Astro: Static Sites 3.0
From T. S. Eliot's Choruses from "The Rock":
They constantly try to escape From the darkness outside and within By dreaming of systems so perfect that no one will need to be good.
Amber's nickname: Pork Snorpy
David started using a paper dictionary:
My only regret is not realizing sooner how much I value qualities other than speed in my dictionarying – cleanliness, transparency, loyalty to my best interests, not to mention the refreshing physicality of the whole thing.
Lydia's version of Hush Little Baby:
Hush my little baby Don’t you cry Daddy’s going to buy you a popping sleigh If that popping sleigh pops away, Daddy’s going to buy you a goat with hay If that goat eats all that hay, Daddy’s going to buy you a diamond ring. If that diamond ring breaks to brass Daddy’s going to buy you a cup of clear glass. If that cup breaks again Daddy’s going to buy you a baby hen. If that hen had some chicks Daddy will buy you a clock that ticks. If that clock doesn’t wake you up Daddy’s going to buy you a rabbit skin. There is nothing wrong about that So we’ll eat it up. Daddy’s going to buy you a hat.
We're moving! The audio quality is terrible, so if you want to skip this one: we're moving to Huntsville, Alabama at the end of June. For the fresh start, adventure, challenge, more moderate climate, more outdoor activities, etc. We're super busy now but will probably be podcasting again in August.
The 20-5-3 rule:
- 20 minutes every day outside
- 5 hours a month "semi-wild" like a national park
- 3 days a year off the grid in nature
If I were a My Little Pony, I would have a purple body and curly yellow hair. My name would be "Daffil" and I would be a hairdresser, so my cutie mark would be a blow dryer.
Good article, but the real takeaway is:
On macOS, you can open an emoji keyboard with ctrl + cmd + space. On Windows, you can open one with windows + .
If you’re willing to embrace the grind you’ll look like a magician.
Tim: “What's that song you're singing, Brian?”
Melissa: “It's from 'Wilbur's Spider'.”
Brian: “...You mean 'Charlotte's Web'?”