Good morning. It's 5:04 am and today I'm going to focus on getting my Daybook logs in order. I keep a "Captain's Log", which is just notes like "Paid the mortgage". I also log books, movies, my weight, and meals.
Looking over at copingmechanism.com, it's obvious I still have two blogs. I don't see a way out of this.
I wrote up how I'm logging my weight in Tinderbox.
Well now I've gone and added my Daybook's Movie Log as part of the blog export. It's a little fancy so I'll write up details later.
This is, unfortunately, part of the culture of front end development right now: sky-high levels of complexity are tolerated in application frameworks, in build tool chains, in deployment models and so on, and, when problems arise due to all this complexity, more complexity is often offered as the answer.A response to Rich Harris
I've used some version of Leica M camera since 2004. I love them so much that I recently purchased a brand new MP film camera, which is awesome. Only a month ago, I was finally able to get the latest digital M, the M10-R. Surprisingly, I didn't love it. I wanted to love it. I thought I'd love it. I didn't.
The M10-R was going to be my everyday carry camera. That didn't work out.
The M is a slow, manual-focus, deliberate camera. It's not really suited for just having around taking snaps. It only focuses down to like three feet. Manual focus means that every shot requires two hands. It's very very expensive, so letting it just dangle around my neck while not paying attention to it is a terrible idea. I love the idea of a digital M, but the execution leaves me wanting.
So I'm going back to a Q2 Monochrom :).
It's weird how much I avoid clicking the "New Post" button in WordPress, yet I love just hitting Return and adding to the outline here. It's the same thing, but different, ya know?