, I’m delighted with it. I’d happily have published it on my website, or distributed it as a zine, with no mention …

Nov 10, 2022: I’m in luck! Apparently, Ulf’s dog Winston celebrated his 4th birthday yesterday, and I get to check off today’s Microblogvember …

Nov 10, 2022: Per’s recommendations for online resilience are great. 👌 You can have a place to call home on the internet – domain, and website – for around …

Nov 9, 2022: Now I know for certain that my next read will be Wanderers by Chuck Wendig. 📚

Nov 9, 2022: You’ve started a trend, @jean. There’s a microblogvember challenge going on over at cohost as well. 🥰 Different wordlist, though.

Nov 8, 2022: Struggling with today’s Microblogvember, I thought to myself, “hey, maybe I could find a cool anagram for the word consensus at …

Nov 8, 2022: Hi Greta! Welcome to Mastodon & Mastodon.nu. Thanks for helping us stress-test the servers (which blew up) [my translation] A Mastodon server …

Nov 7, 2022: Got some insight today as to what is going on with the lights in our kitchen. Long story short: the transformer is probably kaput. 😮‍💨

Nov 7, 2022: It’s Micro Monday! Thanks for reminding me, @jean. 😊 Anyone who wants to fill their timeline with cute drawings and thoughtful posts should …

Nov 6, 2022: We just released the latest episode of our podcast, where Sanna and I talk about why you should own your content and publish it on your domain. In …

Nov 5, 2022: Afternoon coffee and bookkeeping. Turns out I’m not exempt from paying corporate taxes and VAT. 😮‍💨

Nov 4, 2022: I admire my bed, welcoming me every night, tirelessly, without complaint, year after year… okay, yes, it’s bedtime for me! 🥱

Nov 3, 2022: Back in 2001, there was this software I installed (and re-installed) so often that I learned the license key by heart. It started with FCKGW… 😊

Nov 2, 2022: What a feast! I challenge you to watch Food in Studio Ghibli’s Films without getting hungry. 😋

Nov 1, 2022: Let’s figure out how to join Microblogvember 2022… Did it work?

Nov 1, 2022: Private likes. Private responses. Private subscriber counts. No status games. No trolls. No pressure. Nicheless is a microblogging platform similar to …

Oct 27, 2022: Any app with access to Bluetooth could record your conversations with Siri and audio from the iOS keyboard dictation feature … without the app …

Oct 25, 2022: Wow, how cute is this computer from Clockwork?! 😍

Oct 24, 2022: I’m reading Snow Crash for the first time, and now I look forward to the upcoming extra material. 📚 This is part of the new bonus material in …

Oct 21, 2022: We’re having friends over tomorrow and baked two apple pies for the occasion. “Someone” might have cut out a tiny slice for a taste, …

Oct 21, 2022: Everything I have ever learned about Web3 has been against my will. – Morgan Sung

Oct 16, 2022: Have fond memories of the time when games came with a manual? Grow up playing games you didn’t quite grasp, relying on exploring, and just …

Oct 14, 2022: We’re going all-in autumn. Lit candles for the atmosphere, mini pumpkins for decoration, and dal as comfort food for our stomachs. 😋 A day in …

Oct 12, 2022: but when I looked in the opposite direction, into space, there was no mystery, no majestic awe to behold . . . all I saw was death. … My trip to space …

Oct 9, 2022: Had a great day in the forest with friends. Grilling sausages, roasting marshmallows, and taking a short hike. Hair smells like a campfire now. 🥰 …

Oct 4, 2022: Is Kilogram the new Instagram? 📷

Oct 3, 2022: Tremors in the Static by Vega Trails reminds me a lot of Jan Johansson’s Jazz på svenska. Both are great albums! Thanks to Tom for the tip. 🎵

Oct 2, 2022: We had multiple visits from Bambi this weekend. 🥺 I hope she won’t cross paths with the wolf pack in the area.

Oct 1, 2022: Homemade apple pie and gelato from Wetternglass accompanied this afternoon’s Return to Monkey Island play session. Thanks to @tracydurnell, who …

Sep 30, 2022: I just released the second beta of Search Space (0.4.0). 🚀 Mostly performance tweaks and behind the scene changes. Bloggers with lots of posts and …

Sep 29, 2022: Make-A-Video is Meta’s text-to-video experiment.

