@SPOOPZ they say Milo on them? Got them randomly I think off Amazon
If you're in need of almost-last-minute gifts for queer friends and you're in the UK, here's the handwarmers I have in stock: http://wiki.polyinpictures.com/index.php?title=For_sale#Handwarmers_in_stock
Most of them are £16 per pair, first class postage is £1.50, happy to post overseas - DM me if you're interested!
Along the tracks in Mountain View stands a line of ginkgo trees, bent slightly, not by Diablo winds or ocean gales but the punctuated wakes of trains.
In fall, they glow Suessian yellow, bright as torches in the early sundown. How strange that the trains bend the tree but the leaves remain. Waiting, I suppose, for the absent rains to pull them down.
Ethical human beings should resign from Google immediately.
"an hour in the shower is the best that you got" https://open.spotify.com/track/18XPe3ppnZ09SAP6YFPquX?si=x1CVyy4IRe2yE3Zhmf6A3w
it's dark out, nothing matters, there is nothing to look forward to for at least six more months, I just do a shitty job at work and parent my kid
(especially now, because there was a COVID case in my kid's daycare class and we're doubly quarantined now with no childcare)
but sure, introduce your brand new girlfriend to our kid, why the hell not
@mindspillage Yesterday I got rejected for a job I thought was perfect for me on a freaking great team. Dejected solidarity!
The best coping mechanism I could find was to do my best wine mom impression and mess around on the new piano (which had great timing arriving yesterday!)
uspol, election, nice ad-free tool
Alex Gaynor made this tracker that shows you detailed updates on votes in uncalled states as they come in to the NYT data feed
"Svelte for Sites, React for Apps" by Shawn Wang https://www.swyx.io/svelte-sites-react-apps/
Interesting exploration of tradeoffs between web sites and web apps, and React versus Svelte. Worth reading for the links alone.
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