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Food & DrinkJames’ Coffee BlogMay 19, 2022
While I was on a Zoom call two weeks ago, I noticed something that ignited a great sense of excitement. The parlor palm on my desk, which I have had…
TravelsGeographical JourneysMay 18, 2022
a solo bicycle trip from Tallinn through the islands of Saaremaa and Hiiumaa in western Estonia
HistoryGood OpticsMay 18, 2022
All sensible people care non-instrumentally about things that happen in the world outside of themselves.  Would you prefer that there be more or less extreme poverty? How about war? Cancer?…
TechnologyKrebs on SecurityMay 18, 2022
Some of more tech-savvy Democrats in the U.S. Senate are asking the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate identity-proofing company ID.me for "deceptive statements" the company and its founder allegedly…
PersonalExile LifestyleMay 18, 2022
We grieve we when lose someone, but we also grieve when we lose a sense of place or time or self, a path we feel we’re walking (toward something important),…
Poets & Writers & BooksTransactions with BeautyMay 18, 2022
I firmly believe that the more creative you are, the more creative you are. When you’re a creative person, your default is creativity. Your default is flowering. Your default is…
TechnologyNumeric Citizen BlogMay 18, 2022
The war in Ukraine has unsuspected side effects. Continue reading When War in Ukraine Influences My Application Choices at Numeric Citizen Blog.
Poets & Writers & BooksRiddle Me ThisMay 18, 2022
All this unchecked wild growth. This gracious abandonment. These plant seeds flying around, offering themselves to anybody, offering themselves to nobody. This whirlwind of life coming together in this very…
PersonalK-Squared RamblingsMay 18, 2022
WP Tavern summarizes the conversation around WordPress losing CMS marketshare for the first time in ages, and what various people have cited as likely causes. Personally, I’m finding its increasing…
TechnologyDarknet DiariesMay 17, 2022
Daniel Kelley (https://twitter.com/danielmakelley) was equal parts mischievousness and clever when it came to computers. Until the day his mischief overtook his cleverness. Sponsors Support for this show comes from Keeper…
Poets & Writers & BooksRandom NotesMay 17, 2022
I did. This morning. And only noticed it now. The lesson? When you have multiple blogs on Write.as and plan on publishing something early in the morning, make sure you're…
Music & Audiohip hop isn’t deadMay 17, 2022
 Look, the world is garbage. There's this overwhelming sense of dread oozing from every corner of the planet, and no matter which side you're on or what ideology you choose…
Research & ScienceNintilMay 17, 2022
Unsurprisingly, human capital matters more than buildings for scientific output. Also, some evidence for the Newton hypothesis. Equipment Supply Shocks. And how Steve Jobs got a law changed to be…
Art & ArtistsGwenn SeemelMay 16, 2022
VIDEO TRANSCRIPT New York has never had as strong a hold on me as it has on some artists. I mean, I love the history of New York as a…
PersonalMinutes to MidnightMay 16, 2022
My method to implement Indieweb principles and add webmentions support to my Jekyll site is probably the laziest of all. It enabled a decentralized reply system, as well as allowing…
PersonalFinding Cooper’s VoiceMay 16, 2022
I have said for many years that my son Cooper has give me the gift of sight. He is always showing me things. He will stop. Pause. Point. Gasp. Cheer.…
TechnologyLuke’s Wild WebsiteMay 16, 2022
Coding Fonts Following CSS Tricks’s acquisition by Digital Ocean, it seems some projects on their domain have had their DNS entries removed, including their handy Coding Fonts comparison site. Fortunately,…
Art & ArtistsDavid Fisher, Carving ExplorationsMay 15, 2022
We just had our first full week of summer-like weather, and it had me outside working and preparing some material for some of the projects I’m looking forward to. Some…
PhotographyDavid duCheminMay 15, 2022
For years, the article that got the most traffic on this blog was titled “The Best Travel Tripod?” Google sent people there in droves, but most of them didn’t stay long…
Graphics & DesignSilvia Maggi DesignMay 14, 2022
The last design you'll ever make, designing for the autistic community, cautionary tales from cryptoland, the problem with Nielsen Norman Group videos and more. The last design you’ll ever make…
HomesteadingOff Grid and Free: My Path to the WildernessMay 14, 2022
For 42 years, I’ve actively managed and worked in the woods. The forest has been a source of firewood, income, recreation and exercise. Johanna and I cannot imagine living anywhere…
TechnologyChris HannahMay 14, 2022
I started thinking about what my hopes were for iOS 16, and the ways I think iOS could be improved. Mostly with the intention to end up with one of…
TravelsNotes from the RoadMay 14, 2022
This is how I pack my packraft and a giant, ultra-stable landscape tripod into packed luggage, allowing me to photograph in lagoons, marshes and harbors around the world.
