Installed the mojave public beta 2 on my iMac. Still having trouble with Finder going unresponsive but Keybase now works.
I’m really enjoying “Killing Eve”. It’s unconventional, gripping, and (very) darkly funny. Feels new.
We put up new window clings at the office.
After updating Spacemacs (“develop” branch) this morning, startup time went from 11 seconds to under 5 seconds. Nice!
I hope the next MacBook Pro is twice as thick.
Approaching the restaurant wasn’t exactly encouraging but Jess and I thought the other side was much better.
I write quotes and things on index cards and pin them above my writing desk. I try to switch them out occasionally but these have stuck around. If they were on my computer I’d never see them.
One day I’ll have to throw away my Lady Gaga shirt but today is not that day.
When I occasionally launch MailMate I think, “That’s so much simpler.” Then I open Mu4e and think, “That’s so much better.”
Marge joined us in a meeting this morning. All meetings should come with dogs.
Org-super-agenda looks useful for those of us who spend a lot of time in Org’s Agenda: https://github.com/alphapapa/org-super-agenda
I didn’t intend to, but I have switched entirely from 1Password to Dashlane for password management. It’s pretty nice. https://www.dashlane.com/
Gail. Hasselbad 500C/M. Hand-held and guessed exposure. It’s under-exposed it so I had to pull it up a bit which really cranks up the grain.
The combination of recent Github/Microsoft rumors and my natural contrarian tendencies has caused me to try Fossil for my personal projects http://www.fossil-scm.org/index.html/doc/trunk/www/index.wiki
TIL: SQLite is pronounced “ess que el ite”, like it’s a mineral. Richard Hipp https://changelog.com/podcast/201
I have gathered quite a collection of photos in which Tracy is flipping me off. I should do a show.
Successfully delivered, unloaded, and placed a new shed for Jessica and Brandon.
On the first of every month I start a new section in each of my notebooks. I also export last months org-journal entries to LaTeX->PDF and print them. I can’t explain why I love it so much, but it could be my favorite day.