How quiet the outside world is after spending the morning in a wood shop.
The YouTube channel where these guys just cut stuff in half with a super high-power waterjet.
Meeting a dachshund named Sinatra.
My mom “ragecrafting” political buttons (e.g. “Fuck Trump,” “Fuck Lindsey Graham”) in cute ‘70s pastel colors.
The hipness of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, whose website links not only to its SoundCloud but also to its public GitHub repositories and a Medium publication.
My friend telling me that I look like a turtle, but a hot turtle, not like Mitch McConnell.
How Field Notes donated $10 for each of the first 500 notebooks sold in their Puerto Rico edition.
Low-tech Magazine’s new solar-powered website inspiring me so much my chest hurt (via Coudal).
Wondering whether their solar-powered server design, which they explained in a guide, could be packaged into a turnkey product so more people can have solar-powered (and decentralized!) websites, or if that would defeat the DIY and recycled-parts nature of it.
How being aware of my draw on the website’s solar energy store caused me to avoid opening pages redundantly (e.g. navigating back and forth from the homepage to subpages), a cool but not necessarily positive effect of the experiment. I wouldn’t want users of a solar-powered website of my own to feel restricted in any way.