When you’re waiting on someone and they’re 15 mins out. It’s basically lost time for me that’s spent wandering around trying to look like I’m not impatient.

Has any research been done on physiological responses to weather?

Eg. Sleepiness due to rain or lack of motivation due to storms?

Working on a theory that's likely flawed.

I've been on this newsletter for a few weeks now. (A friend got me beta access. 😉) Even power users will benefit. I know I have. 👍🏻

twitter.com/_MikeSchmitz/statu

Wireless systems are nice (audio/video/network), but I'll take a hard line every chance I can get. It's one less breakpoint I have to worry about when I'm concerned about longevity and stability.

Another instrument panel back up and running. These are fun little projects. 🤓

Turns out, seal coating a 6,000 square foot driveway is expensive. Who knew? 🤷🏻‍♂️

Gotta love clean up after a big production. Here’s hoping they all go back in the right spot. 😂

It's a hustle day. 8-9 hours of video editing for work ahead of me. And I know my brain will be mush by noon. 🤷🏻‍♂️

Finally took the time to build a scrap wood holder so my messy pile can be slightly less messy. 😆

The more time I spend with data capture systems, the more I realize “lack of resistance” is paramount. If it ain’t easy, it ain’t happening.

I can’t say I ever expected Bookworm to be put in the same list as Joe Rogan and Tim Ferriss, but here we are. 🤗

twitter.com/vivekarvind/status

This is amazing! I didn’t know our biggest rating spread was on The Crossroads of Should and Must. Well done, @selfire1@twitter.com!

bookworm-stats.pages.dev/

Sometimes, “kill your darlings” is a hard pill to swallow. But it’s also better that way.

joebuhlig.com/saying-goodbye-t

Predetermined system review schedules work well when your projects are cyclical and similar. But when project diversity is the norm, it seems that awareness of uncertainty is the better “review needed” indicator.

I’ve officially shut the doors on the forum that enabled comments on my site. Time to remove the pieces I don’t spend time with so I can focus on those that I do. 👍🏻

I’ve started downloading my step counts and posting them to my site. And I stumbled across Oct. 8, 2021. The day we moved into our house. That’s a lot of steps!

joebuhlig.com/steps/2021/10/08

Soooo.. I hyperfocused yesterday late morning until the end of my workday. Which means I completely missed the Apple event. 🤦🏻‍♂️

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