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Life: Post-Pandemic

COVID-19 is not over. I must repeat that to myself every day. As a motorcyclist who rides thousands of miles a year on and off road, at track days and long 1000+ mile days in the saddle, I’m aware of risk assessments. The first motorcycle safety course I took in 2016 began with risk and …

Twitter Goes Private

If I had comments enabled on this blog, surely someone would have commented on my now 32 day old post, “Twitter, Nine Years Removed” with “#AgedLikeMilk” and they’d be right except my post wasn’t about Twitter, it was about my usage of Twitter and how I feel the product is looking. I think Twitter is …

Twitter, Nine Years Removed

How best to distill 6 years of prolific oversharing? March 21st, 2007: “I’m using Twitter. Let’s see how this goes.” 77,950 Tweets later…. July 2nd, 2013: “I’m on the verge of ceasing use of Twitter & Facebook.” The time I spent on Twitter over the years wasn’t a lot because a thought would come to …

Linked: Apple’s Mac Studio & 27″ iMac

Via Michael Tsai: I’ve been happy with my 27-inch iMac, after many years of laptops-as-desktops before that, so I had kind of been assuming I would either get anew iMac or a desktop Mac with an external display (to go along with the non-Retina Dell that’s attached to my iMac). There’s no more big-screen iMac, …

Beer: In Memory of Armand Debelder

Via 3 Fonteinen’s Instagram: It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that we announce the passing of Armand.The inspirer of 3 Fonteinen and an inspiration for many, a gentle teacher to his team, Opa Geuze to the brewery kids, and as a second father to some of us. Armand, you will leave an …