I Never fail to forget how hard these are to write. After two back to back conferences and all the lengthy travel there and back again, I should be brimming with words and thoughts and all kinds of declarations of dreams. And I very well am, mind you. The one-two punch of BDYHAX followed up by Loopconf has left quite a heaping sum of thought on my mind. It’s the post mortem processing that’s taking a pinch longer than anticipated. Should I write up about each separately? The adventure as a whole? Technical breakdowns? Play by play? Barely lucid but colorful prose on the underlying existential crisis all throughout? Nothing? Anything?
You might remember that “Better at Breaking Things” has been the tagline here since day 1. There’s a reason for that.
Sit Tight, I’m working on it…
Got my Northstar upgraded to the v1r2 unit, as well! And on tape this time 😉 Not nearly as bloody as last time thanks to an awesome tourniquet technique using a blood pressure arm cuff. Still involves digging into my hand though, so cw on blood, flesh, and sharp things!
Asking 1&1 support if the clear midday sky appears to be blue:
If I’m in a desert, they will tell me that I should walk down to the river (That doesn’t exist) and pick up the Jackalope or Wolpertinger (also not real things, and not related to where I’m sent) and bring them on down to the SpecificallyNamed market (Thats actually off in Cincinnati) if I decide I want the letter Q (when it’s a yes or no question). If I would rather #, I need to just do nothing for a week.