Ah, tags. What a great way to narrow down what you're looking for!
February 12, 2023If you need to automatically create Google Calendar events from data in a Google Sheet, this pared-down example should work well for you.
October 10, 2021I created this Shakespeare Insult Generator: it converts three arrays of adjectives and nouns into a delightful random insult that would have thrilled the Bard himself.
November 26, 2020I decided to create a page that talked about what I was training for, and provided a way for me to provide bits of commentary as the training plan unfolded. The result is a nice mix of Eleventy magic, a CSS-only toggle switch, and the checkbox hack.
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