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We have a gooseberry!

jabel

24 May 2024 at 14:29
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Today was launch day for an endowment management system that a group of us have been working on for 18 months—and so far, so good. This is the third such system we’ve built over 20 years because there’s nothing on the market quite like it. Great system, well-managed project, but I’m glad it’s over!

jabel

24 May 2024 at 01:59
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It’s been a frustrating few days trying to get the finish right on this leaf of my in-laws’ table—and I still don’t have it right. But I’ve learned a lot more about finishes and techniques so 🤷‍♂️

jabel

24 May 2024 at 00:29
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A clarification on what I posted earlier: I am not saying that everyone is right about the object of their anger or anxiety. Obviously there are a lot of crazy ideas out there. But that anger and anxiety has its source in a correct evaluation that too many things are too consequential right now.

jabel

23 May 2024 at 15:41
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The stakes are too high for everything now. This is a direct consequence of centralization, efficiency, economies of scale–all terms describing the same phenomenon. Why are so many people so angry? Is it because they’re irrational and emotional? No. It’s because they rightly perceive the stakes.

jabel

23 May 2024 at 14:40
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Adam Savage’s lathe display (source)

jabel

23 May 2024 at 01:58
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Rachel just harvested this huge pile of lettuce from one end of our raised beds and it didn’t even make a dent. It’s salad season!

jabel

21 May 2024 at 15:44
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Starlings…sheesh. Not only are they:

  1. An invasive species whose introduction can be blamed on Shakespeare fanatics,
  2. Bullies, and
  3. Absolute devourers of seed,

their chicks are noisy and needy, despite being as big as the adults. We don’t harm them, but we don’t love them either.

jabel

19 May 2024 at 15:29



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