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.

Alice, waiting patiently to go do something with me. Anything. Soon, Alice!

The stock Hasselblad waist-level finder is inexpensive, compact, and is by far the best-looking option. It’s just that I can’t for the life of me frame or focus using it, even with the magnifier in place.

I just want to hit “Play” and listen to music. I don’t want to have to first stream, …cast, pair, sync, connect, or anything else.

“Now” vs “Not” is one of the worst one-letter typos.

While using Emacs I often say things like “Wow!” and “Holy shit that’s cool!” but I also say things like “Dammit!” and “What the F*$k now!?” so I’m saying it’s a trade-off.

I’m so good at lying to myself about learning Clojure that I even bought a book.

If {SOFTWARE} would just implement {MY PET FEATURE} it would be a game changer in the market!

Obsidian looks like a viable Roam competitor using local Markdown files. I shouldn’t go anywhere near it, but I have to try it.

Good list of movies: 30 Movies That Are Unlike Anything You’ve Seen Before - The Atlantic

I didn’t know about org-roam-server but now I do.

A Web Application to Visualize the Org-Roam Database


Decent headphones and a lossless signal path sending Clutch directly into my head this morning.

Getting to a link I have stored somewhere in Org-roam takes me about five seconds longer than finding that same link in Roam. Some days I don’t mind and some days it drives me batty.

I have an impossible choice between these two modes.

Own Your Second Brain: Set Up org-roam on Your Own Machine looks like it could be useful when getting into Emacs and Org-roam.

We brought Alice home from the rescue org a year ago today. We have yet to inform her that she is not a lap dog.

I often consider completely wiping my online presence but I worry that by doing so I’ll disappear in real life, too.

It seems I can only work in one of two ways with Emacs: I either live in Emacs or I live without Emacs. I can’t find a sustained balance between all or nothing.

Five pinned tabs plus five open tabs, max.