The Harvard Museum of Natural History
A day trip to the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
I give 2023 an A (but the A is for Anxiety)
In either looking back at 2023 or looking forward to 2024, now seems like the right time to write about how I’ve been dealing with anxiety.
Cozy Gaming Season
Almost every year this time of year I pick up some “cozy games”, which generally means indie games that aren’t overly mentally taxing, have a good story, have a good gameplay loop, and have an “end” or an “I’ve enjoyed this enough” experience that you can hit in a few hours. The kid of thing you could finish between Christmas and New Years.
This is just a post to say I was laid off last week. I won’t write an elegy on the love of a corporation lost, I never presumed this was a forever thing and I would hope that no one reading here is naive enough to believe it ever is.
More with Less
Asking "what problem does this really solve?"
A tiny little view transitions change.
Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith
Some notes on the book Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith.
Trip notes from a quick little vacation in Newport, Rhode Island.
Code is not literature
The overlap between coding and writing, to me, are the mental models you make while doing both.
I’ve been reading Saving Time by Jenny Odell. I’m not halfway through it yet, and maybe it’s a bit of a Baader–Meinhof thing going on, but now I’m noticing the notion of shifting the perception of time in more places.