I’m noticing how I’ve been ordering more and more just from Amazon over the past few months. I should feel bad about supporting such a profit-hungry corporation, but the fast deliveries, easy returns, and wide selection of products are just too tempting.
On Saturday morning I experimented a bit. Whenever I used SQLite in a Go application, I used the popular package mattn/go-sqlite3. Not a bad choice, after all it implements the database/sql interface. One drawback, however, is the need for a C compiler, since Cgo is used to run the original SQLite code in the background.
This is the first photo (and note) posted from my new phone: A Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite.
Yesterday, I added support to my Hugo theme to use it to reply to other posts on the web using the u-in-reply-to class (here’s the documentation for h-entry) and sending a webmention after publishing the post.
How DeepL helps you with translations…