I’ve been scanning some very old photographs for a school reunion. When I saw this one I thought the girl in the centre of the back row looks like a time traveller from their future.
This month’s audio book is Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s Sunset Song, a book I was forced to read at school and initially loathed. Now I reread it every couple of years and it endlessly delights me.
Good to see the Rego travel app finally getting a bit of love under a new owner.
I’ve just pressed the button on the first big purchase of 2019; a Ricoh GR III camera.
I started using Better Touch Tool to replace the functionality Apple robbed me of through their Premium Touch Bar™. sulluzzu.com/
After waiting patiently far too long for Apple and third parties to take advantage of the TouchBar, it’s time to take matters into my own hands.
Another object in my ‘spark joy’ blog posts. My Kyocera ceramic cooking knife. sulluzzu.com
I’m enjoying listening to audiobooks of the James Bond novels in the order that they were originally published. That sequence elevated my prejudiced assessment of Moonraker’s merits that were formed from the Roger Moore era movie.
I always enjoy the distressed type in this sign whenever I see it.
Just a thought that’s bothering me. What are the iOS apps that fill the space of apps such as Tinderbox, Curio, DEVONthink and TheBrain?
A new theme for posts on sulluzzu.com. Why there are certain things I really enjoy using.
The temperature inside the house in our so-called ‘pantry’ tonight. Hopefully the beer won’t freeze!
It always delights me that people getting off buses in Edinburgh generally thank the driver.
I was reading Don McCullin’s autobiography and he said that when he was a boy people looked out from their home. With the advent of television this changed and people started to look into their home.
One of the highlights of the weekend was the chance to see the Moon in St Giles Cathedral.
After hearing a podcast ad, I took a quick look at the Blinkist service. I got as far as one of my trigger phrases¹ that has me reaching for the OFF switch―“thought leader.”
1. Another is “and now on Radio 4, Money Box”
I just realised I hadn’t archived last year’s email in MailSteward. Even though I am confident with FatsMail and trust them, it’s still good to have the reassurance of a local backup. It’s an application I run once a year but don’t begrudge the costs of keeping it up to date.
I received my Studio Neat pen yesterday. It’s lovely but unexpectedly the packaging revealed my brother spells like cork!