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Great lunch with @allbombs. He reminded me about the show Halt and Catch Fire, which many people have told me about but I haven't watched yet. Rather than doom scrolling for an hour, I am going to try and watch an episode before bed to chill out.
Flat tire afterwards was less great. I've actually had a number of flats with my Radrunner. This time, I found the shard of rock or ceramic and it punctured the outer tire tread all the way to the inner tube. I forced it in with a screwdriver and was able to partially inflate the tire.
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2020 10 05
14:58 i have this picture
in my head of weaving through a futuristic, alternative landscape to the tune of purity ring through a battlefield, but it all feels so slow and peaceful slowing down for me to not relish in, bt to witness the destruction of society slowly and with chaos - but yet with an artistic rhythm.
16:16 for daily standup - idea!
log all the commits show you the commits during standup can group into different projects
how can i track time on each of my tasks efficiently? can this be implicitly measured with industry tools? how can i make this data visible to me but not my employer? –> this is so important
Local graph view
I had a hack about and got the beginnings of a local graph view working per page on my wiki.
It's based on the graph visualisation code in org-roam-server.
I've turned it off again for now, as it's super hacky and really slow. But could be good with a bit of tweaking.