The rich text editor in Tinderbox works fine, and does automatic conversions to HTML during exports. This is great, but I am more comfortable writing posts using Markdown. Tinderbox supports Markdown, but when exporting, it will need to call the markdown processor for every Markdown note. I am concerned about the performance hit over time. It already takes 10 seconds to render the blog without Markdown. I know this doesn’t seem like much, but I’m used to Hugo, which rendered my 3,000-post blog in under three seconds. I suppose I could try it and see.
jwz sums up my impression of Oppenheimer perfectly:
Anyway, the bomb goes off (spoiler alert) at about two hours in, and I stopped watching at around 2:30 with more than 30 minutes left, because at that point it was clear that the rest of the movie was going to be more hand-wringing over why Oppenheimer lost his security clearance, and the stakes literally could not be lower.
jwz, "Recent movies and TV"
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