This is a double-featured Week of Links because I’m so late getting it online. This covers this past week, and the week before that one.
As you can tell these posts are becoming harder to keep on top of, and as such I am going to have to put my ‘Week of Links’ on hiatus for a little bit. Life has gotten way too busy and I simply don’t have the right amount of time to dedicate to these posts. Also I want to start focusing on longer term projects. That means that they’ll be less regular updates from me, but hopefully with more things to share when I do update.
For now please enjoy this latest Week of Links.
Life is all sorts of slow right now. Ever since I finished my college degree I’ve been reveling in the glow of unemployment and pet-projects. It’s a glow that doesn’t waver, however it was never all too bright to begin with.
Just a week after I clocked my final hour of undergraduate learning I took a vacation up to Boston to visit my brother and friends. It was a great trip, one that I remember more fondly as time passes. The most memorable event of the three nights I spent there was undoubtedly the unbearable heat. Every night there I would wake up at least once in a full-bodied sweat. Upon reflection it was one of the most cost-efficient saunas I have ever purchased. Save on air conditioning, embrace the heat, clear your pores.
Coming back from Boston I hit a bit of culture-shock. I didn’t realize how fully I had re-embraced Boston life. It easily took me a full day to readjust to the dull-hum of suburban life. It’s horribly dull, this suburban life.
Yet it was short lived for three short days later I was traveling again, this time to Toronto. This was my first time in Toronto, and my second in Canada. The experience driving up was tame fun, punctuated by a ten-minute period of torrential rains. Aside from those moments of acute terror nothing horribly eventful occurred.