My collection of food I make.
My collection of food I make.
It’s possible that some novices may initially be confused by a timeline, but I’d say that learning to read a timeline is a far more valuable and general skill than learning the details of some graphics library.
That’s how awesome Tumblr HTML is. Hoho
5th or 6th grade in China my school built a computer lab, and very, very soon everyone used Comic Sans. It truly captures a kid’s aesthetics.
That means that even users of the standard Skype program outside China are subject to monitoring if they communicate with users of the Chinese version, he says.
Headache from driving, steaming a third egg.
My best yet, I think I got umami today! It’s a moment of triumph. I could do the routine everyday. 6am pspEgg, workout, Antiguacano, work, coconut sorbet, work, cook, sleep. Yet tomorrow is the day I depart, on another impulse.
For a minute I thought I might stay, at least for the week, missing out one or two events I’m not super excited about. I blame my culinary skills.
It was pretty easy for me to settle the lizard brain. For one I’ve mastered for a while now the ability travel stress free. For two I few things had been reminding me of the importance of change. (At the speed of your environment, like applniverse) yesterday I found a way better approach to car mounting my iPhone which is so obvious. Obvious in that I could have at least tried how that configuration felt. But it took me 3 months to try.
I wasn’t too angry about my stupidity but I get the point: keep changing, for Bette or for worse.
And when I think of the new things I ought to do/add to routine, a few very, very important and personal affairs come to mind, and yes it’s time to go, despite the fact that Yancey insisted I learn to pull a espresso shot, and my secret project coming to the scrutiny of my closest friends and it might benefit for me to be there explaining things.
It’s time to go, (well I could come back after I’m bored right?) and I left my “mark” in Antigua. It says love.
Not a fan of latte or anything not black though, I tried.
I suggest donating them to Starbucks.
Panic analysis the adaptor:
The good news? If someone complains that this insignificant plug costs $50, tell them it’s a tiny computer!
“Anonymous Coward” validates panic’s analysis, says that the guys are working on the output quality.
Glenn Fleishman reports on how people who wants homosexual marriage banned think.
Why bother? For empathy.
She’s a bigot and lacks empathy. It’s worth understanding her point of view, as we continue to need to counter it to increase the amount of love and happiness in the world
Kidding, here’s a quote from Mark Sisson
Rather than try to stifle that intrinsic part of their being and risk creating the unfortunate abomination known as a tiny, prepubescent, stressed-out adult, what if we could somehow work with their natural proclivities to make healthy food appealing? Wouldn’t that be awesome, effective, and far easier than fighting them?
It’s hard, but it’s art.
When I get out of trains in New York I am constantly jumping right into Google Maps to figure out where I’m headed.
It takes practice to enjoy the city or your company while also not getting lost to a newly discovered place.
And sometimes, you want people to see you — not a device you’re wearing on your face. One that may or may not be recording them right this second.
I don’t think it will ever be socially acceptable to have a lens constantly pointing at people.
If the team had told me I could sign up to have my current glasses augmented with Glass technology, I would have put pen to paper (and money in their hands) right then and there.
I’m sold, take my money if you can make my glasses navigate me through the city!
Just downed a huge whole foods pizza. (And woke up from the comma)
I had been living on mainly eggs and purple sweet potatoes, sometimes grass-fed meat/innards and a bit of coconut oil for weeks and never felt anything afterwards.
update: stomach ache
There are those who hate seat recliners who don’t mind themselves not reclining and those who didn’t know or don’t care about anyone reclining.
Let’s appeal to airlines that they ask for a preference on seats. People who picked non-reclining can sit together.
Yet people like Dan Kois may spot more social problems like the distracting light from laptop screens and the arm-rest conundrum and realize that either more clever solutions like mine should be implemented or the imaginary downfall of western civilization is to be whined about.
You guessed it, if you aren’t blessed with the female preferred quality of a tall body, keep calm and enjoy the flight.
Marco contributes towards reducing the world’s total annoyance, and Merlin adheres to his principle. I trust them so next time on plane I’ll resist the temptations. Yet the article both of them linked to helps their cause, no.
Dan Kois, maybe 6 feet tall — he didn’t confirm but alluded to the fact that relining a seat could bump into a tall person’s knees — had been suffering from bad TV watching experience and having to rest the laptop on his stomach. Both are valid annoyances (not as annoying as a seat pressing against a tall person’s knees), but beyond that Kois talked more about his feelings, unveiled the real culprit two thirds into the article and ended with
But I won’t complain, because at least everyone else will be exactly as uncomfortable as me.
Unlike Marco and Merlin, Kois is just stuck in rationalizing his discontent towards seat-recliners. It seems to me that he got worked up, found that people over 6 feet are miserably disadvantaged against seat-recliners, got more worked up, then whined about comparatively minor annoyances he himself experienced, throwing in facts here and there without analyzing how it supports which of his many claims.
This article makes Marco’s and Merlin’s stance less noble.