Sometimes I want to have a just a little bit of CSS that’s unique, just for one particular page or post.
I don’t want a whole stylesheet, or add this to my site-wide theme, just for one post - I wanted a way to add it in the post itself.
I had an issue where the AWS CLI wasn't guessing the content-type of SVG files correctly on sync and was setting them to `application/octet-stream` - the default "I don't know" mimetype. This is a quick fix for that.
I’ve been fermenting vegetables of various kinds (and occasionally other things) at home for a little over two years. It’s a fun, interesting & nutritious hobby. On the whole it’s pretty easy and low stakes – the worst thing that happens is a few cucumbers go mouldy.
Because it doesn’t involve any heat – but does include pouring, measuring, stirring, spiralizing, grating (and some chopping) – it’s ideal to do with little kids.
According to my notes (which I didn’t start initially), I’ve made ~56 batches of ferments, ranging in size from a single 1l mason jar, to three 2l ones.
These are my lessons so far:
The difference between science & screwing around, is writing it down
Sometimes I want to resolve several promises at once, then do something when they're all done. For example, make several API calls, then do something with all the results. Promise.allSettled is a better way to do this.