i see this a lot these days 😅🙈
🙌🏽 Nicole Arbour:
People really think complaining is activism
I've got a story! This morning, like every other morning in the mother, I woke up, got ready, left the house to drop the girls off at grandma's, and head to work. Then, I realized, I was low on gas, like dangerously low, I knew I was not going to make it to work, well perhaps, but it'd be a bad idea. Normally, I'd be like "YOLO, let's do it", living the dangerous life.
The Kombucha mushroom people
Sitting around all day
Nokia is releasing a new version of classic ‘brick phone’ for its 20th anniversary + And yes, it still has Snake! 🐍 READ MORE: t.co/G43szXTC5…
I’d do it for the nostalgia alone. This was my first mobile phone.
tomato-basil soup with a grilled cheese sandwich 🥣 🌿 🥪 ❤️
I have posted about my photography workflow in the past. When it comes to editing photos, it changes from time to time. One thing is mostly constant, I process on either my iPhone or iPad. Using either VSCO or Darkroom as my picture editors of choice. I always bounce between the two. I lock myself using one or the other for months, and then I switch back again. Today, I had a realization.
back at the season
this is exciting to see on the new beta release.
There’s more debate about enabling “Likes” on social networks (e.g. Glass). I’ve written about this before, but in summary: Likes should be available, but should not be shown publicly if you want to avoid gross behavior. This is one of the few things I know I’m right about
Jack knows best.
Comparison is the thief of joy
– President Theodore Roosevelt
When it comes to the style of writing and having a simple personal blog, Brent Simmons has always been an inspiration, in some way. I have been following his work and blog for a long time. Perhaps not as long as many of you, but still. I have read his latest post, In Case I Don’t Write Here Again, a few times, not sure why, perhaps I just like his writing.
suck it, Kraid!