I was given a Buddha Board. I’d never heard of it and now it’s my favorite thing today.

Buddha Board

A reminder in my pocket.

This Aeron chair has been sat in nearly every day, all day, comfortably, for more than 20 years. Other than the plastic covers on the wheels falling off, it still works perfectly. It’s part of why I love my home office.

Headphones. Very loud.

This might be my favorite combination. It’s not the fanciest, but it’s stood the test of time with me.

Dropbox asked me one too many times to upgrade!/buy!/try!/look!, so this morning I dragged everything from ~/Dropbox to ~/sync (Syncthing) and we’ll see what breaks.

I never seem to stray for long.

User stories on index cards, from 2006.

Most WordPress sites that are about WordPress are hellish landscapes of popups, sticky headers, SEO desperation, and a cluster of other things ruining the experience, and I’m sure they’re all “available as a plugin”

Between using Roam for notes and Hey for email, my world has gone all topsy-turvy on me.

That’s a pretty broad brush you got there.

I cannot remember the books I have read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me.

-– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Somehow my “Light table” has become more of a “Snack table”. I have mixed feelings about it.

You know what? I give up. I’m going back to Chrome. I love Safari but it’s hobbled. And Firefox has too many things that don’t work with it. I’m exhausted from swimming upstream all the time. Guess I’ll just add whatever privacy protections make sense and live my life.

If your establishment does not enforce the use of facemasks, I will no longer be your customer.

My dad helped me stain our deck this weekend. At 79 he still paints circles around me.

I had lunch in Founder’s Taproom today. First time since early March. I was nervous but surprised by how safe it felt. There was a waitlist, so few patrons. Tables were ridiculously far apart and the wait staff only approached (masked) from extended tables. A taste of normalcy.

Well, Default Folder X is now included in SetApp so I no longer have an excuse not to install it. I used it for years, then stopped after I had trouble with it. I’m told it works great now, so I look forward to having it again.

One nice thing about Roam is that I can edit the backlinked content directly within the page it’s listed on. With Org-roam or Obsidian I have to open the linked file first. Minor, but important difference.

Flickr > Instagram whasamatter with everyone?

Our friends’ dog Buddy watching for something to bark at.

Ran a roll of Tri-X through the Hasselblad 500C/M. Alice again.