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Economics & FinanceBits about MoneyMay 20, 2022
There are a few different mechanisms underpinning commonly used stablecoins. Some of them may not perish in a fire.
Travelsgaryvarner.com – Writing blogMay 19, 2022
Finally. After two-and-a-half months home in Ann Arbor, I am on the road again! Other than arriving back too early from wintering in the southwest to avoid winter’s grasp, it…
TravelsHalfieMay 19, 2022
Oh dear - no blogging for three days. Various reasons, mostly that it got too late in the evening and I was too tired. Now we are on a lock-free…
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?…
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…
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…
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…
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…
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…
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…
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…
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…
Art & Artists50 WattsApril 12, 2022
4/12/2022: Forthcoming from 50 Watts Books in 2022 and 2023. While running the bookstore over the last year, I've been working on four books at the top of my list…
PersonalJamie’s NotesApril 12, 2022
Sadly, demolition work will begin on Nakagin Tower this week. I have written of my admiration of the building before. Constructed in 1972, it took just 30 days to erect…
PhotographySomewhere in JapanApril 8, 2022
I don’t know what they will build here, only that it will be different, and that I want to see what I can see here while I still can.
TravelsAndrew SkurkaApril 4, 2022
The 2022 Boston Marathon is just two weeks away, and the most difficult and most revealing workouts of the training cycle are now behind me. So where am I at,…
TechnologyDuck Rowing – by Fred McCannMarch 18, 2022
As I’ve written before, I lost my last iPod when I left it in the back of a cab in Manhattan. The next day I purchased the first iPhone (after…
PhotographyAstro AnarchyMarch 3, 2022
This cosmic photograph is dedicated to Ukrainian people and a deadly fight they are forced to. The whole world is now witnessing the barbaric actions of the brutal Russian dictator Putin.…
HomesteadingDream Valley FarmsteadFebruary 13, 2022
Friday, January 28 We have a closing date – yay! It seems like it’s been a long time coming and I guess it has been. It’s been a roller coaster…
Photographycharlene winfred – looking and hopefully seeingJanuary 21, 2022
Some months ago I started blogging about an injury and subsequent recovery from surgery. I’ve taken those posts down, deciding against documenting my recovery here. Mostly because I want to…
PersonalKicks CondorSeptember 21, 2021
Back at it - scrapchat today (Sept 21st) at 6 PM Eastern with Talita of UH. Starting with the topic of Sunshine69 and moving outward from there. Talita is like…
PhotographyShutter OpenSeptember 17, 2021
If you squinted and sloshed the rectangular flask just a little, a light, slimy scuzz stuck to the bottom. The liquid was filmy, opaque and pinkish. My labmate was groaning…