It's even worse than it appears.
Here's the software I've been working on, it builds a Drummer blog from a LogSeq journals folder. Interop. Golden spike. We win. #
There's a new version of the myLogseqBlog tool fixing a couple of bugs reported on day one. There's also a note there on how this will evolve. Right now all the loose-ends are showing, that's because I know almost nothing about LogSeq. As the people from LogSeq-land get familiar with this, they will no doubt have ideas about how to better integrate this software so it's super easy. This is how bootstraps start. #
The finale of Station Eleven was very nice. And if you aren't weeping like a baby, well you will be. It's a sweet story of human dignity, trust and cooperation.#
At some point Sinema and Manchin will have a press conference with McConnell where he's wearing a Majority Leader badge.#

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