By the way: My team at Mozilla, Firefox Accounts, is still looking for a Senior Software Engineer. If this at all appeals to you, you should apply. Even if you think that maybe possibly you're not Senior enough.
On the walk today my son was observing the flow of a river over rocks and around a bend. He was being his typically motor-mouth self and narrating his thoughts out loud. As he notes the speed changes of thin waterways vs wide ones he muttered how the river was just as strong in the wide part, but moving more water looked slower.
My 7 year old kid just figured out hydraulics on his own.
#smallpoems Choose Your Own Poem-venture
Please pardon the #SelfPromotion, but if you've been following my exchange with @lazarski with interest, you might be interested in knowing that back in 2013 I wrote a short #ScienceFantasy story that deals with the tension between the individual and authority called "THE MILGRAM BATTERY".
It's available on my website under the #CreativeCommons CC-BY-NC 4.0 license.
I stumbled my way into an Instagram area filled with memes that weren't for me. In this case it was big trucks and custom... truck things. I don't even know what to call it.
There I was, swiping through page after page of images and text. Thousands of likes glittered before me. Comments laughing and agreeing that it's "so true!" One post was just a picture of a truck and the caption, "when you tell the shop to make it look like it's named Kyle." But why Kyle?
All geekdom is wonderful
I need to do a blog post, but as ALL the best people on the Internet are on the Fediverse:
Last January, I sold a story to the Pulphouse anthology "Snot-Nosed Aliens." At #Penguicon 2019, I read it. Aloud. Before a live studio audience and everything!
The anthology is out, so... here it is.
If you've never tried my fiction, it won't get any easier than this.
Reader of things.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko