I’ve been using Fargo for a bit of blogging recently. This is a test of using markdown to format posts. Fargo is a simple idea outliner, notepad, todo list, project organizer. It’s an HTML 5 application, written in JavaScript, runs in any compatible browser, including Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Microsoft IE 10. A h3 Markdown header…

I’ve been messing around and tinkering with Fargo.io a wee bit more today. Fargo started as an outliner, I found it because I read Scripting News after messing with the OPML application on my mac. Fargo is still an outliner but it has developed quite a few interesting features in a very short time. Early…

I am testing Fargo, an online outliner that can post to wordpress blogs. Although my blog is not a wordpress one, it still has MetaWebBlog support. I have never really used an outliner much although I’ve use the OPML application to read RSS from time to time. Fargo may just change that. Fargo runs in…

I’ve imported all the posts from my known site here. The site was getting a ton of spam. I’m now going through the posts here & manually fixing images that were not brought over. Then I’ll delete the site. I am also manually bringing in posts from fargo as I found an html file.

My last post was review of my 2014 on Flickr, this is a quick list of some of my other online lives in 2014: John’s World Wide Wall Display, this blog 57 blog post here this year. My favourite is probably RSS Serendipity. 57 compares to about a 87 post average over the last 10…

I woke up the other morning morning to a bit of serendipity in my RSS reader that cheered me up. First I read Alan’s great post Don’t Be a Platform Pawn. Next up was Marco Arment Linking and quoting Waffle on Social Media which quoted in turn Community Services which pointed to What’s a Twitter…

Rescued  from Fargo or littleoutliner? 1 Apr 2019 original 15 Aug 2014 First Munro for a while. Cloudy but warm, clouds mostly above munro height. In the Belach Bundie 4 ravens kept me entertained with a few acrobatics, croaking and making a popping sound I’d not heard before. Hills without end. Trying a slowshutter iphone…

First published on Fargo moved here 22 Jul 2019 Took a walk up to Loch Humphrey, pretty dull day and the forecast was for rain. Lots of flowers out and I took a couple of shots using the macro lens on the iPhone. The first of meadowsweet and the second of heather. The heather on…