Last updated on… March 16, 2018.
- Catch up on some new TV shows. Started with Altered Carbon (loved it), and Chuck (really digging it). Also added Nikita, The Man In the High Castle, and The Office to the watchlist.
- Get back to listening to music, similar to what I was doing in the past, listening to an entire album before turning in for the night, and also listening to all albums in chronological order of an artist/group.
- Learn something new or start a new project.
- IndieWebify my blog. Started working on the same on March 21, 2018. Set up a goal list that I plan to implement on a step-by-step basis.
- Learn Markdown.
- Learn Hugo, something that will add more options than WordPress, but I’m not entirely sold on the idea simply because WordPress makes it so easy to move hosts, backup, and deploy, all in a matter of minutes.
- Start a travel blog. Only bought a domain, actually bought quite a few, only I’m not sure on the name, so you can say it has moved on to the planning stage.
- Do a roundup of all the local tea and coffee shops. Idea from Manton. Going to be starting this soon… hopefully.
- Dip my toes into the Apple ecosystem – get an iPhone, an iMac, and subscribe to Apple Music.
Get a new domain/name for my daily blog. Done, site up and running at Abraham.Uno. Get a new design (my thinking is leaning towards minimalism) for my blog/microblog at Abraham.Uno. Start aphotoblog . This is a work inprogress, but started some work at Abraham.Gallery. Plan to post regularly. Get better at HTML and CSS. Work on a personal portfolio website. Done for the most part, but also a work in progress, a.brah.am. Start (and continue to work on) Abraham.Life, sharing, and journalling my walk with God. Start (and continue to work on) UnoAbraham, a microblog on which I will post daily. This has since changed to Abraham.Uno, a blog/microblog/photoblog/daily musings and everything else in between.
Learn HTML and CSS. Move all online properties to HTTPS. Set up my own personal VPS on DigitalOcean.
PS: Most folks talk about themselves and their past on their About page.
Derek Sivers decided to change that up with the /now page movement, the basic premise being to put up a Now page that gives details on what you are doing right now. However, not a tweet kind of now, but more of a what are you into right now should you run into a friend and both are playing catch up over drinks.