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    Of all the people whose blog posts would get published in a way that makes them unreadable when you have scripting disabled, I did not expect Joe Armstrong to be on the list.

    On the other hand, if you view source, you can see the markdown source for the post, which is good enough for me.

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      Joe was very fond of and enthusiastic about TiddlyWiki recently, both on his blog or on twitter.

      From what I gather mostly because it is a self-contained system that runs without server support.

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        It’s a shame because it’s so close to being correct but fails due to a display: none declaration which belongs inside a tag but was mistakenly placed directly on the textarea.

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          It’s a TiddlyWiki, so you should be able to fully download and fix it ;). (AFAIK, that was one of the reasons he chose it, making it fully available without him being involved)

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      His post on trying out Elixir was a fun read: https://joearms.github.io/#2013-05-31%20A%20week%20with%20Elixir