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Lorelei turned seven this week.
The end of last week we were in Connecticut and Andrea wanted to go to a used book store, so I suggested we go to the Niantic Book Barn.
Spending a school-break day underwhelmed at the Boston Museum of Science.
In this era of “more of everything” it’s nice to enjoy something that ends.
Sometimes a cigar is just a useless thing to learn about.
A minimal reproduction of a bug that took too long to find.
There’s more writing going on now than ever before in human history.
Web links worth reading on Canvas2D and the File System Access API.
Edifier R1280T compared to the JBL 104, Apple Mini and Sonos Symfonisk.
Two things I worked on this weekend.
Throughout the week I throw interesting articles in my Things inbox, to either file or re-read on the weekend. I’m clearing it out, but these are some I thought you might enjoy.
I love TypeScript, I do.
I reorganized my office recently and — there’s too many books!
Oh, now I know how to do it.
Practical A11Y improvements.
66 and sunny.
The last time I stopped by my parent’s house they handed me a medium sized box full of my old CDs. As an elder-millennial I did have an iPod and a hard drive full of mp3s in college, so these CDs were from the pre-Internet days, and none of them were good enough that I wanted them around after graduating college. So, take a trip down memory lane with me, by way of CD.
At some point I found a webpage that had an entire list of Brian Eno’s Oblique Strategies. I put it in a Bear note but that doesn’t quite capture the “I just need a new way of thinking aspect” of it, so I put the list on a page, and it grabs one from the list at random.
Is a human on a Zoom call just an avatar of a human?
Tides go out, tides come in.
Because my wife is an amazing podcaster and, when it comes to dealing with me, editor.
Why bother with Finder when you can grab them straight from the cloud itself.
Full self-driving beta controls the whole car, but you’ll only need the edge of your seat!
Notes on the book Effortless, by Greg McKeown.
Some ice, and some snow.
Happy Sunday, life is meaningless. But not just yours, everyone's!
On “beating” modern games.
Oh to be a cat.
Pandemic musings while waiting for an oil change. And tire rotation. Oh and the inspection, don’t forget that.