Sep 27, 2022: Jag är med podcast igen! 🥳 Häng med Sanna och mig så (åter-) upptäcker vi allt det härliga med internet tillsammans. 🧑‍🚀 Hej (resten av) internet! …

Sep 27, 2022: I’ve reached the bottom of my morning cup of coffee and feed reader. Got exposed to a mild Return to Monkey Island spoiler. (We are four hours …

Sep 25, 2022: Morning coffee and a cute, truly naked, brutalist html quine.

Sep 22, 2022: The Search Space BETA is out and ready to be installed! 🥳 My latest plug-in will help you in your quest to find long-lost posts and replies on your …

Sep 21, 2022: The beta arrives tomorrow, but you can play with Search Space right now (on my blog). Here are some ideas to get you started… Find replies mentioning …

Sep 20, 2022: My upcoming plug-in will suggest search terms based on the content of your blog posts and replies. Pretty neat!

Sep 19, 2022: Ever wanted to search through all your replies? Well, soon you can! A new plug-in is brewing, with support for searching your posts and replies. …

Sep 17, 2022: Last weekend, Sanna and I constantly gravitated towards the neighbor’s garden because… puppies! 🐶 🥺

Sep 17, 2022: Saturday is market day. Today’s haul. 😋

Sep 16, 2022: It’s Friday, close to tapas, and I just emptied my feed reader. I’m so glad Jason is doing okay. Webamp is whipping that llama’s …

Sep 7, 2022: I just packed this cutie and will soon mail it to the next owner. That marks 20 packages sent in the last month. And there’s still stuff left! 😅 …

Sep 5, 2022: Monday morning tidbits. Monica is hallucinating with art models. I’m thinking about running one of them, Stable Diffusion, on my M1 Mac. Jason …

Aug 29, 2022: I just emptied my RSS reader and learned three things. China censors The Big Bang Theory pretty hard. Linus made a theremin for the Commodore 64. …

Aug 28, 2022: Last week we trekked up the hill Stenshuvud (Sten’s head). According to local folklore, the hill got its name from a giant living in a cave …

Aug 24, 2022: A huge green beast roams the land not too far from my place. 🦖

Aug 24, 2022: I moved my desk to face the window instead of a white wall. And… it’s nice! I can get used to this. And yes, a plant in this photo needs …

Aug 17, 2022: What a day! After 20 years as girlfriend and boyfriend, Sanna and I got hitched. 🥰

Aug 11, 2022: I’ve really mastered the art of setting timers. 😅 Pretty much forced to, when electricity prices vary like this during the day: Should I start …

Aug 10, 2022: To answer my own question, having a yard sale on a blog is totally doable. Yesterday I made my first sale! A pair of Bang & Olufsen headphones …

Aug 9, 2022: The Hackers on Planet Earth conference was held again back in July. Unfortunately, I missed it, but videos are up on YouTube now. 🙌

Aug 8, 2022: Is an online yard sale on a blog doable? Let’s find out! I have 26 things for sale: MacBook Air, Commodore 64, AirPods, e-readers (Kindle, …

Aug 8, 2022: Online Yard Sale Please, buy my stuff. 😅 Currently, I have 12 things to be listed on eBay (or Tradera). But if you’re quick, you can grab them before they are …

Aug 6, 2022: Today we took a short stroll to Västra torget – Jönköping’s market square. Every Saturday, it’s crammed with stalls, goods, and people. …

Aug 5, 2022: Turns out our neighbors enjoy reading. A lot! Especially romance and nordic noir. What have you read this summer? In case you missed it, here’s …

Jul 4, 2022: Congratulations, @manton, I saw your book made it to the front page of the orange website today.

