I don't particularly like writing in a cramped space; PDA, mobile phones, or otherwise. At minimum, I will need a laptop. A typewriter works too, but you can't really transmit what it writes to digital form directly, can you? Now, this post is written short to demonstrate that indeed, I can ignore my fickle requirements. Though, I'm sure getting a post longer than this will be painful. Aside from my inane rambling, here are the few things I read, found, and remembered today: - The Asclepius Rod is often mistaken for the Caduceus. - 'Minotaur' is an entity with long and confusing history. - What the heck is the Voynich manuscript anyway? - The Hollow Moon theory sounds rad but it's wrong! - Behistun/Bagastana Inscription is a way to decompile cuneiform to readable languages. - Boogle is a wrapper for Google that goes well with my Mozilla. - Gryphon Morph looks cool. Too bad it doesn't run in my W2K installation. - Why do Steve Jobs and Bill Gates have a glamour shot with similar poses? - Those 'RAM' boosters in Windows. Good riddance. - People should kill Flash Player already. P.S, I have been trying to get Vim to work mobile, but using it here, I reckon, is very wrong. P.P.S, I should re-ink my typewriter. The ribbon dried but I want to try re-inking it instead.
Last updated: Friday, 28 June 2019