I'm pretty bad at writing. I used to think I was better, but it's painfully obvious that I was wrong. It's OK. I like doing it anyway.
Nearly every day I have thoughts about switching to Linux. I like the idea of Linux, but every time I've dabbled in it before, it ended up causing death by 1,000 cuts. I should learn to ignore these urges so that I don't end up wasting weeks of time and thousands of dollars. Again.
...alas, the page that once contained the essence of the human voice has given way to a simulation of itself on the digital screen.
Jeanne Bonner, "On Keeping a Notebook: A Reading List"
Reducing the number of apps I use regularly is a good plan. The idea being that there's no way I can be both productive and proficient at the same time using many different apps. Pick a couple and get really good and get to work.
The only time I use the word "tonality" is while looking at photos made with a 4x5 film camera. Now that's tonality!