Awesome pants arrived here's how you give to yourself: be your own best friend! They are slightly large, but reading up on the material, I can expect them to shrink a bit the first wash. I can even intentionally shrink them a bit using a warm dryer. Otherwise I could use either suspenders, or put … Continue reading Awesome pants arrived • Art Progress • Coding in Python • Applied for another job • New game stream channel • Dinner • Litter Picking Rover Robot
Lakeside photos Walking to the lake again today, taking pictures with my FairPhone2. It is the only properly modular cellphone I know. Kick-ass. I look forward to this becoming industry standard eventually. I found a solar-powered Canadian laptop (http://store.solaptop.com/ ) but I'm unsure about its upgradability/modularity. Neither do the company say anything about the ethics … Continue reading Lakeside photos • The ultimate nut & berry taste combo? • We all deserve love • Profound Eating Exercise
I have chosen to enter another Minecraft related competition to challenge myself to do pixel art! Like the last one, where my Pumpkin House got placed 16 out of 56, it is on Planet Minecraft, and the theme this time is robots, and I immediately got an idea, helped by a drawing I did perhaps … Continue reading Making a Minecraft skin
Morning Practicing Gratitude I woke up really late, at 10. But since I wore socks and pajamas pants, leaving bed was not a problem. I had wanted to apply for a job between 7 and 8 in the morning, but since I had disrupted the schedule I had planned, I felt reluctant against doing anything! … Continue reading Managing Monday
We are often asked to use special characters. But this doesn't help us remember them! A neat solution to this dilemma is to replace letters with symbols having a visual similarity, and you will feel and recognize the proper word in the password when its written. Some simple letters to replace S with $, O … Continue reading Let’s Learn: How to Create Memorable Secure Passwords That Look Like Art!
After taking my parents advice to return into the Swedish social security system, we took an energizing walk around the beautiful mix of residences and wilderness in Vallentuna. Here we are at rune stones telling the history of ancestors in the age of the Vikings, a millennia ago. Full pictures of the stones to learn … Continue reading Back on track
The most common keyboard layout, often referred to as QWERTY, comes from one of the early typewriter models, over 140 years ago. From being part of a tool only used in certain professions it is now something almost everyone uses daily. The QWERTY layout grew out of necessity and convenience during the early stages … Continue reading Reclaim your keyboard! (and your fingers)