I don't hide my drafts before they're complete (however, only completed ones get to be included into the feed). You can watch things being written in realtime (well, sort of realtime – I don't run the upload script that often), comment on drafts, etc. Just don't post them to Reddit.
I've been learning Racket and making notes:
- Introduction. First three days, no prior knowledge, getting a feel for the syntax... You get the idea.
Stuff I did
- This site. Yes, it runs on a couple of shell scripts, but I thought I'd explain them anyway.
In the future to come
- a tutorial on Template Haskell
- internet, a fractal of bad design
- ideas can never be evil
- irrational trust in “official” things
- giving abstracts to blog posts which don't have them
- learning J, Factor and Idris
- having mastered something vs. being a master of something
- cool recommendation engine for music
- a simple Pascal interpreter in Haskell
- lossless music preservation initiative
- prediction model for binary choices
- how people memorize alphabet?
- hierarchical note-taking
- real-time profiling for Haskell
- custom keyboard layouts
- instant answer engine for command line
- universal pastebin client in Haskell
- need for a benevolent dictator
- random everything generator
- explorative learning, next level
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