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So, we bought an electric car! 2019 Kia e-Niro 64 kWh that’s only got a few thousand kms on it, practically brand new. All the fancy features: CarPlay, LED headlamps, sunroof, heated seats+steering (!!)

In September last year, I started the process of exchanging my Australian driver license for a Portuguese one. Got all the necessary documents and submitted the application to Instituto da Mobilidade e dos Transportes (IMT). Because of the pandemic and various containment measures, most... micro.jpoh.blog/2022/03/02/in-

Fucking hell. It’s really happening. Can’t believe the Russian invasion of Ukraine is actually happening right now.

Yup, NFTs are going great.

“musical artists logged on to the internet to discover that their songs had been “minted” as nonfungible tokens by a platform they’d never heard of called HitPiece”

slate.com/technology/2022/02/h

Gong Xi Fa Cai, Happy Chinese Lunar New Year, welcoming the year of the Tiger 🐯

📸 Day 26/365 - New speakers - got a pair of Kanto YU2 desktop speakers.

📸 Day 24/365 - Objet D’Art - Picked up this interesting metal sculpture from a homewares shop in Lisbon the other day. Need to find a better spot for it though.

📸 Day 19/365 - Wines at the supermarket. I think someone arranged them by their metallic foil colours.

📸 Day 20/365 - Empty parking spots at sunset. Candidate for r/liminalspace maybe?

📸 Day 18/365 - Close-up of the cutting of the Tasmanian blue gum

📸 Day 16/365 - Lemons. Lots and lots of lemons (not ours, unfortunately)

📸 Day 17/365 - Very strange-looking eucalyptus trees. My plant identifier app says they are Tasmanian blue gums, but they seem to be growing in clumps rather than a single tree trunk.

Have fallen a bit behind with my daily photos, I have a few queued which I’ll be posting shortly. Apologies in advance for the photo spam :D

📸 Day 15/365 - Flames - Portuguese chouriço being grilled on a ceramic assador.

There have been quite a few new things in CSS in the last few years (with decent browser support too!) and I’ve had a few moments of ‘oh you can do that now?’ in the past week as I’m redesigning and rebuilding my website. What’s New Since CSS3 on CSS Tricks css-tricks.com/whats-new-since

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