The in-development default theme for #WordPress 5.6 (Twenty Twenty One) is a definite vibe:
DuckDuckGo's Tracker Radar (list used in Safari's Privacy Report) has found calls to Google on 82% of all sites. Facebook scripts come second (34% of sites).
Google Analytics is the most popular third-party connection (Google owns 8 of top 10 calls).
Totally happy to loop back around on (actually) reading it — slowly and intentionally — once I get a few more titles off of my pile.
Over the weekend, I blasted through the audiobook of Jenny Odell's "How to Do Nothing" at 2X.
I enjoyed it very much. However, as it was wrapping up, I bumped the speed up a couple more fractions of an X so I could finish it before I got through the evening's dishes.
This led to the realization that maybe I'd missed the point a lil bit. 🙃🤦🏻♂️
@jan I refer to kitchen sink plugins as "all Jetpack'd up" — in a derogatory way — but I do get the appeal of an all-in-one suite for most end users.
For the second time in 184 days, I went inside of a building that wasn't my home.
Even though I was in the doctor's office for _maybe_ 10 minutes — and was fully masked and goggled up — I still came directly home, stripped down in the garage, and took a Silkwood shower.
Not gonna catch my ass slipping, Rona!
@BrianEnigma P.S. If you *really* want a good dopamine hit, the Internet Archive's VHS vault has a ton of 80's and 90's TV recordings of stuff like MTV with commercials intact.
@BrianEnigma We still pay for cable (Sarah, ever the 90's kid, really likes to flip around) and record old MST3Ks on the DVR to get those sweet, sick day nostalgia hits.
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