Great article on the history of Tyndale’s Bible translation.
This post has been passed around a lot, for good reason. I recommend it.
One of the most clarifying things about the Coronavirus is the live demonstration of where power really lies. Ben Thompson’s take is interesting as always.
Rewriting Goblet of Fire today. “Durmstrang Forever! This is for you Hermionini!” Crumb cried to the sky as Cedric breathed his last under the crushing foot of the Hungarian Horntail.
Pascua is here again.
Cycling in the mountains really can’t be beat.
I heard somebody doesn’t like voting by mail. In Washington state we vote by mail by default and I love it. Turnout is high and it’s easy to do. Can’t wait to vote by mail this fall. I hope that people who don’t like voting by mail like who I’ll be voting for, but they’ll probably be disappointed.
My oldest just got her first phone and sends me approval requests to install apps a few times a day. I do not understand the things she wants to install.
Sewed myself a face mask. Feels pretty great and I think I might like sewing.
I’ll be fasting on Good Friday, you could too.
Onward was delightful.
Tried a new kind of salsa today. It was a battle. Spice was falling like ash from the sky, heat underfoot like hell itself. In a war like this, emerging alive is the only victory.
Put a kettle bell next to my desk to use during breaks. Not sure if it’s genius or not.
SLC friends, Banburry Cross is still open. You just have to call an order ahead or go through the drive through.
Added an audio player for blog posts. First example here. I’m hoping to make more use of it if you’d rather listen to my writing than read it. Next step is a podcast feed.
I wrote about my hopes for what happens after COVID-19.
Consumer internet service appears to not have been built assuming everyone would actually use it.
I wrote about how to lunch when coronavirus is in town.
Probably wishful thinking, but what if cursor support is part of a plan to use iPads as ARM dev hardware after a processor transition announcement at WWWDC?
The new Magic Keyboard supports the previous generation iPad Pro. That is unexpected and very nice! I’ll probably stick with my current iPad and buy the new keyboard in May. It’s my favorite computer.