Please pardon my sense of humor.
Thought this up today. If you don’t get the joke, look at the filename.
Just when you think the weather is too cold for spiders, they surprise you. This one showed up on my countertop.
It was small and in a hurry, so only 2 shots came out clear. It jumped a few times, about 20 times its body length in each jump.
I added the image that I submitted with my first data visualization assignment.
This one is slightly better (fixed some errors).
Well, its been 3 months since I decided to start typing using the dvorak layout. I must say that switching has been both a blessing and a curse. One thing that I can say with certainty is that typing dvorak is less of a strain than qwerty. My speed in dvorak still isn’t what it was in qwerty, but it continues to improve.
I rescued this old-school rotary phone, which was being sold “as-is”. After some cleaning, polishing, and wiring, it is back in working order.
Sorry, forgot to take the “before” shot.
For those of you who are keeping score, this is an early-1980s replica of a 1950s french model phone. I’m happy to have found it, and even happier to have restored it.
Ingredients: simple green, goo gone, brass polish, oil, wire, love.
Instructions: add all ingredients to a rare retro phone using a circular motion.
I registered my own domain for the site; the new address is http://tinylittlelife.org.
It may take another day for the update to go through, so you may see a godaddy.com page until then.
276 cpm today. 15% errors. To be fair, I’m starting to run into trouble with the length of text I get to read before I have to type it. If I could read further ahead, I could type words instead of characters…