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Art & ArtistsAaron Blakeley WritesJuly 2, 2022
HomesteadingBedlam Farm JournalJuly 2, 2022
I set out today to find four or five beautiful paintings to hang on the walls of the new Mansion Activities Room. I’m told I’m obsessive about projects like this,…
Art & ArtistsDavid Fisher, Carving ExplorationsJuly 2, 2022
The wood for most of what I make comes from trees that grow within a few miles of my house, which is more than enough to make me happy. I’m…
TravelsBrewed JourneyJuly 2, 2022
As I previously mentioned, Julia tested positive for Covid six days ago.  I've taken two tests since then, and both were negative.  My summer cold-like symptoms have been increasing all…
Digital GardensTracy Durnell – Learning and Thinking in PublicJuly 2, 2022
Bookmarked How To Build Trust & Rapport In A Virtual Setting (hub.neuroleadership.com)
PersonalNoisy DeadlinesJuly 2, 2022
Proven Guilty (The Dresden Files # 8) by Jim Butcher, 496p: We get to know a lot more about Molly, Charity, and Murphy, who are all strong and bad-ass female…
PersonalbottledauxJuly 2, 2022
Music has to be in this house, at all times in all respects and considerations.  Want to make […]
PersonalChris AldrichJuly 2, 2022
I’ve been thinking about Robin Sloan‘s Spring ’83 Experiment on and off for a bit. I too almost immediately thought of Fraidyc.at and its nudge at shifting the importance of…
Food & DrinkAppellation BeerJuly 2, 2022
If you guessed the beer on the far right, sorry, you are wrong. The styles, left to right at Angry James Brewing Company in Silverthorne, Colorado, are: IPA, a hoppy…
Graphics & DesignPeter Rukavina’s WeblogJuly 2, 2022
As I type I am lying in a a bright orange bedroom in my house. Against an almost-life-sized bear. Whose name is Nethan. Pronouns they/them. I haven’t always understood Nethan.…
Poets & Writers & BooksAppalachian Ground – A Love StoryJuly 2, 2022
I started thinking about this last month, but now I’m actually underway. I’ve written a lot of non-fiction books in my career, and… The post I’m Writing a Novel appeared…
Digital GardensDerek’s Digital GardenJuly 2, 2022
You used to be able to quit an application on a Mac and that would silence notifications from that application.
HomesteadingThe Re-Farmer – Sometimes, you need to go back, to go forward.July 2, 2022
With company coming tonight, I headed out this morning to do a couple of errands. I’m glad I was able to do at least a bit of mowing around the…
PhotographyThe Online PhotographerJuly 2, 2022
["Open Mike" is the often off-topic Editorial page of TOP. If you don't like one, just wait a while. It's a blog. It'll change. —Ed.] Wonder why this picture? In…
Music & AudioLess Than 1,000 FollowersJuly 2, 2022
We just past the first half of the year, July and the summer are official here and I have great stuff to share with you, welcome to the 9 Albums/EPs…
Poets & Writers & BooksPutah CreekJuly 2, 2022
Imagine this: that everything good and natural is interconnected and sacred. All of it.-jobe
PersonalbeetleypeteJuly 2, 2022
WordPress continues to sneak genuine comments into both of these folders, for no apparent reason. After searching through ten pages of comments this evening, I found three genuine comments from…
Economics & FinanceMarginal REVOLUTIONJuly 2, 2022
1. Nuclear Navy construction costs. 2. Joel Mokyr reviews Koyama and Rubin. 3. TFR isn’t so stable over time. 4. Richard Taruskin, RIP (NYT). 5. How DeSantis is changing Florida…
TechnologyInterdependent ThoughtsJuly 2, 2022
Favorited From the Archives: Ton’s Thoughts on Work Life Boundaries, Barriers and Attractors by Nancy White A wonderful surprise to see a post in my feed reader discussing a posting…
TechnologyChris HannahJuly 2, 2022
One way that I've been realising my age recently, is the amount of anniversaries for music that I used to listen to when I was a child.The most recent one…
Music & AudioDisquietJuly 2, 2022
I do this manually each Saturday, usually in the morning over coffee: collating most of the tweets I made the past week at twitter.com/disquiet, which I think of as my…
PhotographyGraham’s IslandJuly 2, 2022
The aptly named Convict Tangs are distinguished by six vertical black bars against a yellow-green background. One of these bars crosses the eyes, a feature common in many fish, which…
Art & ArtistsLost Art PressJuly 2, 2022
The planer has been sold. We got a new and larger planer (so we can run single-board chair seats!), so we’re selling the 15″ Powermatic that’s been an excellent workhorse…
PersonalOatmeal — digital pillow fortJuly 2, 2022
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Research & ScienceHarsimonyJuly 2, 2022
Its easy to think of our biology as immutable, a constant everything else must take into account. Because of this habit, it took a long time for people to cure…
PersonalThe Written AddictionJuly 2, 2022
This is for you . . .I am writing this to let you know that it’s okay to slow down. It’s okay to take a minute. Or, if you have…
PersonalChris CoyierJuly 2, 2022
FontExplorer X is retiring. It doesn’t mean users (like me!) need to stop using it this instant or anything. Your software will continue to work as usual, but please be…
TravelsWalking ArizonaJuly 2, 2022
 One of the largest commercial enterprises of the 19th Century in the United States was the completion of the first rail line across the continent from east to west and…
Poets & Writers & BooksThe Morning PorchJuly 2, 2022
A few drips of rain. The squeaky begging of a fledgling at the woods’ edge. It breaks cover to hazard flying—a flurry of wingbeats.
