I’ve been using D&D Beyond to track my 5th edition characters for the last several sessions, rather than the old school paper and pencil character sheets, and it’s thoroughly good. In fact, I’ve used that website for character creation for the last two randomly rolled characters… my late human druid and my current tiefling cleric, […]
Ahhh, just saw the news that Tool is putting their entire catalog on Apple Music. That’s awesome. I haven’t listened to them in ages because my CDs are who knows where, up in the attic or something, and up until now they haven’t made their way onto any streaming platform. This is great. I used […]
“You know, they talk about people of color. I’m a person of color. I’m white. I’m an Anglo Saxon. People say things all the time, but I don’t get offended.” Rep. Mike Kelly, Pennsylvania Talk about missing the fucking point. How anyone can still support these asshats is so far beyond my comprehension, I don’t […]
After growing tired of the slowness of my Apple Watch Series 2, I decided to eBay that thing and just get a big, sturdy, cool-looking watch. So I picked up a G-Shock GA 100-1A1 Military Series to wear pretty much all the time.
I made the leap back into WordPress territory to power this site. It’s been a grip since I’ve used WordPress for my own purposes, so it’s going to be interesting to see what’s changed. I’ll be making some updates soon and hopefully switch over from this vanilla theme.
I love Things3. It’s the backbone of my daily productivity, from recurring tasks like household chores to multi-step projects. Vince Coley and his lovely website Productivity with a Purpose is a great place to learn all about the Getting Things Done method, and particularly how he uses Things3 to automate and classify every task in […]
Hey, member when presidential scandals were throwing up at state dinners and blowjobs and tan suits and not literally being an accessory to murder? Yahhh I member!
“Struggle porn:” a mosochistic obsession with pushing yourself harder, listening to people tell you to work harder, and broadcasting how hard you’re working. An intriguing piece by Nat Eliason.
There are times when I step back out of my head for a moment and try to remember what it was like having my entire life stretched out in front of me like an endless stream, but wanting nothing more than to hop on a swing and never stop.
The only way to it is to step into the river of tears and the sorrows of your life. The things that everyone is avoiding with everything from drugs to drink to sex and gadgets and whatever else you can distract yourself with, all of it is designed for you to never stop going and […]