I like to come up with looping exercise like this, because they are a quick way to learn some new material and built-up vocabulary and technique.
The thing with the ghost-touches continues and it’s driving me up the roof.
I’m on fire today, many things got done before 15:00 o’clock:
- I wrote two arrangements and finished four others,
- I kind of fixed an issue with the phone, or maybe not (I’m not sure what is going there, but the phone feels very, or better too sensitive to any touch, which causes it to open, or register anything as a click which is near my fingers. I think the term I’m looking for is Ghost Touch. Whatever it is, it’s driving me crazy. Maybe it’s just my fingers, in which case I can’t do nothing about it other than use it with nose)
- I finshed the second book in a week (first John Scalzi: Old Man’s War and Artt Frank: Chet Baker – The Missing Years), and started a new one (John Scalzi: Miniatures, thanks for asking).
The other day I finally (I’m sorry to put it this way) finished “The Night Ocean” and am now thinking what to read next and this is what I came up with.
I used to have a blog on some of these and currently they seem to pop up again
It’s almost as it was a few months ago, but in between there were a lot of changes
Snow falling on the 1st of June. No comment.
I was looking for a Markdown editor on Windows and found with ‘Caret’ a great cross-platform solution
Even though I have been getting more and more accustomed using WYSIWYG editors for writing and blogging1 over the course of the last few months, I somehow have missed my precious plain-text-workflows. Every now and then, like just-for-the-old-times-sake did some work on a plain-text file. Not sure why, but I missed it.
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I guess I’m somewhere between sticking to one move the whole evening and the drink boxer. I might throw in some greetings from the 60’s if I had one too much.