Lake Geneva (Lac Léman) area is always a topic of choice for #mapmaking.
Lake, rivers, mountains, vineyards, trains, castles, etc. there’s always something to add…
In 2019 I challenged myself to draw 12 maps. This is map 1/12. It was a more complex one than o expected and the arrival of our baby daughter also delayed a bit my illustration plans. Hopefully more will come soon. I really want to make a map of Iceland…
Building a community from scratch on Mastodon is hard. I reached 39 followers after around 7 months on mastodon.social them migrated to mastodon.design, currently at 7 followers which is a tad disappointing…
I decided to start crossposting again from Twitter for a while in order to create more discussion on both ends. I'll keep visiting Mastodon of course.
I set up a few options to exclude somme toots of tweets from crossposting automatically. We'll see how it goes.
Mon bureau à domicile a tout récemment laissé sa place à la chambre de notre fille. Mais j'ai travaillé trois ans à la maison dont deux ans à 100%.
Je suis en train de rédiger un article sur cette thématique. Je ne veux pas l'articuler comme un guide mais vraiment comme un retour d'expérience.
Est-ce qu'il y a des sujets que vous trouveriez intéressant d'aborder?
Pour le moment j'ai: le confort, un espace dédié, horaires, RDV, s'aérer, les animaux domestiques…
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And one of our favourite: "You're right, it doesn't really matter. It's not because you put pink clothes to a boy that he will necessarily become a gay."
Still a long way to go…
We don't know the sex of our baby. We wanted to keep it a surprise and we're really excited to discover this on her/his birthday.
But I'be never imagined it would bother and trouble people so much.
"How did you pick the colours for the bedroom then?"
"It must be problematic to buy clothes in advance"
That sort of things…
Because it's a well known fact that a boy in a pink pajama will in fact explode. And a girl with a dinosaur on her shirt will be scared for life you know.
I’m so happy to use @firstname.lastname@example.org for my analytics!
It’s open source, privacy friendly, not tracking or recording any personal data, it’s simple and easy to use, and @email@example.com was great to help me with my questions…
It's so easy to rant on social media when we're not happy about something. But I also like to point out when things go especially smoothly.
I've experienced top notch customer services from these companies recently:
• @SpotifyCares@twitter.com helped me migrate to a non Facebook Login account
• @MOO@twitter.com helped me get rid of Facebook Login
• @HP@twitter.com sent me a free tonner cartridge after I reported a defective one
Just wanted to share.
I'm sure some clever fanboy bro will eventually say "just put your finger somewhere else, duh…".
I don't hate the Touch Bar, but I've been using it for more than a moth and I still find it gimmick-y at best, distracting at worst.
I think I have an equal number of accidental and non-accidental interactions with it…
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