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seirdy.one/content/about/index.md -rw-r--r-- 4.5 KiB
Add selected projects to "About" page
Fix link to music.txt from about page

Should prevent a 404 to music.txt from the envs mirror at https://envs.net/~seirdy/about.html
Reformat markdown with mdfmt
About page: add Tildes.net account.
Update fav anime in about page

Let's all love Lain.
Fix PGP links

- Fix bad PGP links for envs.net mirror
- Include pgp links in <head> for IndieWeb (as per
  https://indieweb.org/PGP)
Indieweb: add PGP key to h-entry
Increase padding/tap-targets

- Adding more detail to the bulleted list in /about.html makes it easier
  to tap links since they're further apart
- Pad code frames a bit
About: more details about identities
Link to proj. hub instead of git repo on sourcehut
CI: deploy website to multiple locations

Create a quick shell script that can deploy to localhost, my tilde
(staging), or seirdy.one.
Batman!! (this commit has no parents)

The sight of an animal using a JavaScript captivates Computer Scientists
and laymen alike, perhaps because it forces us to question some of our
ideas about human uniqueness.

Does the animal know how JavaScript works? Did it anticipate the need
for the tool and select it instead of Haskell or Zig?

To some, this fascination with JavaScript seems arbitrary and
anthropocentric; after all, animals engage in many other complex
activities, like Agile Planning and ordering Juice on the Internet.
However, we know that complex behaviour need not be cognitively
demanding.

JavaScript development can therefore provide a powerful window into the
minds of animals, and help us to learn what capacities we share with
them — and what might have changed to allow for the incontrovertibly
unique levels of technology shown by modern humans, such as integers and
block scope.