Jun 28, 2022: I just had a fascinating conversation with Stan S. Stanman over at returntomonkeyisland.com. 🥰

Jun 25, 2022: We did it! Sanna and I built our own little library. Okay, we hacked a toolshed into a library. 😅 But anyway, now it stands there in all its glory. …

Jun 23, 2022: I’ve had a lot of fun the last week exploring Robin Sloan’s cozy new (proposed) internet protocol, Spring ‘83. So many cool things …

Jun 20, 2022: It’s lunchtime, and I just emptied my feed reader. Derek Sivers thinks we should write one sentence per line. Weezer wants us all to start …

Jun 17, 2022: Just emptied my feed reader, and now I know three things: Suitcase clones are a thing. Robin Sloan’s next novella is coming in August. Last Call …

Jun 12, 2022: Andy is on a five-month journey, hiking along the Appalachian Trail. And blogging about it on his glorious pixel art website. A Trail Tale is a …

May 31, 2022: Endurance is most essential when hanging out with my nieces. Here’s three of them and yours truly during a theatre rehearsal. When they write …

May 30, 2022: Robin’s tap essay from 2012 is about a dead fish. But also about the difference between liking and loving something on the internet. Day 30.

May 29, 2022: If you haven’t checked out Sarah Andersen’s webcomic, you should! Stripes for day 29.

May 28, 2022: September last year: working, fueled by wine and fair weather. Day 28.

May 27, 2022: Luckily, we stumbled upon this written communication during our stroll today. Day 27.

May 26, 2022: When this post goes live, overdue will change from 3 to 2. Day 26, schedule.

May 25, 2022: Hiaklitten is probably more of a hill than a mountain. But, for day 25, it will have to do.

May 24, 2022: I love when intricate patterns emerge from simple rules and mathematical formulas, like this bit field. It appears so complex, but the math is …

May 23, 2022: On the twenty-third day, we had sweet potatoes and salmon for dinner. Accompanied by this avocado dip. The recipe? Mix green peas, avocado, and plain …

May 22, 2022: Six years ago, Sanna and I visited the Textile Museum in Borås for the exhibition Game Over by Per Fhager. Seeing the games we played as kids – and to …

May 21, 2022: With just about an hour left of the day, Music’s Autoplay serves this one up on a silver platter. Symmetry for day 21. Phew. 😮‍💨

May 20, 2022: Today’s smoothie: frozen raspberries, banana, and vanilla oatgurt. My typical afternoon beverage. 😋 Day 20.

May 19, 2022: Weirdly, I’ve never stumbled upon http.cat and http.dog before. Joy! 🥹

May 19, 2022: Day 19 – comics indulgence.

May 18, 2022: Day 18. There are 875 entries by 116 photographers in the May photoblogging challenge. You will be taken to another random photo by tapping my entry …

May 17, 2022: Oh, man, we had friends over, and I almost missed today’s photoblogging challenge. 😅 Hold – day 17.

May 16, 2022: Let’s go back in time for day 16. If you open the pendulum door and peek inside, you will find a piece of paper with typewritten words. Signed …

May 15, 2022: Clouds – day 15 of the photoblogging challenge.

May 14, 2022: Carrot cake and fences on a fika last year. I think Sanna borrowed my phone to snap this shot while I was away fetching napkins for the spilled …

May 13, 2022: One of the great things about the internet is that you will always find your community, no matter how niche your interests are. I’m into …

May 12, 2022: Tranquillity for day 12.

May 11, 2022: This one has to pass as maroon for day 11 of the photoblogging challenge.

May 10, 2022: During one of my adventures in Death’s Door, I stumbled upon this fella named Pothead. He is cursed by a witch, so his head is nowadays a pot …

May 9, 2022: Yes, yes, I’ll admit. Unfortunately, today’s challenge ended up being a rush job. ☺️ Day 9: bloom.

May 8, 2022: On the eighth day, I present the union of egg, cream, spinach, psyllium husk powder, and a pinch of salt. If everything goes according to plan, this …

May 7, 2022: Located on the eastern shore of Lake Vättern, you’ll find Omberg Eco Park with fascinating nature and half a dozen trails to be explored. We …

May 6, 2022: Matchbox silhouette on the sixth day of the photoblogging challenge.

May 5, 2022: Day five. Should I be forced to write down my top three places on Earth, the forest of Tiveden would easily make the shortlist.

