Krita, Tablets, Rick Gervais, and Facemasks Oh My :-)
@kev yeah agreed about the dog scenes. And what I loved was how it made me laugh out loud and then hit me right in the feels. So so good.
Making banana bread for my dad since apparently he's like me and really doesn't need or want anything for Fathers Day. Except a visit from his granddaughter and possibly some banana bread. 😀
Learning three new things at the same time isn't wise. In fact it's frustrating, tedious, maddening... and fun. :-) Hooray for YouTube and #Krita !! This is so frickin' horrible but I'm proud of it anyway. LOL
You know it's amazing how quickly you abandon something when you have to hit keys 3 times to get them to register. Sadly the keyboard replacement procedure was rated 'very difficult' on a repair tutorial site. It was at that very point that I shopped for the new one. Too old for that s*&#! :-)
You hear that Google? Bring back G+! ;-)
Well it's about fucking time.
On a roll during this pandemic. Already more blog posts written in the last two or three months than in all of either 2018 or 2019. :-)
Umm... I'm liking this remote working thing:
RSS never disappeared, it just became a bit forgotten about as people got sucked into proprietary platforms. I have used many different RSS apps and services and have come back to hosting my own (https://apps.nextcloud.com/apps/news) but Feedly, Inoreader and Tiny Tiny RSS are all good alternatives.
It's Time to Get Back Into RSS | Daniel Miessler
This is the very first PC game that I bought for my very first PC (a 386DX-33). My interest in auto racing was literally built on top of this very game. It was one of those tough games that took real effort to be good at. And for quite a while it blew away other games with more eye-candy but way less realism.
Structural engineer, Dad, and geek, with a penchant for dogs, design, and pizza.
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