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  "title": "Paul Jones",
  "home_page_url": "https://pauljones.io",
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  "description": "A little corner of the web, by Paul Jones",
  "author": {
    "name": "Paul Jones"
  },
  "items": [
    {
      "id": "https://https://pauljones.io/articles/introducing-chronoplex",
      "content_html": "<strong>Normally I provide the full article to RSS readers, but I'm having an issue with my feed generation, so you'll have to visit the site to read. Sorry!</strong>",
      "url": "https://https://pauljones.io/articles/introducing-chronoplex",
      "title": "Introducing Chronoplex",
      "summary": "TL;DR: I made a fun tool to generate Plex playlists. Check out  Chronoplex . A while back I built  CMCUCP  (Complete Marvel Cinematic Universe Chronological Playlist), a python script that would connect to your Plex server and create a playlist of any MCU content you owned, in chronological order. It was mostly because creating it manually in Plex was a nightmare, but it was also a fun little project. I started to wonder if it was possible to do the same thing from a web page, so people didn't have to run a python script (or the docker container I added) to get their own version of the playlist. The plan was to throw something together as a proof of concept and write it up here, as part of my new goals for  2021 . That was in November. It's now February, and I've had to force myself to…",
      "date_modified": "2021-02-11T00:00:00.000Z"
    },
    {
      "id": "https://https://pauljones.io/articles/2021",
      "content_html": "<strong>Normally I provide the full article to RSS readers, but I'm having an issue with my feed generation, so you'll have to visit the site to read. Sorry!</strong>",
      "url": "https://https://pauljones.io/articles/2021",
      "title": "2021",
      "summary": "I was planning to do a review of 2020, but honestly 2020 was a bit crap and the less said about it the better, so I've decided instead to review what I want to do in 2021. You might think this is just new year's resolutions, but it's completely different, because new year's resolutions never work. So here's what I'm hoping to do more of in 2021. Go out (or failing that: see people) Obvious one really, but I'm hoping to go out, maybe even see some people. Even before the whole pandemic thing, having a young child and working from home had basically turned me into a hermit, so in 2021 I'm going to make an effort to actually see other humans. Hopefully that will be in person, but if not then at least some more online conversations. Do more open source I've even moved over from Gitlab to…",
      "date_modified": "2021-01-01T00:00:00.000Z"
    },
    {
      "id": "https://https://pauljones.io/articles/dark-mode",
      "content_html": "<strong>Normally I provide the full article to RSS readers, but I'm having an issue with my feed generation, so you'll have to visit the site to read. Sorry!</strong>",
      "url": "https://https://pauljones.io/articles/dark-mode",
      "title": "Dark Mode",
      "summary": "I've had a dark mode for this site for a  little while  now, but it's been controlled by the OS color scheme, rather than being something that can be changed on the site. An article I read on how to do it  properly  gave me the nudge to do the same here. Required Reading Step one: go read  Josh Comeau's \"The Quest for the Perfect Dark Mode\" , or at least skim it over before you dig in here. It's an incredibly detailed and well explained dive into how he implemented dark mode on his site, and I  stole  borrowed about 90% of it. I'm not going to go into all the details of how I've implemented everything, just the bits where I decided to change the implementation, so it's not going to make much sense without that context. It'd be like reading Star Wars fanfiction before you watch Star Wars…",
      "date_modified": "2020-05-19T00:00:00.000Z"
    },
    {
      "id": "https://https://pauljones.io/articles/1-month-in",
      "content_html": "<strong>Normally I provide the full article to RSS readers, but I'm having an issue with my feed generation, so you'll have to visit the site to read. Sorry!</strong>",
      "url": "https://https://pauljones.io/articles/1-month-in",
      "title": "1 Month In",
      "summary": "It's been a month since I started to  rebuild my corner , so I wanted to review how it's all going. I've got a  changelog  (which I should probably link to somewhere...) which covers everything I've fiddled with, but as a general run down: I've added some basic styling, that I'm quite liking. My side projects  now have their own section on the site. I'm tracking my latest attempt at  12 in 12  with a fancy page with progress bars. The site has a dark mode, because every developer's website needs a dark mode. There's still a lot more I want to do. I want to start writing things that other people might actually want to read, rather than just writing about the site that I'm writing on. I want to start sharing screenshots and such of various game playthroughs. I want to keep a reading list of…",
      "date_modified": "2020-05-12T00:00:00.000Z"
    },
    {
      "id": "https://https://pauljones.io/articles/rebuilding-my-corner",
      "content_html": "<strong>Normally I provide the full article to RSS readers, but I'm having an issue with my feed generation, so you'll have to visit the site to read. Sorry!</strong>",
      "url": "https://https://pauljones.io/articles/rebuilding-my-corner",
      "title": "Rebuilding my Corner",
      "summary": "I have 12 different half finished rebuilds of this site stashed away in various git repos. None of them ever launched because my personal site has always been a low priority, and mostly an excuse to play around with new things.  So I think I'm going to embrace that, and just push this live, and work on it in the open. My little corner of the internet doesn't need to be perfect. It'll never be \"finished\", and that's fine. It's a place for me to put things.  And at the moment this is the only thing, but that's probably fine too.",
      "date_modified": "2020-04-12T00:00:00.000Z"
    }
  ]
}