Read: Surfacing - Kathleen Jamie ★★★★☆ "you are not lost, just melodramatic. The path is at your feet, see? Now carry on. " 📚 super book connecting archaeology & or relationship with nature. Must try her poems as I've lived all the books of essays. (1st book of 2020) (https://johnjohnston.info/blog/read-surfacing-kathleen-jamie/)
Loch Ard, house and trees reflected Loch Ard Tree Branches reflected
Along the Shore of Loch Ard https://maps.wikimedia.org/img/osm-intl,,56.1822056,-4.42165,email@example.com Loch Ard
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Watched: Happy as Lazaro ★★★★☆ lovely film with lots to think and talk about. 🎥 (https://johnjohnston.info/blog/watched-happy-as-lazaro/)
old CD Roms described in post
Spring Cleaning found some digital nostalgia
System 7.5 my 1st upgrade 1997
HyperCard ~1996 ?
OS 9 1999
SuperCard 3.0 ~1997
10.2 the earliest OSX I can find 2002
Be Very Afraid 2007
Glow The MovieAlso on: Twitter icon Like this:Like Loading... (https://johnjohnston.info/blog/spring-cleaning-found-some-digital-nostalgia/)
I found that the tumblr produced by my raspberry pi (gifs of the sky) has been flagged as containing sensitive media. I reviewed the posts & appealed around 40 of them (4 click per appeal). Unfortunately there are a dozen or so which can be appealed? (https://johnjohnston.info/blog/sensitive/)
Hazel Catkins Into the Light Beach Trees Dumgoyne from the Pipe Track White Berries against Bright Blue Sky
Has a walk along the pipetrack on a beautiful bright day!Also on: Like this:Like Loading... (https://johnjohnston.info/blog/along-the-pipe-track/)
Read: Olive Kitteridge ★★★★★ As good as I expected. I was completely absorbed by stories. Probably the last book I'll finish this year and possible the best. (https://johnjohnston.info/blog/read-olive-kitteridge/)
Watched: The Two Popes ★★★★☆ I enjoyed this a lot more than I expected to. A couple of great performances. (https://johnjohnston.info/blog/watched-the-two-popes/)
I walked out to Duncolm this morning, mostly in low cloud and very poor visibility. Trees around the edges of the Braes are constantly fascinating. (https://johnjohnston.info/blog/kilpatrick-trees/)
Thanks to my On This Day page (thanks to @cogdog for that), I found my review of 2006: https://johnjohnston.info/blog/review-of-my-blogging-year-part-1/ (https://johnjohnston.info/blog/blogging-review-2006/)
Puddles reflecting trees in the park. Mono.
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Book covers, Olive Kitterage by Elizabeth Stroud, surfacing by Katherine Jamie, and Olive Again by Elizabeth Stroud
Christmas Haul of books to read. Bought by those who know me best📚Also on: Twitter icon (https://johnjohnston.info/blog/to-read/)
Read: Rosewater by Tade Thompson ★★½☆☆ I like the Nigerian setting and the less esoteric parts. Found the time jumping annoying on Kindle. (https://johnjohnston.info/blog/11506-2/)
A year of Books (& I love the WordPress display-posts plugin): https://johnjohnston.info/blog/a-year-of-books-i-love-the-wordpress-display-posts-plugin/
Listened Microcast #080 – Redecentralize and MozFest from Doug Belshaw’s Thought Shrapnel
A microcast about my experiences at two events last weekend.
Microcast #080 – Redecentralize and MozFest | Doug Belshaw’s Thought Shrapnel
An interesting and wide ranging podcast Doug.
I liked the concept of seams rather than seamless technology. Likewise I’ve found a bit of friction useful. Slows things down and gives you time to think.
The decentralised session sounds like an… https://johnjohnston.info/blog/listen-microcast-080-redecentralize-and-mozfest/
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