My wife needed me to explain the Swedish pension system after we moved and started working here. Good that I'm an expert and also extremely pedagogical.

Found a from the Amanda Christensen shop at a second hand this weekend. Here suitably worn with a Christensen .

news! Changed the proportional fonts on my desktop to Charis for serif and Andika for sans-serif. Seen here in so that you can see it together with my monospace font (slab serif variant of Iosevka) as well.

Charis and Andika are both from : software.sil.org/fonts/

Trying my best to make Thai style ไข่เจียวชะอม (senegalia pennata omelette) here in this new land.

Relief, found a shop that sells ชะอม in my new home town.

Suddenly find myself a little bit less hostile to Github after logging in and finding they now have a "Light high contrast" theme that (almost) disables that dumb grey-on-white text.

All this intercontinental moving has forced me to cut my library down a couple of times. This is currently the whole thing.

Needed something to figure out what furniture will fit in my new apartment and it was very easy with @inkscape@mastodon.art despite me rarely doing any vector graphics stuff. Thanks Inkscape people! :-)

Going from Fedora to Rocky on my personal laptop. If this ends up being not too painful, I'll probably go with RHEL for my work laptop in a while.

What with using Flatpak for all my desktop applications, having a base OS with a slower release cycle seems quite viable.

So apparently I spent my last day in Bangkok drawing a messily tied trainer.

Today, a pink tropical pattern with a Grantchester , with a blue songkran shirt.

About to join a virtual farewell party for myself leaving Thailand after almost seven years. I'm technically on leave already so going casual.

It's sad not to have a proper party with my colleagues, so I hope to be back to visit soon.

I heard they plan to put some cables here underground, but then there will be no shade?!

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