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PersonalbeetleypeteMay 24, 2022
I have to -sort of, but not really- apologise in advance for what follows, because I am angry. Very angry. And if you have ever voted Conservative in the UK,…
Personal, TechnologyAli Reza Hayati’s thoughts and commentsMay 24, 2022
There’s a story about a little kid who keeps shredding paper and his parents take him to all kinds of doctors to get him to stop shredding paper. And finally,…
Personal, TechnologyAli Reza Hayati’s thoughts and commentsMay 24, 2022
There’s a story about a little kid who keeps shredding paper and his parents take him to all kinds of doctors to get him to stop shredding paper. And finally,…
HomesteadingBedlam Farm JournalMay 24, 2022
My doctor says I’m good to spend the weekend in Hudson, N.Y., with Maria, my daughter Emma and granddaughter Robin, who loves to pose for photos. (The photo above was…
Economics & FinanceMarginal REVOLUTIONMay 24, 2022
1. Motorcycles and ferries are dangerous, in that order. 2. More on civil defense in Taiwan. 3. The great Dervla Murphy has passed away. 4. Last payphone in NYC to…
Art & ArtistsAustin KleonMay 24, 2022
Latest newsletter is a roundup of all the books we read in the Read Like an Artist book club.
Poets & Writers & BooksMyth & MoorMay 24, 2022
Beltane has passed, and now the Great Wheel brings us to an enchanting and enchanted time of year, the turning of one season to the next: the liminal space between…
PhotographyGraham’s IslandMay 24, 2022
When I first saw these two cows it was from the rear, looking into the sun (bottom photo). I thought it would make a nice photo if I could sneak…
Art & ArtistsFull Moon Fiber Art — My Art, My LifeMay 24, 2022
We canceled our trip to Bishop Maginn today.  It’s a confusing time for them since the year is coming to an end and school is closing for good. We’ll go…
PhotographyIsland in the NetMay 24, 2022
I've never owned one.
TechnologyAdactio: JournalMay 24, 2022
I think it was Jason who once told me that if you want to make someone’s life a misery, teach them about typography. After that they’ll be doomed to notice…
PersonalJonathan Wrote ThisMay 24, 2022
I went running first thing this morning – back to the “Couch to 5K” programme after a few days off after my right knee started to hurt. Fingers crossed if…
PhotographyThe Online PhotographerMay 24, 2022
[Dedicated to the memory of Jeffrey Goggin, a.k.a. JG, camera-builder extraordinaire.] - Carsten Bockermann "I'm from Bonn, Germany. Here's my website. "When I received this custom-made camera strap from Hyperion,…
Music & AudioDisquietMay 24, 2022
These sound-studies highlights of the week are lightly adapted from the May 23, 2022, issue of the free Disquiet.com weekly email newsletter This Week in Sound (tinyletter.com/disquiet). As always, if…
Music & AudioLess Than 1,000 FollowersMay 24, 2022
Her voice is sweet and with Pop sensibilities but with a clear Country foundation. She mixes Blues with a Country Rock sound that very much defines her, and "Rock This…
TravelsBrewed JourneyMay 24, 2022
 No internet service. Camped along the Eau Claire River and hiking the Plover River Segment of Ice Age Trail
TechnologyFlameeyes’s WeblogMay 24, 2022
Obligatory disclaimer: this post is my opinion, and my opinion only. It does not represent the opinion of my current, past, and future employers. Indeed, as always is the case…
Poets & Writers & BooksWhateverMay 24, 2022
They say behind every great man is a great woman, but what happens when that woman has a magic book and has decided she’s had enough of the patriarchy? Author…
PersonalTeacher TomMay 24, 2022
var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true}; I recognized them as the nice family from our building, their son, who looks to be approaching 4, was straddling one of those wooden, peddle-less "strider"…
TechnologyInterdependent ThoughtsMay 24, 2022
Bookmarked A Visual History of Delicious Bookmarks by Sarah Hibner Surprised to see a capture of my old Delicious profile in this sequence of screen shots. I still think there’s…
Poets & Writers & BooksJamie Todd RubinMay 24, 2022
Welcome to my blog series, “Practically Paperless with Obsidian.” For an overview of this series, please see Episode 0: Series Overview. I thought I would wrap [...]
Poets & Writers & BooksThat Gut Wrenching PoetryMay 24, 2022
I said to many chances I’d given myself,at least regrets lefteven if my suitcases carry rejections,at least I can remain in the middle of the seaand look at the blue…
Research & ScienceWest Coast Stat ViewsMay 24, 2022
Or at least, what if the causal arrow points both ways? Could evangelicals becoming more conservative/Republican have, in part, caused them to become more extreme on abortion? Let's start with the…
Poets & Writers & BooksThe Morning PorchMay 24, 2022
Heavily overcast and cool. The black cherry trees at the woods’ edge point the fingers of their inflorescences in every direction but down.
