I’m getting my last.fm stats toy updated early this year. Look out, Spotify Wrapped! I’m also using this as an opportunity to try out the very exciting new Quarto dashboards capability.
I’m really happy to have found a group to more regularly run raids – fun and challenging endgame content – in Destiny 2. It’s particularly special because my kiddo is big enough now to regularly run with us and this group of friends is generous and welcoming to them. Last night we completed Kings Fall together, and this raid is a real nostalgia trip in D2, in addition to being a lot of fun. It was kiddo’s first completion of this one, so a memorable one for both us.
I’m really having a good time with Chained Echoes. This was the first pretty hard boss and I had to think about how to handle it, revising my tactics and leveling up my party a bit more before I successfully finished it off. This is a great Steam Deck game for kicking back on the sofa.
This was a nice surprise. I’ve been using craft for a couple of months and received an invite to a few free months of their pro plan after using the beta web app.
I spent a good chunk of my Sunday playing the brilliant Citizen Sleeper. It has this amazing balance of insightful and moving writing, tense mechanics, and gradually revealed countdowns to critical gameplay events. It’s really great!
This revision of ArmoreR is really turning into something I’m happy with and proud of. I’ve learned so much since the very first iteration of this about a year ago. It’s really fun and rewarding to come back to it with a bunch of new expertise and make it much better in all ways, including a new approach to dealing with such a large amount of information.
It was a pretty chilly morning here (that temp in Fahrenheit)! And we don’t look likely to reach that forecast high, either.
Okay, one final (probably) revision of tuneR for today, adding a bit of color and sizing to the plot of tags by artist, to show variation in tag rank within each artist.