In this limbo-esque period of time I'll be thinking about what I want to tackle in terms of personal projects this year.
The foremost project will be my time tracking infrastructure. With Ledge I now have a good way of tracking my time, and once data starts accumulating I'll need a way to visualize and make inferences based on that data.
I might totally steal the visualizations from @joshavanier's log 😉
Over the past few days I've been doing a whole lot of nothing, and it has been pretty refreshing.
I've sunk 20-odd hours into Assassin's Creed Odyssey and have been having a blast playing it. Single player games usually can't hold my attention very well, but I've just been absolutely engrossed with Odyssey.
I've also been spending a lot of time with my fiancée as we finish putting the final touches on our wedding, which is fast approaching.
I was just looking at the accounts I follow on Twitter(1000 of them), I think about a third? Maybe a quarter of them have been abandoned?
I have recently noticed that there was increasingly more Japanese tweets in my feed, and less things from people I knew. I guess a lot of friends have left and didn’t really say anything. Some people I’ve tried to look up on Facebook and their profiles were gone too. Have social networks died without me realizing it?
I spent some time tonight working on Ledge, a command-line utility I'll be using to help me with my time tracking.
Ledge is written in Rust and is open sourced under the MIT license.