• This week was, for some reason, slightly exhausting for me, though I can’t point to any one specific event or series of events that caused the exhaustion. I had a fairly standard work week, and then enjoyed a visit from my sister this weekend.
  • While she was visiting, we played World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King - A Pandemic System Board game and Small World of Warcraft, two games I picked up a few years ago but hadn’t had time to play. Both proved fun, and I hope to play them again sometime soon!
  • Also this weekend, I had the pleasure of watching an amazing performance by the Concordia University - Chicago Wind Symphony. It’s been many years since I attended an event of this nature, and I didn’t realize until afterwards how much I’ve missed it. All of the performers did a fantastic job, and it was a delightful way to spend an evening.
  • In the generally-interesting category, I ran across DropDMG when reading through a blog earlier this week. While I don’t have an immediate need to distribute macOS applications, knowing that such a tool exists could be useful in the future.

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Listened To Link to heading

  • Accidental Tech Podcast: 577: Colorful Criticism
  • Clockwise: 543: I Hear The Boxes Are Much Bigger
  • Clockwise: 544: I Would Like It To Actually Be Good
  • Congressional Dish: CD288: Government Funding 101
  • Connected: 492: What is the But For?
  • Darknet Diaries: 143: Jim Hates Scams
  • DTNS/Good Day Internet: Tom Has a New Book - Editor’s Desk
  • Getting Things Done: 249: GTD and Personality
  • Late Night Linux: 271
  • Linux Matters: A Mini Swap Adventure
  • The Omni Show: How Michael Darius Uses Omni Software
  • The Rebound: 485: EeeeeeeUuuuuuuu
  • Upgrade: 502: It’s the Way Towards Colour
  • We’re Not Wrong: About Nancy Pelosi’s Stock Portfolio and California’s Minimum Wage Law

Watched Link to heading

  • The Completely Made-Up Adventures of Dick Turpin, S01E01-S01E03