Waking to sounds of wind and rain was an accidental blessing this morning.
Leaving i-devices downstairs at night should be a regular thing. I mean, if sanity matters.
It’s nice to breathe through two nostrils.
I like that better than, “You’re only as happy as your unhappiest child.”
Thumb typing sucks.
What’s John Bolton’s deal?
I’m sure I don’t want to know.
After hearing a talk about the relative virtues of handwriting and five-finger keyboard typing last week*, what I’m wondering is: are there any virtues of thumb typing with ducking autocorrect?
Millennials don’t answer their phones. Or mine don’t.
anything can become a house.
Unfinished things create points of tension.
Which do you prefer — possibilities or closure?
Sometimes I snarl. Example: “you must have a macro for ‘I’ll do it tomorrow'”.
You can often predict who among your friends will be afraid of dogs, but the ones that love them might surprise you.
It’s not a race. Life.
The questions (and subject of tomorrow’s post) are: how do your manage your news intake and what sources do you rely on?
* Michelle (MsUncertaintyPrinciples — side bar) posted a talk about writing vs. typing last week on FB. It’s by Clive Thompson and it’s on YouTube if this link doesn’t work.