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Don't wish you could do something - wish you would. Then do it.

March 5, 2024

When it's time to delete an app. Also, planning for the solar eclipse, liberal arts, a conservative who actually is, instrumented mouth guards, Maggie's link to airline turbulence, and the ACM's Communications are now available.

The version of the facts that we see and learn are based on someone else's opinions.

Don't wait til it hurts to stretch. Also, man's first calendar was really woman's, girls team prevented from playoffs, play a board game with Terry, Mathtoons, Cory Doctorow's catalog, Maggie's link to every Scranton Strangler theory, and building games for the Playdate in Swift.

This was the first talk I gave after Kim died and it was a raw one about getting the most out of your time. I gave a more refined version after my dad died.

'For ever' begins a new chapter. 'And Ever' never ends.

March 19, 2024

When are we done learning and what happens then? Also, context is everything, phsycists' five jokes, The Douglas Adams Papers, 12 Communication Traps, Maggie's link to Jet Lag in Switzerland, and Graham Lee on the YX problem.

15 years since my first post in my personal blog - and the reasons why.

March 19, 2024

A look back at the streaks I've kept this year. Also, a fun video explaining relativity, where toxic males come from, Shel Silverstein looks at AI before it's invented, What did we learn from COVID, Maggie's link to a floating cat sanctuary in Amsterdam, and Ben Cohen on NonCopyable Generics in Swift.

The attention time it takes to bake a loaf of bread is small - maybe twenty minutes. But it requires planning to sprinkle those moments in your day. I'm sure this is a metaphor.

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