• Computers. Boy, I don’t know.

  • Back in a time when a new CD cost a significant portion of my money, 14-year-old me purchased No Need to Argue and listened to it every day on the bus.

  • When people talk about how gross McDonald’s is, it makes me want McDonald’s.

  • That feeling when you want to play Nintendo but haven’t finished your chores yet and also you are a thirty-seven-year-old man.

  • I read Washington’s Farewell Address on the regular.

    “the common and continual mischiefs of the spirit of party are sufficient to make it the interest and duty of a wise people to discourage and restrain it.”

  • If this is a consular ship, where is the ambassador?!

  • Monkey loves you.

  • macOS: “I hope everything works!” Windows: “I’m surprised when things work.” Linux: “Things are never going to work so they might as well be free.”

  • Apple Music’s social features should have a “Private Listening” mode for when I want to listen to Jewel.

  • The only new parental control I want on my computers is the ability to make my kid stop playing with the fonts in her text editor.

  • Your morning’s Venn Diagram.

  • I used to read a variety of books, then my friend recommended The Deed of Paksenarrion. I’m now on book 7 of that series. 📚

  • Ending my day with a little Woody Guthrie.

  • Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime is the perfect game for my little family. My spouse steers, the 7yo’s on shields, the 11yo on the lasers, and I hop around.

  • Tea. Earl Grey. Hot.

  • Look at the cool thing @jeffmueller made for Micro.blog: adnfinder.herokuapp.com

  • I wish Outlook would let me snooze a meeting reminder until a time less than 5 minutes before a meeting. 5 minutes is just long enough that I forget.

  • My latest essay for Richmond Family Magazine is now available to pick up on stands throughout Richmond. It’s about being a feminist father of daughters. richmondfamilymagazine.com/article/o…

  • I just discovered that a child in my daughter’s Girl Scout troop shares a name with a prominent Twin Peaks character and now I’ve got a little bit of the wiggins.

  • Apple’s algorithm shows its geographic bias when it tries to correct my name, Sam, to San.

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