Day 39. Is this a snowmoth?
TFW I see an old old blog post that saw exactly where startupland was going: https://megnut.com/2000/04/14/ive-been-thinking-a-lot/
There's this cathartic moment in Waiting For Godot when one of the protagonists suddenly shouts "people are bloody ignorant apes". But on reflection, Beckett was being thoroughly unkind to all the other ape species.
1) Ed Yong is an incredible science writer and you should read all of his work.
2) This is bad ass
a mastodon instance for people who like drunk curling
me when i say im logging off to write but im still browsing my feed
Day 33. Temporary art on the downtown viaduct that closed to cars a few weeks ago and we'll finally be getting rid of altogether over the next few months.
Whether you call it Imbolc (which was yesterday), Groundhog Day (today), or International Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day (also today, this year), happy midpoint through winter! ❄️🌷
I didn't even notice the champagne cork on the floor until I posted the picture. That's from the dusty basement of my office. Not the most obvious place for that kind of party....
Day 32. My commute's not always so beautiful. Today I was grateful for things like waterproof clothing, indoor bike parking, and having had the presence of mind to pack a change of socks on an otherwise very disorganised morning.
Large Hadron Collider? More like Large Hadron COOLider. I have nothing intelligent to say on this topic. The LHC is awesome.