May 4, 2022: Day four of the photoblogging challenge: thorny. This one is still on my to-read pile, so I can’t tell you much about it other than that it …

May 3, 2022: A couple of years ago, I teamed up with a robot for experimental doodling. The paper lantern was drawn by me in Sketch, inspired by a 1912 …

May 2, 2022: A photo of me, taking a photo of Sanna taking a photo of both of us. Did I get that right on day two of the photoblogging challenge? 😅

May 1, 2022: I’ve put a sticker picturing myself on the back of my Joy-Con set. You know, so that I can bring the right pair back home after a night of …

Apr 22, 2022: The musings in Increasing the surface area of blogging by @tomcritchlow are 👌.

Apr 20, 2022: Spring is here for real! I just had coffee on a sun-drenched balcony while reading the first few chapters of Indie Microblogging by @manton. 📚

Apr 14, 2022: Today I have to watch where I type to avoid squashing my new ladybug friend. 🐞 My grandma insisted ladybugs have magical power, like the ability to …

Apr 13, 2022: My copy of Fungirl by Elizabeth Pich arrived the other day. It looks gorgeous and just moved up to the top of my reading pile. 📚

Apr 9, 2022: In a pinch for a birthday present? Desperate for a going away gift? Buy a pot, a cucumber, toothpicks, chocolate, and candy to make a… candy cactus?! …

Apr 7, 2022: If you grew up on the internet making websites, reading this lovely webcomic by Amy Wibowo will make you smile. Go read Home Sweet Homepage.

Apr 4, 2022: A new Monkey Island from Ron Gilbert! Whipped up over a weekend, apparently. Woohoo! 🏴‍☠️ grumpygamer.com

Mar 24, 2022: I just learned Dagny passed away; 109 years old. She was such an inspiration and always spreading joy. In her last blog post back in January, she …

Mar 11, 2022: Micro Camp 2022 is just eight hours away! 🥳 On day two, I will share a short story from my life and this one weird old trick that will make your …

Mar 11, 2022: Micro Camp 2022 I’m stoked to be presenting at Micro Camp tomorrow, March 12. On a topic near and dear to my heart: web accessibility. This space will be …

Feb 19, 2022: The snow made a comeback.

Jan 28, 2022: My list of books-I-want-to-read-before-I-die is lengthy. And that can make me feel… intimidated? Overwhelmed? So I decided to stop looking at it for a …

Jan 23, 2022: One more from our ice escapade yesterday. And a unique behind-the-scenes look of yours truly, snapping photos in the most dignified and graceful way …

Jan 22, 2022: We went out for a photo session on the ice today. 🧊

Jan 21, 2022: World Wide Web Directory A humanly curated list of websites. Often homemade, quirky, and personal. Always made with 100 % love towards the free and open web. 🚧 Under …

Jan 9, 2022: Wouldn’t it be cool with a shortcut from your blog post directly to its entry on the Micro.blog timeline? Like a “Reply on Micro.blog” link. You can …

Jan 5, 2022: 🎲 Surprise me! has graduated from beta to the official directory. It’s a “take me to a random post” plug-in for your blog. Pretty …

Jan 4, 2022: See that 🎲 Surprise me! link in the screenshot above? Every time it’s clicked, the visitor is taken to a random post in the archive. You can …

Jan 3, 2022: Computed tomography scans of old Game Boys made me smile today. 🕹

Dec 31, 2021: Sanna made this delicious celeriac soup for us today. Mmm! Topped with browned butter, dill, and hazelnuts. So tasty. 😋

Dec 30, 2021: A beta version of my new plug-in, Conversation on Micro.blog, is now available. If you want a “Reply on Micro.blog” link on your blog …

Dec 30, 2021: Want “reply on Micro.blog” links on your blog? I have a working prototype running on my blog. Should I pack this up as a plug-in? Let me …

Dec 29, 2021: Humans, exploiting the fact that Lake Viken is currently frozen. 🧊

Dec 28, 2021: My Reply by email plug-in is now available in the official directory. 🎉 Check it out if you want an easy way for your readers to comment on your blog …

Dec 13, 2021: It’s book launch day! My favorite author (and soulmate) just released her first short story collection. Does cozy Swedish horror pique your …

