Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.


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In reply to Calum Ryan‘s post “Homebrew Website Club (London)” on
Finish that blog post you’ve been working on. Demos of personal websites and technology. Discussion around the independent web. Join a community with like-minded interests. Bring friends that want a personal site! Any questions? Ask in chat: http://i

I’m coming

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In reply to Nick Dunn‘s post on Twitter
.@mandsdigital stopped tweeting a year ago and I’ve not seen them hiring for a while. Have they ceased to be?

@nickdunn I think they must just have gone a bit quiet. @thesambarnes is hiring I think.

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Liked Chris Brosnahan‘s post on Twitter
When come back, bring pie. #pie That was 15 years ago. #YouAreOld
Liked Aaron Parecki‘s post on Twitter
Micropub PR published today! 🎉 This is the last step before REC status! We'd love your impl reports and feedback!


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In reply to Things‘s post “We hope you'll like it, Barry!” on Twitter
We hope you'll like it, Barry!

@culturedcode Thanks very much, Things tweeter! I registered for the beta so hopefully I’ll get the chance to try it soon. 🤞

Handy pollen/hayfever status web app that I’ll surely be using daily this summer:

In reply to Neil Stanley‘s post on Twitter
@barryf Please nudge me when you see it live 😃

@nstanley 👍

In reply to Neil Stanley‘s post “The iOS reminders app is rubbish and I'v…” on Twitter
The iOS reminders app is rubbish and I've been looking for a replacement. Try 2 or hold out for 3 Barry?

@nstanley I’ve been very happy with v2 but I think v3 will be a paid upgrade for macOS and iOS so you may want to wait.

I use @culturedcode’s Things to track pretty much everything I do, so I’m looking forward to May’s long-awaited V3: