Tag: wil wheaton

  • Just geek out and walk

    Person standing on a road overlooking a valley

    I just went out for a walk in a nearby park. That shouldn’t be particularly noteworthy except for the times we find ourselves in. What made the walk especially enjoyable (well, aside from being out in glorious weather), was the opportunity to just geek out over this interview with Felicia Day on the Id10t podcast […]

  • Rethinking Mastodon

    I’ve been pretty interested in Mastodon as a Twitter alternative, at least until I noticed Brent Simmons’ post. He linked to Wil Wheaton’s post titled “The world is a terrible place right now, and that’s largely because it is what we make it” in which Wheaton described a particularly unpleasant, and unexpected experience on Mastodon: […]

  • Swimming and anxiety

    I just watched a documentary, titled “Waterlog”, about writer Joe Minihane’s journey towards a better understanding of his anxiety through “wild swimming”.