Nov 26, 2021: Hate typing on keyboards? Miss fiddling with pens and pencils? Wish you could publish a handwritten note to Micro.Blog? Thanks to Shortcuts and Live …

Nov 25, 2021: Bent over backward to get this view of Saint Katarina’s church ruin in Visby. No matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t get this shot …

Nov 11, 2021: Not for me, but maybe something for the 🖋️ community to checkout? 😊 A new way to build websites with pen & paper. Start a tiny website from your …

Nov 5, 2021: Are you yearning for a feel-good quick read about a bunch of quirky people repairing printers and other Apple hardware? Of course, you are! It would …

Oct 18, 2021: A couple of weeks ago, I finished Bubble. A nicely illustrated, action-packed, sci-fi adventure; seasoned with a pinch of social satire. The elevator …

Oct 11, 2021: Here in Sweden, the word hygge is a clear-cut area in a forest. So that can cause confusion in conversations with our neighbors in Denmark and Norway. …

Oct 10, 2021:

Sep 21, 2021: I love discovering the less talked about features in new iOS releases, like that you can get cozy rain and dark noise playing in your ears. 🤩 Set it …

Sep 15, 2021: Week 1,851 Thursday, we packed our bags and hit the road down south. We steered towards Brösarp and Talldungen. When summer comes to an end, we go there for a …

Sep 13, 2021: Our favorite late-afternoon-wine spot on the in-laws’ porch. The weather was exceptional this weekend. The garden view was… interesting. 😅

Sep 9, 2021: Just before sundown yesterday, we packed the camera and gear in a knapsack and biked to the edge of the forest. Then, by foot, we followed a trail to …

Sep 5, 2021: Today I read Everything’s Fine by Matthew Pridham. 📚 You know that meme of a dog getting engulfed in flames while proclaiming that everything is …

Sep 5, 2021: Another one from our trip to Haväng; a mini-wave coming for iPhone 12 mini. 😅 No smartphones were harmed in the making of this video. 🌊

Sep 4, 2021: This sticker was waiting for me in the postbox. Look at that beauty! 🤩 Thanks, @jean.

Sep 4, 2021: Close to where I tried photographing waves the other day lies this shed called Vedalaboden. It’s an old ålabod; a place to take shelter and …

Sep 3, 2021: Yesterday. A trip to Haväng for a swim in the Baltic Sea. 🗺 We also caught waves on our image sensors. As one can imagine, Sanna had no troubles. Me, …

Sep 1, 2021: Today, our MINI Cooper SE passed a funny milestone: 23,456 kilometers on the road. 🎉 Powered by wind, water, and solar. 🔋 Tomorrow, it will take us to …

Sep 1, 2021: Week 1,850 I’ve gravitated towards the Micro.blog community for years now. A welcoming bunch of people, just blogging away and having a good time. Somewhat …

Aug 31, 2021: Four months ago, we visited Åkulla beech forests and stumbled upon this spectacular view during our walk. The hiker in the photo is Sanna, and the …

Aug 30, 2021: The other day, @zorn mentioned ROM hacking which threw me back to the summer of 2018. One hot evening, I asked myself: what if Tetris only had the …

Aug 30, 2021: Feel these words: bulletin board systems, dial-up noises, Commodore, and Nintendo. Now, this sentence: “a comic about ’90s kids making bad …

Aug 29, 2021: Let’s see if we can transform these ingredients into a tasty lunch. The frozen chunks may look like sorbet, but it’s not. Homemade chicken …

Aug 28, 2021: This grandfather clock means the world to me. If you open the pendulum door and peek inside, you will find a piece of paper with typewritten words. …

Aug 28, 2021: Kantarellpizza: chanterelle, gruyère, and truffle mayo pizza. Mmm. 😋 What kind of pizza are you eating tonight? 🍕

Aug 27, 2021: Would you like links to the previous and next posts on your Micro.blog? I put up a short tutorial on the Help center yesterday. Check it out!

