I think I left my phone charger at work. My phone has died, so I’ve been without it for maybe six hours. But immediately I have so much more free time.
Maybe this should be a more frequent occurrence.
I had noticed about modernist architecture (like the building I work in) that although there is public space, it’s not used in winter and it makes the area eerily silent.
MADE BREAD TODAY WITH THE BREADMAKER
I stopped writing on Tumblr because the post box is so tiny.
Our Roomba has a sensor that it uses to slow down if it detects an upcoming obstacle. Although it knows something is up ahead, it’ll drive ahead until it actually encounters a solid obstacle. Slowing down its speed but still pushing forward achieves two things: it’s a clever method of pushing through soft obstacles like drapes, and slowing down in anticipation will allow the robot to not smash into objects at full speed.
The roomba can’t see ALL objects in front of it though. It frequently misses thin and sharp objects, like my grand piano’s leg, and bashes into it at full speed.
"Most people are better in the abstract", says this guy in Orange is the New Black.
Okay he turned out to be part of an international drug cartel