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e6e19f770e54167f390d775edc01e09911d3458a — Steve Gattuso 10 months ago 2d776d3
update now page, fix links
M resources/blog/2023-08-09-planned-economies.md => resources/blog/2023-08-09-planned-economies.md +1 -0
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title: What I've been learning about planned economies
date: 2023-08-08
summary: Documenting a recent thread of books I've been reading about the topic.
wiki-id: blog-planned-economies
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Over the last couple of months I've been following a mental thread that has me exploring the idea of _planned economies_. If you've never heard of it before, strap on your economics hat and get ready for a wild ride. The high-level idea behind them is to allocate scarce resources according to a set of society or community level goals. These goals can be anything from pointing everything at building machinery for protecting oneself during a war[^0] to transitioning to a sustainable economy.


M resources/blog/2023-08-14-introducing-feedon.md => resources/blog/2023-08-14-introducing-feedon.md +4 -3
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title: Introducing FeedOn, a Mastodon to RSS bridge
title: Introducing FeeDon, a Mastodon to RSS bridge
date: 2023-08-14
summary: FeedOn is a Mastodon-to-RSS bridge that turns your timelines and lists into RSS feeds.
summary: FeeDon is a Mastodon-to-RSS bridge that turns your timelines and lists into RSS feeds.
wiki-id: blog-introducing-feedon
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A few months ago I started work[^0] on a small project to convert Mastodon timelines into RSS feeds. While Mastodon has pretty good RSS support out-of-the-box, it only really creates feeds for individual users. I had a few additional features that I was looking for:



@@ 12,7 13,7 @@ A few months ago I started work[^0] on a small project to convert Mastodon timel

I brewed up a quick prototype that worked pretty well but ended up forgetting about it for a couple of months during a busy period of life. This past weekend I had a bit of spare time and energy to finish off a few of the remaining items on my must-have list and I think I'm finally ready to share this a bit more widely with the world.

Behold: an alpha-quality instance of what I am calling _FeedOn_ is [now live](https://feedon.vesto.me).
Behold: an alpha-quality instance of what I am calling _FeeDon_ is [now live](https://feedon.vesto.me).

It's pretty simple: you can log in with your Mastodon account and immediately generate a bunch of RSS feeds from your timelines/lists that can be subscribed to by any RSS reader. As of now things are pretty primitive, but you should start seeing formatted posts come through.


M resources/pages/now.md => resources/pages/now.md +2 -1
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* Continuing to settle into my new life in Munich. Trying to learn German- it's been slow.
* I've been on an economics binge lately, working through a few books talking about planned economies.
    * I don't really have an explicit goal with what I've been learning here, mostly just following a thread that I've found to be interesting.
    * Aiming to write some kind of blog post or wiki page detailing what I've learned so far- stay tuned.
    * I wrote a brief intro post here: [[blog-planned-economies]]. Hoping to write some more as I continue learning!
* I recently migrated my personal wiki from Obsidian over to TiddlyWiki.
    * Really enjoying the non-linear notetaking/reading experience. I'm not really sure why but it's caused me to start using my Zettelkasten way more lately.
* Tweaking a new project I just released: [[blog-introducing-feedon]]
* Cooking fresh meals almost every day 🎊. Slowly expanding the [[recipes]] page of my site.

M resources/pages/recipes.md => resources/pages/recipes.md +1 -1
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<div class="wiki-links-\-link">
    <a href="https://www.rainbowplantlife.com/blog/vegan-red-lentil-curry" class="wiki-links-\-title"><i>Arroz a la Mexicana</i> by Mely Martinez</a>
    <a href="https://www.mexicoenmicocina.com/arroz-a-la-mexicana/" class="wiki-links-\-title"><i>Arroz a la Mexicana</i> by Mely Martinez</a>
    <p>
        [Click here](https://www-mexicoenmicocina-com.translate.goog/arroz-a-la-mexicana/?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=de) for an English translation. It's a slightly more involved recipe than what you may want for a weeknight meal, but it's effort that will be rewarded.
    </p>