I wasn’t trying to distract you, I just had a legitimate thought about unicorns.
A friend just invited me to go shopping at a candy store, the Strand bookstore and then get burgers and Concrete shakes at Shake Shack.
That sounds like an ideal afternoon.
So, naturally, I’m laying on the couch watching Netflix and becoming increasingly disappointed and annoyed at my lack of energy.
Where did Jeremy go? Why did he get such a sorry replacement to fill in for him while he was away? Did he arrive late at the Jeremy Replacement Depot and become forced to rent a discount aftermarket model?
Also, I remember years ago, I had this idea of starting an umbrella corporation that would buy Home Depot and Office Depot and every company with “depot” in the name, making them subsidiaries. I would call it the Depot Depot.
This has been a post.
From Washington Street and Adams Street, Brooklyn, Manhattan Bridge, February 21, 1908 ©Eugene de SalignacHeycutlerish! Is this the same one you’ve photographed?
It is! This intersection is now a small park.
My office is about three blocks and 100 or so years from where the photo was taken.
Several of you commented on my Nixie Tube clock. I posted about it way back before I moved to New York, but I thought it would be cool to show you again!
Every ten minutes, it does a neat little cycling thing to prevent the tubes from burning in. I made sure to capture that.
The first lesson of adulthood is that confidence gets you further than kindness.
The second lesson of adulthood, is knowing this and choosing to put kindness first anyway.
Q:Hi. I think you're just darling. I'm sad when you're anything less than happy. I hope that your day is joyful.
You are too kind. I don’t mean to make you sad, and I am sorry.
I saw my team win live, today. I’m working on the rest.
The thing about programming is that you can spend the best part of an hour thinking something is impossible, and then solve everything with a single line of code.