I'd love to finish 2019 and start 2020 with 60 aggregated phlogs on Bongusta!
Now there are 58 of them.
Dear Gopherspace explorers, could you - pretty please - recommend two phlogs with more than a month of activity?
2-3 Tablespoons of grated ginger,
4 teaspoons apple cider vinegar,
4 cups water
4 tablespoons pure maple syrup
Put ingredients in a jar with a lid. Shake to combine. Refrigerate for at least two hours, best 12-24 hours. Wait for the hottest part of the day and drink refrigerated switchel.
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So grateful that Major League Rugby posts the games on YouTube. That should help build awareness with the universal accessibility the platform. Hopefully they don't rush to fully monetize the broadcasts too soon and undermine th momentum before it can build critical mass in the US.
For now I'll be cheering for Rugby United New York, Seattle Seawolves and soon the New England Freejacks!
Hey, Tunnels & Trolls review from 1975!
Also many issues of The Space Gamer/The Fantasy Gamer
Just backed the keychron keyboard. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/keytron/keychron-k2-a-sleek-compact-wireless-mechanical-ke
Makes it seem even sillier that I hesitating to order the power jack for my laptop.
With my laptop out of commission, I decided to repossess my old chromebook from my child. After an hour of downloading, installing and upgrading, I have a fresh shiny install of Fedora up and running!
However, this won't last long term. Going from a resolution of 3200x1800 down to 1366x768 is painful.
My main laptop died two weeks ago; it wasn't charging. I ordered a cheap charger and tested my laptop. The issue wasn't the charger. I spent an hour and disassembled the laptop and found that the power jack is replaceable. Went online to order a new one and found that a replacement costs nearly $80. Four times what the charger cost. Grrr. It isn't a huge cost but i just can't seem to pull the trigger and buy it.
Sometime around 2006, I stumbled you a website extolling the virtues of #plaintext , specifically the recommendation to use plaintext for emails over html. They recommended preceeding "bullet" items with an explanation mark to indicate action needed, a question mark to indicate something that needed a response, etc. I can't find my bookmark for it anymore and desperately want to reread the post. 50 pages of Google results haven't found it.
I would be grateful if anyone could point me to it.
Just an average, ordinary person. I enjoy technology, FLOSS, board games, mountain biking, kayaking, rugby, and reading. Oh, and beer. And whiskey.
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