https://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/2018/03/01/inked-readers-advisory/ Several libraries tried out recommending books based on a person’s tattoo and what the tat meant to a person. The programs worked very well! Advertisements
Hi all, After a long break, I’m trying to get back into code, both web development and data analysis. A coworker suggested that I try #100DaysOfCode. I started four days ago and feel reasonably confident this is something I can … Continue reading
I recently got a Google Pixel and was frustrated that I couldn’t use it’s charger cord to connect to my computer. I also couldn’t use my portable charger on my Pixel. I eventually realized what I needed was a USB … Continue reading
I recently finished the book: Mandel, Emily St. John. 2017. Station eleven. Toronto: Harper Collins Canada. Find in a library. This is a book I would not have read left to myself. I read this book because it is part … Continue reading
I recently reread a science fiction classic: Clarke, Arthur C. 1953. Childhood’s end. New York: Ballantine Books. If you haven’t read the book, Wikipedia has a good synopsis. Part of the book describes a golden age of humanity prior to … Continue reading
In case anyone was curious. I’ve gotten stuck in too much political reading and very busy at work. But still intend to write things from time to time.
At the risk of getting TMI with you, I’m being treated for high blood pressure. As a result, I track my blood pressure with an app called BP Watch. This allows me to print logs of my blood pressure to … Continue reading