Late last year my wife started a new podcast called Shelf Love.
I built her a website. It was not good. It worked, but brought us both great shame.
To be fair, at the time there wasn’t a lot of content, and most of what she needed/wanted from it was theoretical. But, time has passed, and now there’s 38 episodes with many more to come, a blog, and a newsletter.
Beyond a visual refresh, the back-end of the site was changed from pulling episode content from Storyblok to pulling it directly from Simplecast which means content isn’t living in two places. Storyblok is still in play for page content and blog posts. It’s also still a GatsbyJS site distributed through Netlify.
Anywho, go check it out.
Some site updates:
I probably broke some stuff too, so if you see something, say something.Permalink
There’s a bookmark folder in Safari across all of my devices titled “HTML/CSS”. I don’t use bookmarks that much, but I did when I was first getting interested in web development. I’ve gone back to Safari on all of my devices lately, mostly to use handoff and have consistent sharing options, and I thought it was time to take a look at those bookmarks and see what was worth keeping.
Grid is a great learning tool but no longer supported.
Oct 19, 2019 Pencil 3.1.0 is released
alt: don't worry, bee happy.
I'm super jealous of that scooter. Best thing I had at that age was a tricycle that weighed 80 pounds with pedals that would crack your shins in half if you went downhill.Permalink