"...how do cars turn? They're like, straight."

  • —ENM(4)
09/09/13; 10:53:29 AM

Q: What's wrong with IPA?

07/25/13; 02:32:38 PM

good pointers to some teas to try

More tea notes

07/24/13; 03:24:06 PM

to "make every effort" to remember the Sabbath.

07/23/13; 03:08:39 PM

Mmm, look at that!

Baked Avocado Egg

Baked avocado egg recipe

07/23/13; 12:36:14 PM

I've got to point out this post from Don Hodges, someone I just started following from the Fargo community.

  • # The content of the post. Wow, what a perspective.
  • # The format of the post. This is because something is not set right in Fargo (the tool the post is written in; his home page looks fine), but in some ways, it's great. A blank page and text. The content is what matters.
  • # This is a guy that seems to really get Twitter. It's inspiring.
  • # Check out the subtitle of his blog. Not the past, the future. Inspiring.
07/22/13; 01:28:43 PM

“There are no two finer words in the English language than ‘encased meats’, my friend”

07/12/13; 03:22:46 PM

Is there any traditional dish that uses both?

  • I can't think of one.
07/12/13; 12:40:41 PM

Link: "Deciding not to click on that link"

Note: looks like if it's not the headline node, the redirect attribute doesn't work. Not sure what I expected it to do. At first it looked like it just worked like a 'link' type but then it didn't.

07/12/13; 08:26:39 AM

I've been waiting for the right time to encourage people to try out Fargo. I think this is it.

In the last week the minimum set-up has become just about perfect. Here's all you need to do to set up a site like this:

  • How to set up a site like this in Fargo:

    • First, you have to have a Dropbox account before you even get started at Fargo.io.

    • It's easy to set up. Just click here and sign up for a free account.

    • If you use that link I get some free extra space and so do you!

    • When you first visit Fargo.io, you'll be asked to allow Fargo to access certain files from your Dropbox account. Just do it, it's easy!

    • Second, Fargo is an outliner. You can write lists or notes or paragraphs or stories and organize and rearrange and nest all you want all without publishing anything. If that's all you want to do, you're done!

    • But if you want create something like the page you're reading this on or, even more simply, something like this, the fun starts with "naming" your outline.

    • Then just start typing:

    • The first line will be the headline (more details at this link)

Here is a collection of links and posts about Fargo

07/09/13; 08:07:33 AM

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