It’s one of the coolest looking blogs I know. Crisp, clean, with all the features you might need, the right amount of emoji sprinkled throughout. It also has a ‘feel good’ mood that I can’t really put into words. You can tell a lot of time, and love, went into it.
It’s not (yet?) available to us, but James was kind enough to tell me that, if I was able to install Docker, I could test drive it. “Docker, you say?”
I had no idea what Docker was, but went out and tried to find out. Soon I was deploying servers on DigitalOcean, copying and pasting left and right, trying to get to the bottom of it. Of course it couldn’t be that easy, but thankfully James, on the other side of the world, was providing help and letting me know what I’d have to tweak to make it work.
And soon enough I was staring into this:
The smile on my face when this showed up on the screen was HUGE. It was ready to go! Soon I had a post ready, and what a pleasure it was to compose this one.
When, oh when, will this be available to all of us?? No one knows.
Until then I’ll just have to keep visiting his blog, and dreaming of the day when I can have one just like that.
Thank you, James, for making this with care in Yokohama.
Things I Love