Instead of being asleep at 09:52 on 28 March 2015, kitt created this:
I hadn't realized that GitHub provides suggestions on new repository names.
I was amused by the Glowing Tribble:
The Scaling Archer has promise:
Massive Adventure? Sign me up?
Okay, I stopped looking at Spawncamping Computing Machine. Do we really need spawn camping machines? I argue not.
kitt decided around 19:46 on 27 March 2015 to publish this:
Oh, boy, Friday nights are great! Living the high life!
Written with a loving hand by kitt some time around 10:25 on 26 March 2015
I went to a learning mindfulness class this morning. It was the first of an eight class introductory series on the practice of mindfulness. 15 people had signed up for the class, which was to start at 9:15. By 9:13, only 6 of us were there. One guy showed up 15 minutes late. It happens, even when we try not to be late.
We all took yoga mats, set them on the floor, and sat down. I noticed the same dynamic in most introductory classes: everyone lined up in the back of the class room. I understand on an intellectual level why people do this, I've done it myself in the past. What I don't really understand is why adults do it in a classroom setting for classes they have chosen to take. Which means you should be completely unsurprised that I sat near the instructor, and talked directly with him. It's one of those, "wow, this is outside my comfort zone, I best go all in," sort of things, I guess.
Written with a loving hand by kitt some time around 17:52 on 25 March 2015
"Aren't you glad cars were invented?"
"Well, given that I haven't known a world without cars in it, I can only speculate whether the world is a better place with or without their having been invented. My personal happiness aside."
"Does that mean you're glad they were invented?"
"Consider what would exist if cars hadn't been invented. Maybe we would all have hoverboards instead."
"What's a hoverboard?"
"A skateboard that floats in the air."
"It wouldn't work in winter."
"How do you know? Do you have a hoverboard?"
"I don't have a hoverboard."
"So how do you know they don't work in winter? Maybe they have some kind of anti-snow repellant thing."
"You'd be cold!"
"Why? Hoverboards could have heaters."
"No, they couldn't."
"Well, how are cars heated?"
"I don't know."
"With heaters and from the engine's excess heat. Hoverboards could do that, too."
Yeah, kitt finished writing this at 19:47 on 24 March 2015
"It must be strange talking with something you made. Something you shaped, molded, created."