TravelsADVENTURETACOMay 24, 2022
We wrapped up the four-trail loop - from Devil's Racetrack to Coal Wash to Fixit Pass and finally along Nielsen Dugway (see More Than We Bargained For - Swell #3) -…
Poets & Writers & BooksKristin Berkey-AbbottMay 24, 2022
During my April travels, I heard this interview with Emily St. John Mandel on the NPR show 1A. The interviewer and the author discussed the new book Sea of Tranquility,…
PersonalCam PeggMay 24, 2022
Research & ScienceLanguage LogMay 24, 2022
Reading the comments on Sunday's post about verb agreement with data ("Scientist spotting",5/22/2022), I was reminded of a long-ago tussle about a different aspect of Latin morphology in English borrowings.…
Art & ArtistsLost Art PressMay 24, 2022
The following is excerpted from “Mouldings in Practice,” by Matthew Sheldon Bickford. The book turns a set of complicated mouldings into a series of predictable rabbets and chamfers that guide…
Poets & Writers & BooksAllison Marie ConwayMay 24, 2022
What a fucking head trip getting sober is, man. It’s hard but you almost want it to stay that way if only because the challenge of it makes you focus.…
PersonalThe Written AddictionMay 24, 2022
The one thing I know and that I’ve known for a while is that we often grip the details of our past. Whether this is regret or pain or sins…
PersonalCIMPLEMay 24, 2022
Thank You For Being A Friend – Andrew Gold (Official Music Video)
Research & ScienceCentauri Dreams — Imagining and Planning Interstellar ExplorationMay 24, 2022
It’s not easy teasing out information about a tiny red dwarf star, even when it’s the closest star to the Sun. Robert Thorburn Ayton Innes (1861-1933), a Scottish astronomer, found…
HistorySphinxMay 24, 2022
One of the many interesting questions raised in yesterday’s final session of the series of workshops I’ve organised to explore ‘The Politics of Decadence’ was this: would you describe the…
Poets & Writers & BooksA Cornered GurlMay 24, 2022
MUSICAL SELECTION: GIL SCOTT-HERON|WINTER IN AMERICA When a bird sings, it is lending its heart to you I am a purposed woman. I know I have a purpose. I am inclined…
Music & AudioThe Red Hand FilesMay 24, 2022
  Dear Teresa, Thank you for your letter. Many others have written to me about Jethro, sending condolences and kind words. These letters are a great source of comfort and…
Digital GardensTracy Durnell – Learning and Thinking in PublicMay 24, 2022
Saving Askara Interesting aliens in that they are more technologically advanced, yet socially very unstructured. As a group of escapees, they have no captain, and the hero is appointed the…
Photography35hunterMay 24, 2022
Being more of a hands-on kind of person, rather than meticulously studying an instruction manual before using something new, when it comes to cameras, I’ve learned most by experimenting, by…
PersonalLazybearMay 24, 2022
Is there any book that dramatically changed your life in any way? And why? On my side, I havent found one yet. But who knows, that book may be on…
PersonalbottledauxMay 24, 2022
Forever. Everyday. In everything I do.
PersonalMusings from a Tangled MindMay 24, 2022
I made the grave error of going out into public today. Where the people are. Entirely too many people. I must try to never do that again.   .
Poets & Writers & BooksA Working LibraryMay 24, 2022
Hiroko Oyamada Three workers reluctantly take jobs at the factory. But the “factory” isn’t a building or even a collection of buildings so much as a sprawling city-sized campus, encompassing…
HistorySamuel Pepys: Diary, Letters, Family Tree, Maps, Encyclopedia, Discussion and moreMay 23, 2022
(Lord's day). Called up by Roger Pepys and his son who to church with me, and then home to dinner. In the afternoon carried them to Westminster, and myself to…
PersonalChris CoyierMay 23, 2022
On the drive home, some cows on a plain:
HomesteadingThe Summer HillsteadMay 23, 2022
We’ve had this loving, daring, fierce, cuddly, and kinda maladroit lady for about a year. Daisy is dynamic and I love that about her. She is equal parts violent mouser…
PersonalRubenerdMay 23, 2022
This is going to be a bit of a nostalgia post again, but I’m also interested on what people’s thoughts are for portable music players in 2022. But let’s set…
PersonalOm Malik – On my OmMay 23, 2022
It has been nearly a month since I posted something around here. I have been busy with work, life and reading. A lot of reading. Given the noisy state of…
HomesteadingThe Re-Farmer – Sometimes, you need to go back, to go forward.May 23, 2022
Today has turned out to be a warmer day than predicted, and beautifully sunny. When heading out to do my morning rounds, I had a whole crowd of hungry kitties,…
Film & EntertainmentBen OliverMay 23, 2022
A man (Ryan Reynolds) goes back in time to stop his father (Mark Ruffalo) from inventing time travel. In a minor error while setting up the time jump, he encounters…
TechnologyJim Nielsen’s BlogMay 23, 2022
I recently came across this fun website: “Everyone has JavaScript, right?” From the moment a user requests your website, it depicts all the things that stand in the way of…
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