I started this challenge to try out new things and to make challenges a new part of this blog’s content. Daily articles might be a thing for other bloggers that either have more time or are just more capable of creating posts on the spot without an extensive proof-reading phase. I’m certainly not gifted with either. I cannot write daily challenges and keep the level of quality I want to deliver. Thus, I decided to put in the remaining days of this challenge into one article. It also has the side benefit that I can write down my experience whenever I have an appropriate amount of time to sit down.
Yesterday I was literally too busy and productive to write another article (additionaly to the one about markdown) about my terminal-only week, which in itself is a rather good thing. Among going to work I was able to practice the guitar for over an hour, went to bed at an appropriate time and felt something that I completely forgot about: boredom.
Have you ever felt that formatting kills your momentum? Do you sometimes feel like changing the layout of your essays, blog posts, etc. feels a little like extra work that you would rather spend in more useful things? I certainly did. Then, some day, I stumbled upon a formatting language which was so easy to use that even I could remember it and so fast and intuitive, that I just instantly fell in love with it. Meet Markdown: