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JSON Feed for the Podcast

tcr! · Dec 17, 2018 at 8:42 am

JSON Feed for the Podcast

And then I finally got around to adding a JSON Feed for the Podcast like I did for the Blog.

Because that will feed into my master plan. Mwahahaha.

#webdev #diariespodcast

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Mapped podcast listener locations

tcr! · Dec 3, 2018 at 2:12 pm

Mapped podcast listener locations

A few months back I started keeping track of where my podcast listeners are geographically located.

Hold up privacy nuts: this is only for my nefarious and amusement purposes. I’m not selling anybody’s locale data.

So anyways, doing what you do when you’re me, I mapped them out last night and am now sharing said map with you. I do enjoy seeing how wide spread my listeners are. I was also interested to learn that there are a few Facebook employees listening in various states across the U.S.

Now then… if this is the first you’ve heard of my podcast don’t worry, you’re not too late. Open up your nearest podcast app and plug “tcr diaries podcast” into the search bar. If your app doesn’t have a search bar then it sucks. Get a different one.

If you have Amazon’s Alexa at home it’s even easier! Say to her, “Alexa play the tcr diaries podcast” and boom, you’re done.

#diariespodcast #geekystuff #webdev

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tcr! tcr! · Dec 3, 2018 at 2:25 pm

Ok, fine. Since nobody asked you can learn more about the podcast here: https://tcrbang.com/?IFQ

sadiebug92 · Dec 3, 2018 at 2:38 pm

Thanks! 😊

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keamoose keamoose · Dec 3, 2018 at 2:45 pm

I feel personally identified by that northernmost marker. 🤣

tcr! tcr! · Dec 3, 2018 at 2:55 pm

Could be 😉

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Kelly K · Dec 3, 2018 at 3:49 pm

I was unaware of the podcast!

tcr! tcr! · Dec 3, 2018 at 5:57 pm

I knew there was a reason I was supposed to post this! 😊

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Momma J Momma J · Dec 3, 2018 at 3:54 pm

Very impressive and very interesting!

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elaineorr · Dec 4, 2018 at 1:36 am

Cool

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marney0160 marney0160 · Dec 4, 2018 at 6:19 am

Awesome!

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Mitchell · Dec 4, 2018 at 8:26 am

Just seen post gonna check it out now

tcr! tcr! · Dec 4, 2018 at 9:50 am

Awesome 😎

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JSON Feed for the Blog

tcr! · Nov 29, 2018 at 10:57 am

I finally got around to adding a JSON Feed for the Blog. Because that’s what all the cool kids are doing.

If there’s enough uptick I might add it for the Podcast, Products, and Galleries.

Learn more about the format: jsonfeed.org →

#webdev

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tcr! diaries podcast survey

tcr! · Aug 24, 2018 at 8:47 am

Audio (MP3): 20180824 - Podcast Survey

tcr diaries podcast survey

I’m interrupting the regularly scheduled episodes to announce a listener survey created by yours truly. It’s informal and there won’t be a test later. And I love your feedback!

It’s also quick and should take you less than 30 seconds.

Go now: tcrbang.com/form/podcast_survey/

On with the show.

#tcr #webdev #diariespodcast

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Optimized for Chrome

tcr! · Jan 5, 2018 at 12:19 pm

Chrome is turning into the new Internet Explorer 6

Chrome is turning into the new Internet Explorer 6

Chrome is now the most popular browser across all devices, thanks to Android’s popularity and the rise of Chrome on Windows PCs and Mac computers. As Google continues to dominate our access to the web, information through its search engine, and services like Gmail or YouTube, Chrome is a powerful entry point in the company’s vast toolbox. While Google championed web standards that worked across many different browsers back in the early days of Chrome, more recently its own services often ignore standards and force people to use Chrome.

Chrome, in other words, is being used in the same way that Internet Explorer 6 was back in the day — with web developers primarily optimizing for Chrome and tweaking for rivals later. To understand how we even got to this stage, here’s a little (a lot) of browser history. If you want to know why saying “Chrome is the new Internet Explorer 6” is so damning, you have to know why IE6 was a damnable problem in the early ‘00s.

It’s important to note that both Google and web developers are responsible for this…but Google shouldn’t only be building its sites for its browser. At all.

I’ve never used Chrome as my default browser on any device. Google’s background updates have always creeped me out.

#webdev #google #chrome

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“future-you will be proud of past-you”

tcr! · Oct 19, 2017 at 12:15 pm

inessential: Accessibility

You may not need it now, in other words, but you will, if you’re lucky. And future-you will be proud of past-you if you cared about it before it was personal.

While eating my workday lunch I was skimming this programming article on accessibility. And while I didn’t have any strong feelings about much of it, the line quoted above struck a chord. It can be taken as-is, without any context, and hold up in any spiritual court.

Not being an Xcode developer, I read inessential more for how I can include Brent’s personal wisdom in all matters. Like regardless of what I’m doing in the here and now, work or otherwise, I hope future-me will be proud.

And of course his data models and thought processes have also trickled into my development projects, too.

#webdev #protip

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Where I make tcrbang.com

tcr! · Oct 4, 2017 at 9:58 pm

Where I make tcrbang

The website, the magazine, the podcast… all happens right here now.

That table top is of the same kin as the dining room table door. I got one more in the garage if anybody wants one.

The legs are Amazon saw horses because I wasn’t feeling as rambunctious this time around. And the barstools are from Amazon, too. I got them because they’re height adjustable, they swivel, and have a footrest. I did need to order cushions because they were kinda firm to begin with.

#photos #webdev #diariesmagazine #diariespodcast

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Sep 20th, 2017 at 3:28:21 pm

tcr! · Sep 20, 2017 at 3:28 pm

I wish I could write…

Fixed bug where PHP date() was using H instead of h and borking the echo()

…in client emails like I do in my Subversion commit messages.

Explaining things at lower levels can be so much easier than at higher ones.

#webdev #worknews

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“Be a good app citizen”

tcr! · Jun 22, 2017 at 11:14 pm

Be a good app citizen

Every Interaction should take their own advice.

I only had a few paragraphs left in their Bad app citizens article when this pop-over obscured my view. I pinched, zoomed, rotated but regardless of what I did I couldn’t get the jerky thing to close.

#fail #webdev

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Opera Neon

tcr! · Apr 18, 2017 at 4:00 pm

Opera Neon browser in action

Opera Neon – The future of web browsers?

Opera Neon is our vision for the future of desktop browsers. Download this concept browser for free for Windows and Mac.

Engage your senses

Opera Neon’s newly developed physics engine is set to breathe life back into the internet. Tabs and other objects respond to you like real objects; they have weight and move in a natural way when dragged, pushed, or even popped. This desktop browser is more than just a window to the internet – with Opera Neon, you are in control of everything you see.

I kinda like it. It’s fun to use and feels modern and fresh compared to Safari and the other browsers that’ve been around for awhile. Split screen mode is the best, I use the iPad’s counterpart all the time.

I might seriously start using it if they add bookmark support.

#webdev #opera

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tcr! tcr! · Apr 19, 2017 at 9:05 am

Okay, the lack of bookmarking makes this browser a no-go.

Working in web development I have a twenty hundred sites I visits throughout the day. 😕

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