Aug 26, 2021: My view outside our kitchen window right before bedtime yesterday. Installing pipes for district heating looks like hard work! The folks down there …

Aug 26, 2021: Sanna read a couple of pages from The Labyrinth to me during breakfast this morning. Is it possible to start the day off in a cozier way? I …

Aug 24, 2021: Week 1,849 Let’s see if I can get back into writing by posting on a regular schedule. Once a week. Cherry-picked tidbits from my life the last seven days. …

Aug 20, 2016: A different kind of software Last winter my mom taught me the art of crocheting. Since then I’ve started to develop a different kind of “software.” Pokey My …

Aug 20, 2016: En annan sorts mjukvara I vintras gick jag virkkurs hos min mamma och sen dess har jag börjat utveckla en annan sorts “mjukvara”. Pokey Det här var mitt allra …

Jan 24, 2016: Petmoj

Sep 7, 2015: Pussel Pussel is my electronic game with the goal of lighting up sixteen buttons. It’s easier said than done. My creation is an homage to Lights Out by …

Aug 27, 2015: Tandborstställ Foto: Sanna Lund

Aug 15, 2015: Triforcebling Foto: Sanna Lund

May 6, 2015: Kontorspanel

Jun 30, 2014: Svenska månadsnamn på GitHub Pages Jag gillar datum med månadsnamnet utskrivet: 30 juni 2014. Men jag har fått brottas med Liquid-mallar för att få dem att lira med Jekyll och GitHub …

May 9, 2013: Nej tack till reklam, en gång för alla Är du trött på att brevlådan är proppfull med oönskad reklam? Att telefonförsäljare ringer och stör i tid och otid eller att du har svårt att se …

Feb 24, 2013: A car-free life Sometimes it’s troublesome not to own a car. Like when we buy something enormous and heavy and need to bring it home. Or when Sanna and I want …

Feb 24, 2013: Ett bilfritt liv Vissa dagar är det besvärligt att inte ha en bil. Till exempel när vi köpt något stort och tungt som ska fraktas hem eller när jag och Sanna vill ta …

Feb 7, 2013: Kasta om din dag Känner du att tiden inte riktigt räcker till, att du aldrig hinner med det du vill? Testa att kasta om din dag! På veckorna kan mina dagar bli ganska …

Jan 7, 2013: Hoisting och funktioner i JavaScript Här kommer en några kluriga rader JavaScript, kan du tala om vad som skrivs ut i konsollen när de körs? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 helloDeclaration(); …

Jan 1, 2013: 30-dagarsregeln För mig är en del av en enklare tillvaro att äga mindre prylar och spendera mindre pengar. Det går tvärt emot min natur. När Tim Cooks står och …

Aug 13, 2012: Lars and the inbox Illustration by: Sanna Lund This is Lars. He loves letters. He likes to open them, read them and send them. Lars has an inbox where all the letters …

Aug 13, 2012: Lars och inkorgen Illustration: Sanna Lund Det här är Lars. Lars älskar brev. Han tycker om att öppna brev, läsa brev och skicka brev. Lars har en inkorg där alla brev …

Jul 22, 2012: Koppla ner och av Jag stänger av min mobiltelefon ibland. Det kanske låter konstigt men jag behöver göra det för att kunna koppla av fullständigt. När telefonen är på …

Jul 14, 2012: Tidstjuvar och nyttoappar Foto: Sanna Lund De smarta telefonerna gör att vi ständigt är uppkopplade och alltid har något att pilla med. Vad gjorde vi egentligen för tio år …

Jul 4, 2012: Våga strypa informationsflödet En inte så liten ström med information pockar på min uppmärksamhet varje dag. Jag har flera nyhetskanaler som jag ser som inkorgar som måste tömmas. …

May 30, 2012: Mindre prylar Jag är prylgalen! Det kan vara mobiltelefoner, radiostyrda bollar eller en våg som twittrar min vikt. Är det en pryl är chansen stor att jag vill ha …

May 10, 2012: Enklare på jobbet - tre boktips Har du någon gång kännt att det är mycket att göra på jobbet? Det känner jag ibland. För många bollar i luften, möte efter möte och en aldrig sinande …

