I enjoyed Iris Zaki’s documentary titled “What It’s Like to Grow Up in an Israeli Settlement“. The interviews seem to be part of Zaki’s documentary film titled “Unsettling“. I especially like how it was an interview with Israelis living in Tekoa, a settlement town, by an Israeli. If you’re interested in what seems to be […]
My wife: I’m going to bed early, I’m exhausted. Me: Good idea! I’m just going to have my tea (decaf), watch some quick, random video on YouTube, then I’ll also head to bed early. … I finally get to bed about an hour later, after watching about half a dozen videos about having ADHD.
We finally watched Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and it’s comfortably one of the best movies I’ve seen. The story is compelling, the animation is brilliantly done. It’s just an incredible movie. If you haven’t seen it, and you’re curious, it’s well worth watching. This movie was the first of two movies we have planned for […]
The Web turned 30 yesterday, so I guess this is a belated birthday post about the invention that made so much of how I live my life, and my various careers, possible. In 1989 the world’s largest physics laboratory, CERN, was a hive of ideas and information stored on multiple incompatible computers. Sir Tim Berners-Lee […]
I’ve had a rough week or two with more anxiety and depression than usual. Music tends to help my mood, and “Like Gold” by Vance Joy is one of those songs for me: Actually, I’m really enjoying Vance Joy generally at the moment. Here’a a great playlist to binge with:
I’ve started watching Jessica’s channel, How to ADHD. Actually, I’ve been binging a little this morning. I’m watching one video at the moment in which she explains what happened when she ran out of her medication, and just couldn’t focus: Many people with ADHD are embarrassed that they need to take medication to function. I […]
Brad Frost wrote about the value of having your own website the other day. This quote stands out: Writing on your own website associates your thoughts and ideas with you as a person. Having a distinct website design helps strengthen that association. Brad Frost I had a conversation with someone recently about their site. They […]
I grew a little bored with my current books, so I thought I’d read some classic science fiction. I picked one of Arthur C Clarke’s early books, “Childhood’s End“, and read it pretty quickly. Despite the slightly dated technology references, the story is really well written, and kept me engaged right to the end. I […]