Shards of Earth, a book by Adrian Tchaikovsky https://oku.club/book/shards-of-earth-by-adrian-tchaikovsky-qvcvc
Fun start to a series. Less of a space opera, and more a space adventure. Many characters of which I'd love to read more about. Will surely read next in series.
@roberto I understand us nerds that have the insight re: their move to Electron giving it a 🤨 but I believe the 1P team, which is heavily invested in by Apple, could not have made the decision lightly. They very well may be making the move to improve the user's overall experience.
First Look at the Official Readwise Obsidian Plugin https://medium.com/@benenewton/first-look-at-the-official-readwise-obsidian-plugin-5d553c0d0521
Looks very good. Will likely change a few workflows to use ir.
Best thing I've heard/read this week: Posifactive https://everydaysystems.com/podcast/episode.php?id=57
Added Four Thousand Weeks to my reading queue https://books.apple.com/us/book/four-thousand-weeks/id1530819924
In contrast to the Caribbean attitude of “Just wait until the rain passes.” https://www.seattletimes.com/life/outdoors/we-belong-out-there-how-the-nordic-concept-of-friluftsliv-outdoor-life-could-help-the-pacific-northwest-get-through-this-covid-winter/
Once in Oslo, I didn’t wake up for a run because it was raining. My Norwegian friend couldn’t fanthom why: 1) I didn’t call to cancel, and 2) what rain had to do with it.
Everyone is horrified. But I can totally see the use-case for Amazon’s home camera drone. https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/24/21453709/ring-always-home-cam-indoor-drone-security-camera-price-specs-features-amazon
Geek from Venezuela in Costa Rica.
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