Little Card Editor 0.54 now works with Facebook.#

This is why LCE on Facebook matters. It makes a beautiful statement, that people can attach their ideas to.#

13-minute podcast about browser-based JavaScript apps and how they connect to services like Twitter, Facebook, Dropbox, Evernote.#

BTW, there's one little bennie from the way Facebook does their API. Since I don't have to run a server, Little Card Editor will scale indefinitely without me spending a dime. :sunny:#

The best way to get ideas is to suffer with something that doesn't really work.#

Scripting News: Comparing APIs.#

While I'm waiting for Facebook to approve the new version of Little Card Editor I thought I'd do a little diversion to solve what has been a thorny problem in Fargo that has prevented a lot of interesting things from happening. #

Previously when I entered a glossary element or a macro in a bit of text on my blog, it would pass through RSS unevaluated. So if I included a nice piece of cheesecake at the end of a post, you would see the word cheesecake in quotes, not the cheesecake itself. Same with smileys. They would go unevaluated. Some thought it was a bug, but actually it was a thorny problem that I finally figured out the solution to. Sometimes you just have to live with something for a while, it has to become familiar, and then all of a sudden, blam it's done. You know how to do it. #

So if it worked there should be a nice piece of evaluated cheesecake at the end of this post, right here..#

A picture of a slice of cheese cake.#

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So, it has come to this.