Apr 30, 2012: Dagens viktigaste uppgift Jag har märkt att mina dagar blir bättre om det första jag gör är något som är viktigt för mig. Jag väljer ut en eller ett par saker på min att …

Dec 8, 2011: Sex iPadappar för webbnördar iPaden är inte bara en grym webbsurf-sociala-medier-spel-maskin. Det går faktiskt att få en del arbete gjort också! Här är ett urval av de appar jag …

Dec 7, 2011: Förkovra dig i responsiv design Det snackas mycket om responsiv design nu för tiden. I stället för att leverera flera olika versioner av en webbplats, beroende på om besökaren surfar …

Dec 6, 2011: Webbramverk på micronivå Om du bygger mindre webbappar eller prototyper ska du helt klart kika på de microramverk som finns. Ett microwebbramverk ger dig precis det du behöver …

Dec 5, 2011: Inspiration Jag är utvecklare först och främst men likt förbannat behöver jag värka fram designelement då och då. Ibland står huvudet still och jag har ingen …

Dec 4, 2011: Snabbare webbsidor ger gladare besökare I och med att bredband blivit allt vanligare har vi webbutvecklare och webbdesigners slappnat av lite när det gäller att tänka på optimering av …

Dec 3, 2011: Utveckla iPhone- och Android-appar med de kunskaper du redan har PhoneGap låter dig utveckla plattformsoberoende mobilappar, redo att lanseras i App Store eller på Android market, med webbtekniker som du redan kan. …

Dec 2, 2011: Fem tips som underlättar livet med Internet Explorer Du som producerar HTML och CSS till vardags har med största sannolikhet öppnat en webbplats i både en, två eller fyra versioner av Internet Explorer - …

Dec 1, 2011: LiveReload – aldrig mer F5 Som webbutvecklare har du säkert suttit och tryck på F5 eller cmd + R i webbläsaren för att se resultatet av en CSS-justering. Förmodligen har du …

Jan 23, 2011: Karusell med bildtext i SiteVision En fortsättning på föregående avsnitt. Här bygger jag ut funktionaliteten så att en redaktör lätt kan lägga till en bildtext för bilderna i …

Jan 16, 2011: Karusell med intelligenta mallar i SiteVision Gör dina redaktörer glada med intelligenta mallar. Lär dig hur du gör grymma karuseller (bildspel) med hjälp av fria JavaScript-bibliotek och metadata …

Jan 9, 2011: Slumpa fram artiklar i SiteVision Lär dig hur du med hjälp av Skriptmodulen i SiteVision slumpar fram artiklar ur ett arkiv. Länkar Reservoir Sampling - Taming Uncertainty - Site Home …

Feb 23, 2010: ||=-operatorn i Ruby I Ruby, liksom de flesta andra programmeringsspråk, finns det något som kallas abbreviated assignment (förkortad tilldelning). Det är operatorer som …

Feb 16, 2010: Tillbaka till skrivbordsapplikationer Idag använder jag webben på ett helt annat sätt än för 10 år sedan. De flesta av de applikationer jag använder har flyttat ut på Internet. E-post, …

Feb 9, 2010: Hur du blir snabbare i Terminal.app (Bash) Jag spenderar mycket tid i Bash som råkar vara den kommandotolk som är förvald i Mac OS X:s Terminal.app. Det blir många kommandon på en dag och …

Feb 7, 2010: Sidecar Sidecar hör till den skara klassiska cocktails som inte föddes i Amerika. Den ska enligt David A. Embury ha skapats, av en vän till honom, under andra …

Feb 4, 2010: Homebrew - En pakethanterare för OS X Som webbutvecklare drar jag nytta av mycket fri mjukvara som till exempel git, imagemagick och wine. De flesta *nix-smaker har pakethanterare som …

Feb 1, 2010: Tvinga Safari att öppna alla länkar i en ny flik Jag väljer ofta Safari när jag surfar, bland annat för att den känns lite kvickare än Firefox. Det finns dock några grejer som irriterar mig och allra …

Jan 31, 2010: Caipirissima Jag älskar rom och drinkar som är baserade på detta sockerrörsdestillat. Jag tycker så mycket om det att jag ibland byter ut basspriten i andra …