TechnologyBradley Taunt’s BlogMay 13, 2022
This is the last post from this RSS feed. My personal website has gone through another major structure overall and those wishing to continue following will need the new RSS…
Food & Drinka whisk and a spoonMay 13, 2022
Guac is my usual tortilla chip dip, but I’m game to switch up taco night botanas with something as tasty as this Black Bean-Chipotle Dip. This couldn’t be easier…just whiz…
PersonalMahima Vashisht – Womaning in IndiaMay 12, 2022
One slow weekend day, I was watching Hannah Gadsby interviews on YouTube, as one does. Okay, it wasn’t a weekend, but a weekday. And okay, it wasn’t slow – I…
HomesteadingGranola ShotgunMay 11, 2022
I just returned from a trip to Las Vegas. I was ready for a little post pandemic adventure and Vegas is just so easy. It was good to get out…
PersonalManu – I writeMay 11, 2022
I'm gonna break with my usual programming of weird posts to write about a few work related things. This is my personal site after all and I do have a…
HomesteadingHearthwilde – At Home With NatureMay 10, 2022
Almost a year and a half after my SIBO diagnosis, I realize that dealing with this gut ailment has changed me in many ways. Some of theses changes are ones…Keep…
Personalsimply.May 10, 2022
Over the last month, I’ve been working on the resurrection of bulltown. It’s a new take on content from the bulltown archives, circa 1997-2004 inspired by so many sites I’ve…
Personalkottke.orgMay 9, 2022
Hello, everyone. I’m going to be taking an extended break from kottke.org, starting today. I’ve been writing here for more than 24 years, nearly half my life — I need…
Film & EntertainmentStephen FollowsMay 9, 2022
Today’s topic comes from a reader. They are in pre-production and were challenged by a stakeholder on their casting choices. The objection came from an experienced professional who said “My…
PersonalCraig ModMay 9, 2022
Ridgeline subscribers — Hello, hello, hello. Many of you have joined in recent weeks after reading my New York Times piece on Kii. Welcome and thanks. I’m Craig Mod, and…
Technologybbblog by bbbhltzMay 7, 2022
Promises were made, people. I’m not talking about flying cars, I’m talking about the people that were supposed to make those cars and the cool things to go along with…
PersonalPiper Haywood — If lost, please returnMay 6, 2022
This is my custom bash prompt, as defined in my profile (~/.bash_profile). It includes a custom character for the prompt, the path, and the Git branch name (if any). The…
Research & ScienceRestricted Data: The Nuclear Secrecy BlogMay 6, 2022
This is second post of a two part series on this topic. Click here for part one. Did the Japanese offer to surrender before the atomic bombs were dropped in…
TechnologyBaldur BjarnasonMay 6, 2022
This is the only photo I have of my old Mac Performa. Taken when I was moving out of student housing at the University of Iceland, hence the empty shelves.…
Blogrolls & Searchi.webthings hubMay 5, 2022
Moving a macOS window by clicking anywhere on it (like on Linux)[charlieirish]
TechnologyGreg MorrisMay 5, 2022
I recorded another episode of my podcast last night, and the guest gave me such an inspiring speech that I almost wanted to release the episode straight away. I won’t,…
PhotographyDenise Bush’s Photo BlogMay 4, 2022
I’ve never adhered to any kind of schedule for blogging. I simply post when I have recent work and themed projects to share and archive. Then today I realized it’s…
TravelsRolling Steel TentMay 4, 2022
 I'm putting this blog on hiatus. Not much to write about lately. Other things require my focus. See all y'all in a few months, maybe. But here's a photo from…
Poets & Writers & BooksWendy Pratt Writing – I will tell you how it wasMay 3, 2022
Imagine this: A line of women poets stretching back, back through history, back through through layers of crinoline and taffeta and silk and underskirts and corsets and back, and back…
Poets & Writers & BooksHOOTMay 1, 2022
The Department of Lost Propositions by: John Ling John Ling is a drummer and composer based in New York. His writing has appeared in Rust + Moth and ONE ART
TravelsOne Hundred RabbitsMay 1, 2022
Hey everyone! This is the list of all the changes we've done to our projects and apps during the month of April. We'll also be reporting in our on position…
TravelsLuxagrafApril 30, 2022
One of the central conceits of the modern world is that we can make things happen. That we can reach into the world as if it were the proverbial watch…
PersonalDarice de CubaApril 29, 2022
For the past two years, I have given talks about transcripts at the Dutch Podcast Festival and I have coached students on creating podcast transcripts. Podcasts have been gaining popularity…
Poets & Writers & BooksThe Casual OptimistApril 26, 2022
We’ve almost made it to the end of April, so that’s something. Thanks to Daniel Benneworth-Gray for the mention earlier this month. It surely means… The post Book Covers of…
PersonalGingerlyApril 21, 2022
There was nothing on the nightstand but your glasses and ereader. Pooled in a small beam of light they stood out in the corner of the room. A pair together…
Poets & Writers & BooksThe Maven GameApril 16, 2022
There's a moment in The Doors: Ray Manzarek, the keyboard player, asks the band for five minutes alone (five minutes!) to put together an opening for their new song, "Light…
PersonalCJ ChilversApril 15, 2022
Why particles don’t exist, the best title ever for a haunted house book, and inspirational garden offices — it’s all in the latest issue of the newsletter.