CDN $265 for a single wooden stump. Spotted in a store in Shinjuku. I bet you can get a truckload of wooden stumps for that in Canada
Most legal briefs are pretty dry, but this one is great! Mr. Nutterbutter should be in more legal briefs.
Pro tip for freq travelers
You can switch to the better Nexus with no interviews on Global Entry renewal
(Canadian passport may have helped)
The future has arrived at my dentist. 3D printing my new tooth while I wait
July 31 also known as Off-by-one Day or the day people discover how date math works on UNIX
Carl is lobbying hard, "Dad, don't you want me to drive the safest car on the road?"
And he will be 4-5 months into his learner's permit...
I am pretty sure I hold the current world record for most off-by-one upgrade misses. But yeah, Fis.t and Moo.m definitely have me beat.
When the computers aren't cooperating making marmalade from the fruit trees in the back yard is a relaxing break
2/ But there is a proprietary AMD driver that has OpenCL 1.2 with Image Support, but that doesn't install on Debian 9. I hate computers!
1/ When you spend a couple of hours writing some super-fancy GPU-based image code only to find out that it only works on NVIDIA and not AMD
Odd $123.47 post-mortem.
Any Nasdaq data that is released after 17:16 is test data? Separate the test feed perhaps?
I fly a lot of business class these days, but not like this. Scandinavian Airlines in the 60s
Is there a nicer run anywhere than the Stanley Park 10k in Vancouver? Just here for the day, but had to do this run
In beautiful Victoria for the weekend
Nothing quite like debugging your NAS setup for 3 hours and then finding the fix in an obscure changelog for your managed switch firmware
The new Polaris seats on the 777-300ER are nice. Every seat is an aisle seat, but who needs a large mirror? That laptop stop is odd too.
Ok, I know the word "sushi" refers to the rice, and it doesn't have to be seafood, but c'mon! Spam and egg sushi? (In the lounge at Narita)
One day soba stop in Tokyo to avoid needing a visa for China
The maglev train to Pudong airport is a bit scary. Nothing on the ground should go this fast! 431 km/h is for planes, not trains.
The Shanghai Tower is crazy-tall, and the elevator hit 65km/h getting to the top! Now if only I could see anything through this haze
Saturday night on Nanjing Road in Shanghai
I wish I understood more of this Swoole talk. The parts I did catch seemed very interesting #phpconchina
This is my second LED wall display in the past month. They are cool, but the resolution is tricky
The line to get into #phpconchina
Good morning Shanghai
That smog is far away, right?