This Bad Plus Joshua Redman album isn’t new or anything but I have been enjoying it this winter
@shanecyr Have we ever discussed Peter Gabriel’s oeuvre? I feel like we should have by now.
Lol. As we surfed for something to watch last night, I literally said “I have zero desire to watch a choose your own adventure movie but will Instapaper the inevitable WIRED puff piece on how it was made”
(Btw BIRD BOX wasn’t all that great)
I was gonna write something about the latest Electron jibbajabba but Owen Williams wrote this
I’m, I think it’s fair to say, categorically skeptical about Silicon Valley, especially it’s near deification of dudes. That said, I thoroughly enjoyed this profile of the two Googlers who created Map Reduce (among other tech) and set Google on the path that led to where it is today.
Here's something I wrote about filing my first Freedom of Information Act request https://bert.org/2018/11/18/flying-for-thanksgiving/
I made four trips to the NYC board of elections office to make sure I was registered. The final time they seemed to have me so I requested an absentee ballot. Vote.org still didn’t see me as registered after the deadline passed, which made me nervous.
My absentee ballot showed up yesterday!
It’s too hard to vote in New York
Hello! My talk from CornCon 2018 is now online. It is called "The history of cron" and is given in the character of a man who gradually realizes he is not speaking at CronCon, a conference about the UNIX time-based scheduling software, but rather at CornCon, a conference about the popular grain known as "maize" in many parts of the world.
Toots for days.
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