Such a bummer to watch all the clever technologists who managed to avoid the thrall of blockchains finally get suckered by Markov chains
This is the most servicey thing I’ve probably ever written.
My Disneyland day started very stressfully. But why?
I saw where Mario lives and I have very mixed feelings about his home to be honest
Drinking a beer on the little French street at Universal Studios Hollywood and realizing there’s nowhere to buy a regular candy bar here
I started using Obsidian on December 21 and I’ve managed to add something to it every day since, even if only just a journal entry. It’s really fun to watch it slowly fill with thoughts, and I think I’m more keen to take notes on whatever ideas are in my head than I was before this was in front of me.
We were horrible geese. It was marvelous.
My local Dunkin has installed digital kiosks since last I visited. I wasn’t going to use them, but the cashier cheerily invited me to do so, then watched while I struggled through the interface. I had to scroll to the donuts and then the kind I wanted wasn’t even there, so she said “just choose anything, what would you like?” And then I was ordering with the computer and the human simultaneously. Also the touch screen felt gross.
Computers are bad but maybe this is what I deserve for frequenting a Dunkin in Los Angeles, City of Donut Shops
Today we saw Death of a Salesman starring Wendell Pierce and Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man & the Pool starring Mike Birbiglia. Both were terrific and in very different ways, if you can believe it!
We experienced Andrew Schneider’s Now Is When We Are today, I was overwhelmed and started crying multiple times. In a good way! It hit a lot of the same themes as Arrival which happen to be some of my favorite themes.