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Test Driving Gutenberg

Why write about writing in a different editor? I’ve got a few other blog posts lined up, but they need a lot more work. As WordPress is moving to use Gutenberg soon, I decided to take it for a spin. I don’t want to mess up my in-progress stuff using the beta version of it! This opinion post that is largely inconsequential, but I did encounter a bug. Luckily, the Gutenberg editor was stable enough to throw up a screen to prevent me from using it further, so no need to worry just yet. Writing an article about Gutenberg is also a short and sweet way to get familiar with it. Plus I get to work on my writing skills.…

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Vim Weirdly – Preparing My First D&D Campaign

Adventure awaits Dungeons & Dragons: Let us embark upon a fantastical adventure in this collaborative storytelling social game! Vim: Let’s code with terse editor commands! What? No, I’m not making a vim based Dungeons and Dragons game – I’m using vim to keep notes and write story elements (and blog posts). This is probably the driest and tech-hipstery blog post related to D&D you’ve come across. I prefer vim. Or rather, after having used it in work I chose to stick with it. Then on reading “The Pragmatic Programmer” by Hunt & Thomas I decided not only to stick with it but to use it everywhere I could and make it my choice. When I set about writing up notes…

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