Scott Watermasysk Husband, Father, Bootstrapper, Developer, Keyboarder, Pained Sixers Fan.

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Tot πŸ‘ŒπŸ”₯

This app is superb. Seven color-coordinated notes at your disposal. Hat tip to @gruber.

I have used Tyke for years, but syncing across devices and a little extra space are game-changers.

Via Configurator

I previously mentioned my best experience with QMK was via ErgoDox EZ's online tool, Oryx. Oryx may be the best online tool, but it is no longer my favorite.

Taking Control of Twitter

For better or worse, Twitter has become the de facto information exchange hub for some of my favorite communities (developers and bootstrappers). While I long for the day when blogs and personal sites make their triumphant return, I am taking a more pragmatic approach to how I interact with Twitter.

Turbolinks and Eleventy (and Static Sites)

With Gatsby, I like the idea of using a React router to make transitioning from page to page as seamless (fast) as possible. However, I could not convince myself overhead, and the complexity of Gatsby was not worth the effort. In the end, I decided to use Eleventy.

Ruby Literals

There are quite a few I was completely unaware of. Ruby still surprises me every day.

πŸ’ Cherry Mx > Gateron

I have tested and compared Gateron Red & Brown vs Cherry Mx Red & Brown on multiple boards and my switch tester. In every case, the Cherry's were far superior in feel.

πŸ”₯QMK ⌨️

I have no clue what it takes to implement QMK on a keyboard. However, after using it on two different keyboards, I find it hard to fathom buying a keyboard that does not have any support for it.


Heard about this on today: Fish shell-like syntax highlighting for Zsh. It is a great way to see errors before you hit enter.

iOS 13 πŸ‘Œ

For all the early rumblings and concerns, I have found this update to be quite nice.

Wins & Losses

β€œDon't let a win get to your head or a loss to your heart”

Select Multiple Fields With Fauna

I am thinking of using Fauna for my next small side project and began experimenting with it last night. I wanted to return two fields from a document, but I could not get the syntax correct. to Blog

Big hat tip to @subdigital for pointing out the iOS Shortcuts app will let you make an HTTP Post. More simple blogging to follow.