I’m up late, and I’m making scrambled eggs because that’s what I have left in the fridge.
Here’s a foggy sunset in my neighborhood; this was on my way to the grocery store a few days back. I’ll need to go back in the morning.
It’s not as apocalyptic as it looks of course – just apt timing for the photo. The following afternoon was sunny, with plenty of folk playing/walking/running in the park (with a safe distance between them).
I found myself unexpectedly interested in the legality of milk on the Senate floor, gossip in the cloakroom, and most surprisingly, the impeachment trial itself.
Whether or not you like Cruz – the podcast is refreshingly unfiltered and free from “headline noise”. It’s concise and well-explained for the majority of Americans (myself included) that have tuned out – all without condescension.
I appreciate that.
Apparently, something is resonating. It’s the number one podcast in the U.S., and has been for almost a week.
I would love more shows of this format in the future – not just from Republicans, and not just on matters of impeachment, either.
I freaking love macOS. I joined the club when cat names were cool. My first Mac was a Mac mini rocking Mountain Lion.
Apple’s WWDC19 revealed a glimpse into the future of building software for macOS. No longer will it be siloed with its own UI framework. Instead, apps can be composed with UIKit and SwiftUI, neither of which is Mac-only.
As someone that loves a good native Mac app, the future of the platform looks bright.
Before Apple opens the floodgates with the release of Catalina, I wanted to share my list of beloved Mac apps that are here and now.
I was sitting in a large open stairwell, with gaps beneath each stair that led to the lobby area below. I work as a leader at a children’s summer camp, and right now we’re in what we call “small group time”. I’m sitting in this stairwell with several other kids (think 8 to 11 years old) discussing what we learned today.
Clearly bored with the discussion, one kid decides to push objects through the opening in the stairs, sending them plummeting into the lobby below.