Käthe Kollwitz, “Die Mütter” (“The Mothers”), woodcut print from the “War” series, 1921-1922. At the British Museum right now.

I'm slightly obsessed with Emacs and org-mode these days. It's super powerful to have an org file open side by side with my code!

- I'm zoomed in to a particular subtree of my (huge) todo list for better focus
- Org gives me a space to think "out loud" about implementation and to keep notes, along side the actual task list
- The SCHEDULED tag means it will show up on my agenda for today.

I'm enjoying this very much!

And now I’m going to install Arch, btw 🤷🏻‍♂️

(And by “now”, I mean “tomorrow”. Good night!)

Step 3: Flashing! Had to fix a few things in the script because I’m running it from macOS and it was written for Linux, so for example expects GNU Grep instead of BSD Grep 🤷🏻‍♂️

When you’re really enjoying nature but also know it is constantly trying to kill you by allergies

's time formatting is whack, by the way. The way to set a format is by writing your own representation of the timestamp "Jan 2 15:04:05 2006 MST". Why? Because:

Hacking with for the first time today trying to add some functionality I need to Chrono, my time tracker of choice (My fork: github.com/gueorgui/chrono/)

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