Poets & Writers & BooksKristin Berkey-AbbottJuly 2, 2022
Before too much time gets away from me let me record a few last snippets from this past week of travel and house buying: --I am astonished at how hard…
Research & ScienceSabine Hossenfelder: BackreactionJuly 2, 2022
[This is a transcript of the video embedded below. Some of the explanations may not make sense without the animations in the video.] There’s too many men, too many people,…
Poets & Writers & BooksA Cornered GurlJuly 2, 2022
6.30.22, a memorable dayfor decades to comeas history was fine-tunedwhen it added you can justice be revivedwill we see it havelasting breaths breathedinto it representation still needsour focus, but it…
PersonalCIMPLEJuly 2, 2022
The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent (Official Trailer)
Technologybbblog by bbbhltzJuly 2, 2022
“Dinner time!” “Coming, mom!” “What were you doing in your room? You were being very quiet for once.” What was I doing in my room? “Homework.” “What subject?” “…history?” “Is…
Personalgilest dot orgJuly 2, 2022
Travelled on the new big trains; looked and the new big lights.
TravelsExploring Nature in New HampshireJuly 2, 2022
It had been about six years since I followed an old class 6 road in Swanzey and something brought it to mind the other day, so I thought I’d give…
Research & ScienceLanguage LogJuly 2, 2022
From Instagram: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jared Turner (@mandarin_companion) The Chinese of the item circled in red reads: dàtáng ba 大堂吧 ("lobby bar") With 1,500,000…
PersonalLazybearJuly 2, 2022
Ducks bear no grudges. People with ego do. Eckhart Tolle
TravelsOne Hundred RabbitsJuly 2, 2022
Hey everyone! This is the list of all the changes we've done to our projects and apps during the month of June. We'll also be reporting in our on position…
PersonalRubenerdJuly 1, 2022
I’m now the proud owner of a new Sony Walkman. Yes, they’re still a thing, and I couldn’t be more chuffed! The photo below shows us Staying Warm out on…
Art & ArtistsFull Moon Fiber Art — My Art, My LifeJuly 1, 2022
Scouring my studio for potholder inspiration,  I was looking for something that said summer and not finding it. I was saved by a text from Jon saying lunch was ready,…
TechnologyGreg MorrisJuly 1, 2022
I always struggle to start writing a blog post, so I will just get right to it. There’s no more podcasts coming. I have taken it as far as I…
Poets & Writers & BooksThe New Leaf JournalJuly 1, 2022
Looking back on the first half of 2022 and our 25 most-visited articles of the year thus far.Related leaves you may enjoy:Potential Down-Time On Friday-Saturday by Nicholas A. Ferrell February…
Art & ArtistsJohn P. Weiss Fine ArtJuly 1, 2022
“It is essential to continue to take that next small step forward, no matter how small it is. With each step, each decision, you build momentum and it becomes easier…
TechnologyJim Nielsen’s BlogJuly 1, 2022
I was listening to JS Party Ep. 215 and Kent C. Dodds made this observation about our obsessive emphasis on getting a project setup quickly: Who cares if it takes…
Poets & Writers & BooksWhateverJuly 1, 2022
For the second day in a row, I feel perfectly fine; still a little tired, but at this point I suspect that has more to do with being on my…
Graphics & DesignInterconnectedJuly 1, 2022
I watch a bunch of cricket (and read about it too). I ran across a counterintuitive method which is to not keep your eye on the ball. It turns out…
PersonalThis day’s portionJuly 1, 2022
(You couldn’t write a sentence this bad IF YOU TRIED. by Jonny Diamond. Originally published 1 Jul, 2022.)I can write very bad sentences, so I won’t comment on that. But…
TechnologyRu SinghJuly 1, 2022
A look back at June 2022 and a check-in of sorts.
Poets & Writers & BooksThe Marginalian – Marginalia on our search for meaning.July 1, 2022
"For seeing the sea it’s sometimes better to close one’s eyes."
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