Secrets Below by Amy M. Ward & Olivia Cayenne is the companion novel to Secrets Above. It was exactly what I expected after reading the first book. I want to enjoy those books so bad, but it's so so hard. In this book the main character is Lukan, who is (again …read more
Do you have a standing meeting in a Zoom chat? Do you hate having to constantly launch Zoom from the browser and deal with that window that they left open?
I sure did. From previous experience I know how you can create your own application handlers - a common one that …read more
Secrets Above by Amy M. Ward & Olivia Cayenne is an ... interesting book, written by a mother/daughter pair who actually live in the same town I do. I stumbled across the book pair in our library and thought it looked interesting enough for a read:
When the world becomes chaos …
I recently bought a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 from someone on the Facebook Marketplace because I want to be able to play Starbound, and my regular computer is died. So died. My brother-in-law had used his Surface for gaming, which surprised me, but I figured that I'd give it a …read more
I (finally) just watched Black Panther, and honestly it might be my new favorite movie. I enjoyed the heck out of it. I want to see more movies like it.read more
A few weeks ago my daughter R was reading the back of a cereal box. "Start your day off fright with a big blow of melvin!" she read. I died laughing, because the box actually said, "Start your day off right with a big bowl of lovin'."
Good times.read more
Recently I've read some articles about writing blog posts more frequently. I think there's a lot to be said for posting more frequently than what I have been doing (which is improving, but still not great). I do find that writing more often helps me to keep my thoughts better …read more
I just had the craziest dream.
My wife and I were... somewhere. On vacation. We had stopped by this library. We had a rental car. She went to the bathroom while I gathered our things to leave. I got everything packed up and then we were headed back to the …read more
It's interesting that there exist these "moats" in Google Maps. When I thought about it for a moment, it actually is unsurprising to me, and I'm pretty sure that the reason is actually due to an implicit bias. Things might be changing, but I think …read more
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