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This morning, green with a Christensen .

This is now one of the knots I can do from memory. With my rotation, that's otherwise difficult. Thinking of coming up with a mnemonic system based on the Fink-Yong classification system.

Managed to get out of town this long weekend. Or well, I didn't manage anything. The licensed tour guide I happen to be married to sorted everything out.

In a departure from using only the Siam knot lately, here is my elephant pattern yellow with a Christensen .

Back to the office again. There was no picture this Monday as that was a holiday.

Here's a green Naga pattern with a Siam .

This rainy Monday morning I'm wearing a yellow with a Siam .

Given that this is currently my go-to knot, but it's not commonly described (and I came up with the name myself), maybe I should put instructions somewhere.

In the meanwhile, it's knot 26 here: tcm.phy.cam.ac.uk/~tmf20/tiekn

On this rather wet Monday morning I have a yellow with a Siam .

Since I'm for the duration only go to the office Mondays and Wednesdays, there will be less variety, so maybe I should start mixing it up a bit with the knots.

I just hope that this won't mean that I'll have to transform a bunch of bullshit with no common format nor any kind of reasonable fallback.

Meanwhile Atom: Solid base, IETF standard, supported by a huge pile of software, can be extended in the same way as JSON-LD (because JSON-LD is a pale copy) but thanks to XML you can get a fallback if a schema isn't parsed, which is very important for an extensible format because you can't support absolutely everything that exists in the world.
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Also quite blurry picture today. Didn't see it on my phone before posting. Probably most people will also see it on their phone and not notice, so I guess it's fine.

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Got confused about the day of the week, so today I'm wearing a Thursday , specifically a brown silk one with a Siam .

First time back to the office in about ten weeks. Wearing a black/red square pattern with yellow flowers, using a Siam .

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