8 years or somewhere there around I've had this on my bike. Never took it off once and now somebody stole my cyclometer..
It's not even like a quick act of vandalism, they took the cables, the mount and everything..
Bloody bastards... except you know.. They're probably not bloody and I don't know anything about their parents marital status..
@metagrrrl I used to be so much better with meditation. Thanks for reminding me 🙂
Sounds really nice. Please share a picture or two if you want to when you've got it 🖋️🙂
I spent the entire day yesterday at a themepark and all you get is this silly faced #selfie
I'm often impressed with people who can manage nobuy. My buyless project has its ups and downs.. I'm a periodic buyer..
The question I haven't seen yet.. What pen is it?
@haagen If you find earthsea translated as e-books please tell me. I'd pay good money for that, I've only seen them in paper. My kid is six, she's too young, but nine should be good.
If I'd compare them to something else they're a bit like HP. Young boy stumbles into magic school, then has adventures.. Also the first books are for younger kids than the later ones. That's where the similarities end, other than that they're just better!
what do you think @emelie ?
@haagen @emelie If you have kids, read the Earthsea books with them, otherwise one of my favourites is the left hand of darkness. It's part of her loosely connected hainish cycle and one of her earlier classics.
There are so many good ones, you really can't go wrong. But I do wish I had experienced the Earthsea cycle as a kid. I was young adult by the time I stumbled over them. That's where I started with Le Guin.
@emelie I am in full agreement.
When I got my first own router I named my wifi Mahatma, meaning great soul (according to wikipedia at the time).
I've changed apartments a couple of times, changed routers too but it always felt like the same network so I didn't change the SSID. Same network, same name, right..
This week I got a mesh router system and this can not be said to be the same network.
I have dubbed it Kalessin, after a great soul.
Those were some fun forty-ich minutes. I'm not gonna write an image description for every image, they're mostly the same. It's a wooden puzzle in different states of solve. First the smaller pieces came together to bigger pieces. Then the bigger pieces combined even more and when I began seeing really big pieces with a slight curve to their edge they all just kind of fell in the frame. Great birthday present.
In a decentralised social media it makes sense to host yourself. That's what we decided to do. This instance is run by two nerds, mostly for the why not of it. Feel free to join, and we'll hit you up with an "Hi, who are you?".