Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 18 📷: finished

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 17 📷: compass

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 16 📷: rotation

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 15 📷: ethereal

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 14 📷: wheels

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 13 📷: animals

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 12 📷: legend

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 11 📷: hygge

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 10 📷: bridges

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 9 📷: safe

These icy stairs were not safe.

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 8 📷: twilight

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 7 📷: spice

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 6 📷: street

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 5 📷: toy

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 4 📷: Sharp

Micro.blog October 2021 Photoblogging Challenge Day 3 📷: majority

Micro.blog October 2021 Photo Challenge day 2 📷: dark

📷 Day 1: Touch micro.blog October photoblogging challenge

Now in Atlanta!

In some personal news, I’m now living in Atlanta! We moved at the end of the summer and are getting settled in. I’m excited to have a new city to start exploring. Looking forward to finding out what fall is like here.

Here’s a photo from the new neighborhood.

Incredible and terrifying GOES satellite images of Hurricane Ida! I hope everyone in the storm’s path is able to stay safe!

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This is amazing! Operating Systems: Timeline and Family Tree

Also, IBM created a lot more operating systems than I ever knew.

Via @512px

Ordered a @Playdate! Looks like I got in early enough that it’ll arrive before the end of the year.

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Toyota Led on Clean Cars. Now Critics Say It Works to Delay Them.

What a disappointment. Toyota used to be a leader here and it’s sad to see them pushing to delay improvements.

See How Wildfire Smoke Spread Across America

I think 2020 was the first time I experienced a red sun and hazy sky due to distant wildfire. Now will this be the new normal for summer in the US?

“When it comes to both feeding people and learning about space, we do not face an affordability crisis: We face a resource distribution crisis. Protecting the deeply human connection we all have to the wider universe should motivate us to ensure that everyone’s basic needs are taken care of. We can afford to do the caring work of sustaining people, including honoring everyone’s right to know and love the night sky.”

Opinion: What Richard Branson and his critics both get wrong about equal access to space