In which the Grauniad's "related stories" feature reveals both how crap its algorithm is and how uninspired headline writers can be:
In which Wikidata gets macabre while I'm demoing it
A couple more slow photos:
Here's a lovely thing that Long Beach does:
We also got a beautiful visitor who had to be photographed with a non-toy lens.
Yup, definitely a toy lens, but a fun one.
I finally edited and published the photos from that Cotswolds walking trip back in April: https://www.flickr.com/photos/eldan/sets/72157702721367961
...and blathered a bit about the wonderful walking paths of rural Britain: https://eldang.xyz/blog/2018/12/06/britains-footpaths/
Oh, computer. This pointilist rendition of a coral reef map is very nice, but also completely useless. Y U do this?
I just got a hole in the mail. A hole that I'm excited about.
It's a perfect morning for Chad McCullough & Bram Weijters' latest collaboration - https://bramweijters.bandcamp.com/ - a record that finds a lot of delicate beauty in desaturated colours. Whether they're desatured by mood or just the literal fog that's swallowing the tops of our tall buildings right now.
Statements I wish were less true
Where did the cat cafe find _these_?
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So first of all, are they seriously Columbusing _the water that beans were cooked in_, complete with a fancy new name to make it sound posh?
But secondly, why the fuck were you people throwing that shit away? It's the sauce, it doesn't need any special tricks to not be wasted.
I spent some of the time in the cabin on the lake reading a Pema Chödrön book that is more self-help-y than I normally go for, but the therapist recommended it and I can see how it may actually be helpful. Anyway, one of her suggestions is that sharing things that make one happy is an easy, accessible way to practice sharing joy itself with others. So here are my favourite pictures from the time I spent playing with my camera while there: