Fellow Seattleite and developer Olof Hellman on the phrase “the blind leading the blind”:
Let your guide take you to Pike Place Market and taste the coffee and the piroshky and the crumpets and the nectarines and the chowder. Let your guide take you to the Olympic Sculpture Park, to hear the city and the train tracks and the ferry and the the wind curling around Alexander Calder’s Eagle, and taste the air from the Sound and feel the full force of the sunset. Let your guide take you to Sake Nomi where Johnnie will pour you a flight of Junmai Daiginjoshu and treat you like the Nomidachi regulars.
This is quite the beautiful sentiment. And those piroshky are to die for.
No words needed. Just it watch this. Chills.
I wouldn’t normally comment on any type of concept video, but this one is just so exceptional that I couldn’t help it.
Between Split View and Picture in Picture, this is all I could ever need from iOS 14. Hopefully these are some of the things Apple has in mind this year.
Look, The Magicians is f#@king weird, unabashedly. It’s like mid-20s Harry Potter on opium meets The Chronicles of Narnia with a drinking problem and chronic depression.Casey DeFreitas
This, and the post it’s from, pretty much nails the series. I had never read the books, so I didn’t know what I was getting into when The Magicians first aired. But like many, I fell in love.
If you’re looking for something new to watch during the apocalypse, I highly recommend it.
This is really just wonderful. My family and I will definitely be downloading this today. Bravo CAH!
So today we’re posting a public beta of Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition for free, so you can print it at home and play it right now with your bored family. We’ll figure out how to make money on it later.
LeVar Burton reading a selection of Neil Gaiman stories. What more could we need during these dark times?
Came across this fantastic article today. It was written to help people that are struggling through their day to day lives in this new reality.
This quote really hits home for me. As someone who lived through 9/11 and the wars to follow, this pandemic has such a similar feel.
Fascinating article. Click the link and give it a read. Stay safe.
It’s difficult in the midst of the quarantine to stay motivated. To stay engaged. I’m finding it difficult to work on the projects I’ve committed myself to finishing.
But I’m healthy. And my family is healthy. And thankfully our financial situation allows myself and my wife the time away from our respective jobs.
Secure in that knowledge, a bit of boredom and lack of focus don’t seem like the worst things I could be dealing with. How about I give this website thing and all those little side projects another concerted effort huh?
Upward and onward!