May 2, 2020 Little Brother
Finished reading Cory Doctorow’s Little Brother during the night and found it to be a fantastic, and eye-opening book that I couldn’t put down. I

May 1, 2020 30 Years Good Omens
Since today marks the 30th anniversary of Terry Pratchett’s and Neil Gaiman’s Good Omens an image my the signed edition that I gifted my wife a

May 1, 2020 Hauska Vappu 2020
It sure is a different “Vappu” this year, but my wife prepared, as every year, some nice “Munkki”

April 26, 2020 Star Wars Backgrounds
Custom backgrounds for video chat are a thing right now, and while similar ones had been all over the place already, I do enjoy Disneys Star Wars

April 24, 2020 New Stationary Day
I have been increasingly gotten frustrated with my current journal, the Rhodia Goalbook, and then ran into the Midori Notebooks, especially the ones

April 20, 2020 2000 Pages of Sandman
While I more or less binged the rest of the series beginning from Vol.5, the first four volumes I read spread out other the last year with lots of

April 18, 2020 Lee Konitz
Saddened to learn that Lee Konitz passed away this week. Lee always had been one of my favourite alto-players and I especially I enjoyed his work

April 17, 2020 chris-potter-on-crowdcast
Oh my! Chris Potter and Bob Reynolds on “How to Approach Jazz Standards” is right up my alley. Looking forward to that tonight

April 16, 2020 Radio Free Burrito
Due my audiobook-habit and my recent TNG-re-watch Wil Wheaton had been in my ears plenty. He is surely one of my listened-to audiobook narrators.

April 14, 2020 In which I went back to using Feedbin
Late in 2019 I started to re-evaluate all the services that I have subscribed-to and or used, then made a list and looked it’s cost and what I

April 10, 2020 I continued my Sandman-binge and finished Vol.
9, The Kindly Ones today and since I’m already at it, will continue with Vol.10 The Wake now. It

April 10, 2020 I just pre-ordered the to-be-released-next-week “The Annotated American Gods” by Neil Gaiman/Leslie Klinger.
I own the annotated versions of

April 8, 2020 For Shits and Giggles as comedian Andy Zaltzman would have put it, I, much to the amusement of everyone else in the family, cut off my beard over the weekend.
For Shits and Giggles as comedian Andy Zaltzman would have put it, I, much to the amusement of everyone else in the family, cut off my beard over

April 6, 2020 Weeknotes #9
And another week is done, suffice it to say, not much has changed. Here’s the gist. This working from home, and hence sitting in front of the

April 4, 2020 In which I found out about "PowerToys"
Last night I had Windows Weekly running in the background while working on some arrangements and by chance I heard them recommending Microsoft

April 4, 2020 Earlier today I finished LeVar Burton’s reading of Max Gladstone’s A Kiss With Teeth on his podcast and enjoyed it a lot and would really like to follow his live-reading of Neil Gaiman’s work later today.
Earlier today I finished LeVar Burton’s reading of Max Gladstone’s A Kiss With Teeth on his podcast and enjoyed it a lot and would really like to

April 2, 2020 A Lockdown Activity: Learning more keyboard-Shortcuts
The other day I learned a few new ones involving the Windows-key and today a few more involving the taskbar. I mean, who knew that I can add

April 1, 2020 cola-cookies
Cookies with cola-taste are almost as bad as one might expect. Not that I couldn’t eat them though

March 31, 2020 Fraidycat
Via a post by Matthey Lang on Micro.Blog and some further reading and clicking I eventually found Fraidyc.at by @kicks, which looks interesting and

March 30, 2020 New Ink Day - Earl Grey
I had been looking for a nice grey ink for use in my Bullet Journal as I start to feel the black I was using as too “contrast-y”. I then found

March 29, 2020 My long overdue "The Books I read in 2019" post
I’m rather happy with the outcome of last year’s list and I managed to read quite a few books. As always there is a lot of Neil Gaiman in there, and

March 28, 2020 This didn’t took long.
I think I had most material down anyway and only load a few videos and audio-files and as of now this is my only blog and my

March 28, 2020 Weeknotes #8
Since the last installment of this series again a few months have passed, but I took a bit of a distance from the blog and my computer and in

March 25, 2020 I’m using the current situation of being more or less locked in and covered with preparations for work, as the perfect opportunity to move my blog back to Blot.
I’m using the current situation of being more or less locked in and covered with preparations for work, as the perfect opportunity to move my blog

March 21, 2020 I am slow with updates during this year, and still have to write some stats-posts from last year among other posts, but at least I found the energy to update my book-log with the books from this year.
I am slow with updates during this year, and still have to write some stats-posts from last year among other posts, but at least I found the energy

March 20, 2020 And my .com Domain is History as well
The other day I let yet another un-used domain I own(ed) expire and with it got rid of yet another piece in the mess of domains and

January 23, 2020 The Thing with Instagram
Over the weekend I gave in and installed for the first time in about two years or such Instagram on my phone and started using it again. Much to my

January 9, 2020 Nice!
Just noticed that the latest Doctor Who season is airing here as well

January 5, 2020 Every time I open Musecore after a little break I wonder why I shell out for Sibelius every month.
Maybe I should be working it for a little longer

January 2, 2020 ″ It’s a perfect time for one of those “shit we’re old” posts“.
Brilliant post on”Wait But Why”

December 30, 2019 Migrated
With only two pages left in my Bullet Journal I know migrated all over to my next one for 2020. I started to used the Bullet Journal method in

December 29, 2019 The Last “Reading-Update” for 2019
While the above were audiobooks, I, at the same time, re-read Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere of which I recently got the used, illustrated edition of and

December 26, 2019 post
During the morning walk

December 24, 2019 post
Merry Christmas (or any other Festivo of your choosing for that matter)

December 22, 2019 I started to read and buy more graphic novels than ever before, which, so far, are all adaptation of Neil Gaiman stories and books.
I enjoyed all of

December 21, 2019 post
T minus12 minutes



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