I can also recommend https://
Jeg er nyankommen til Emilio Hestepis's oeuvre. Pt rålytter jeg "Bygget kun 4 læsehest" med stor fornøjelse. Havde aldrig tænkt på bibliotekarer som pushere for filologer. God fornøjelse: https://
Fuck, I love this. https://
This tool for house hunting (UK only for now, it seems) is amazing: https://
Great work @elxsy 👍
Oliver O'Brien's presentation from cycling@tea-time seminar on the impact of the lockdown on bikeshare in London, the UK, and the world in general: https://
Watched "Chair Times" today, a documentary discussing the development of the chair from 1807 until today. From luxury good, to functional object, to an art statement and back to luxury again. Well worth watching https://
I resurrected my old blog from the death of a PHP upgrade. I haven't updated it since 2013. It has a blogroll that I haven't updated in at least as long. I went through some of the sites I have on it They are still great sites. I like that smell of old handcrafted websites.
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I managed to get some sourdough going, thanks in no small part to Hessam for nudging me for a good part of a decade to just baking do it. Thank you. Below is loaf #2 in its natural habitat. It's not perfect, but it's heaps better than my other bread baking routine. That one still makes a good bread, but the texture and taste is so much different from the sourdough bread.
As if that wasn't enough to propel me to hipster stardom, I also managed to sharpen my knives, after neglecting them for 7 years. Shame on me. Now they can actually cut again. When I bought them they came with a sharpening stone, that I successfully ignored using, but for some reason managed to hold on to in spite of moving 3 times since I bought the knives. Photo is from before I started sharpening, which explains why it looks so neat:
I survived the sharpening, and the knives can now cut again, instead of merely displacing matter by force.
Apart from that, looks like it will be a while before normality returns.