I've been going through a sort of nostalgia spell recently in which I listen to some of the music of my teen years, and I'm surprised how much of the lyrics, which I didn't understand at all at the time, have to do with issues that haven't been solved at all and only gotten worse somehow.
There is a young me, somewhen who was on their way to the skatepark, listening to 90s punk lamenting the clear-cutting of old growth in Quebec, and that was just didn't register at all to my teen brain.
for whatever european home owners exist in the town && wider fediverse: remember that you can heat the people and not the space this extremely costly winter
You can still sign up for Thursday's bleeding control class, presented by Philly SRA. It's free! https://iffybooks.net/event/bleeding-control-sept-22/
@suhang's page on "definition via negation"
One of the things I've been thinking about lately is a desire to make my cooking a bit more... systematic? Sustainable? Less one-off meals, more gathering ingredients that can combine in new ways. What can I grow on a balcony? What's in-season? What's more local, even as a city-dweller? Been leafing through "Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art" by Tsuji, and Andoh's two Japanese cookbooks. Want to apply some of the philosophy a bit more than I have been.
I find myself doing a lot of reading on the computer in the morning over coffee, I normally use Calibre's reader but I'm getting be pretty annoyed at how slow it turns the pages and how some of the type is blurry on the Pinebook.
Figured I might as well make my own, I wanted to have a document viewer on the Playdate anyways.
✅ Soft wrapping
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