I stopped at the Gap, south of Page, Arizona, on a long day’s road trip earlier this week. I’ve always loved this view of the Grand Canyon cutting through the landscape, but haven’t paused here for photos in years.
I see Fuji has – finally? – released the X100VI! Look, my little 10 year old X100S is still doing quite wonderfully, but … it might be upgrade time.
Out and about in indie-blogging this week, the always interesting (check the keyboard posts!) bsag is experimenting with webmentions, and has a method of caching mentions locally that takes me way back to my own first implementation. Indieweb rules!
Well this is disappointing. I’ve been enjoying making a 365 for 2024 playlist, cheerfully adding a song a day. And Apple Music hasn’t actually kept the additions I’ve been making for nearly a month!
I’ve moved away from Lightroom because I’m shooting almost 100% in jpegs when I use my Fuji cameras, and so found I had to do some spelunking to get it up and running again. But now: Whoa. Scrolling through that LR library makes my chest ache with weight of memory and time.
Too much to expect that Lightroom 5 continues to work on MacOS Sonoma? Gonna have to figure out how to get into my legacy album, I guess.
I can’t believe ExpressScripts is trying to Net Promoter Score me. How likely am I to recommend my pharmacy benefits manager to a friend or family? AYFKM. I would sooner fight Balrogs for my prescriptions than recommend a pharmacy benefits manager to a friend or family.
I’ve been thinking some about “expressive” work with code and why I think it’s useful and important, and I wrote up a little blog post about it, over at my Datablog: What do we mean when we say ‘code is expressive,’ anyway?.