I don’t understand why anyone buys these knives. They are always garbage.

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I know the kids love it, but the worst, most tedious parts of any Harry Potter book are the endless quidditch sequences. The best strategy is to fast-forward though them, just like any song/verse passages in the Lord Of the Rings books.
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We have arrived at the Cape.

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I love this idea. It seems like a much better plan than paying Tesla or whoever to manufacture tons of no -recyclable batteries full of chemicals that will end up in rivers and oceans.
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The Most Important Skill Nobody Taught You – Personal Growth – Medium:

According to Pascal, we fear the silence of existence, we dread boredom and instead choose aimless distraction, and we can’t help but run from the problems of our emotions into the false comforts of the mind.

The issue at the root, essentially, is that we never learn the art of solitude.

That seems about right.

Using Safari Reader Mode on a per-site basis

Oh my god, how have I only just learned that this is something you can do?

When you load a page in Safari, long-press on the Reader Mode icon. You’ll get the option to use Reader Mode on all sites, or to always use it on the current site.

Awesome.

I am spending some quality time this afternoon hacking together a user support request workflow out of Google Groups, Zapier, and a Trello board. What’s the worst that could happen?
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I am having to draft out a preliminary timeline for a project I learned about two days ago involving a platform I know very little about.

Listening to Testament’s Deep Roots Of the Earth is definitely helping me with the process.

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Between Facebook eliminating cross-posting via API and Twitter continuing to put the screws to third-party clients, the platforms are kind of making my decision to drastically cut my usage of them for me.
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I am trying to get used to a new running schedule and it is not going so well.

With a new job and the resulting new schedule, I have to switch from a mid-morning run to running first thing when I get up at 5a.

I don’t mind the time so much, as I am usually up that early anyway. Rather, I find my legs are super-stuff from having been in bed all night that it’s like running through cement for the first mile. It has knocked nearly a full minute off my average pace over the 4.5 miles I run.

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