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First time at Forecastle

Thanks to volunteering for the Denny Crum Foundation, I got to spend some time at Forecastle.   Having known nothing, this is what I would tell myself in the future: There is plenty of space if you’re willing to not be

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Miscellany 17.7.0?

Sometimes, I feel like I’m failing this blog.  This blog was supposed to highlight all the awesome new stuff I was learning .. on my job, mostly.  That is not what I’ve learned from, lately. Its only been 15 days

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Miscellany 17.6

Busy busy .. we’ve had a house getting interior painted, and interior carpeted, and most of my home time has been spent tearing down and putting things back.   Not much time for projects. At work, though, several new skills.  I’ve

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Its been forever.. here, lets watch some ice melt.

One of my gifts to our life was a GE Opal Nugget Ice Maker.     I was curious how stale the Ice could get.   So I timelapsed it.  Here it is, from about 6am to about 11pm:   My guess is

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Inventory of Projects

I’ve been meaning, for a while, to put together a spreadsheet of the (software) projects I’ve worked on in my life so far.   The sheer number of them is staggering. The thought was I could put in enough columns so

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Time Inventory: 1 week in February

After listening to https://www.relay.fm/cortex/44, I decided to do another round of time-tracking.  I had done this twice before — https://geekygulati.com/2012/06/28/where-did-my-time-go/ https://geekygulati.com/2014/06/04/time-use-may-2014/ This time, I used a new tool, https://www.toggl.com/app/timer.  More on that below. Results My time is evenly spent working,

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Levels of Being Freaked Out

The events playing out at the airports freaked me out over the last few days. I realized that my security instinct was kicking in – I’m not directly threatened – but my instinct is still kicking in.  Okay, acknowledged. I

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