@TheChrisGlass I’ve been posting once every couple of months just so Twitter might think it’s still “active.”
Then I immediately log off.
Reminder to delete or just not use Twitter.
(I’ve kept my account only so, like, Nazis don’t get it, but I don’t check it or post.)
I’m reminded just now by a letter from the wildlife department that our state governor decided to pick a fight with the tribes here so now if I want a fishing license I have to pay for it.
Before that was a tribal benefit.
This #finalfantasy7rebirth demo has made a change I needed to see from the first game, and that’s the combat: it’s a bit faster.
I always felt like Cloud in the first game felt soooo slooooww. But so far he feels really snappy, and the combat is way better for it.
So it’s only Tuesday, then?
If we go by the iPad, the Vision Pro will get a default weather app in about ten years.
This is a show I think no one really talks about, but it’s in my top 5 #AppleTVPlus shows.
In the new season, we fast-forward six years to discover that Nikki and Jason are experienced adopters who have built a lovely little nuclear family, enriched by an extraordinary support network.
Here is a first look.
@verge So is it easier now to count the tech companies that HAVEN’T had big layoffs this year than the ones that have?
Got my Super Bowl cup ready.
I’ve never tried one of those, and I learned he was a giant asshole before I ever got a chance. Of course now I’d never pick one up off the shelf to even give it a squeeze.
I ordered some new pillows, but I think they might be too soft.
But they came super shrink-wrapped, so there’s no way to really return them in the same state as I got them.
I mean, I’ll keep them, who cares. But too-soft pillows are for fools. Fools!
I know there are memes about this, but there should be a law against sending out emails that “your product has shipped!” when they have only created a shipping label.
Me, googling something: “[search query] -Bluetooth -amazon”
Google: “So you wanted Bluetooth products from amazon, then?”
So this is how you get them to care about CO₂.