I guess now that my desktop PC is on the fritz, I’ll finally get some use out of my Raspberry Pi.
As a parent, I’m not in this space anymore, but I can image the added complexity of the ‘always on’ connection we have with our phones places on parenting today, especially those with young children.
“Toddlers cannot learn when we break the flow of conversations by picking up our cellphones or looking at the text that whizzes by our screens.” - Hirsh-Pasek
The dangers of distracted parenting are real.
Me and fellow trainer Mark Tasker were joking about having our holographic self projected into training rooms. I stumbled upon the work Aubot are doing and, well, it’s not so fetched of an idea as we thought, especially if you used something like this, which is available on the market now:
They tell me a well designed life means a life well lived. I should shake the dust off of my design doc and see what’s what.
I woke up with this tune in my head:
“The thing to do,” says Maslow, is “to find out what you are really like inside, deep down, as a member of the human species and as a particular individual.”
It was a cold and rainy day. So what did he do? He decided to make a first pass at clearing the attic of STUFF!
Life is less stressful if you submit yourself to all the accidents of fate and fortune. At least that’s been my experience.
I’m finally on my home. 12 hrs later than I should have been. But hey, that’s the nature of random forces outside of your control.
I don’t understand the logic of airports sometimes. Like now. Having my boarding pass scanned and ID checked by a machine, then taking 5 steps and having a human do exactly the same thing. At least the human did it with a smile.
I have a head full of fog this morning. The craft beer I comforted myself with late last night probably didn’t help. I woke to the promise of a free breakfast, which turned out to be a mini croissant and a coffee. Real breakfast doesn’t start until an hour after I leave. 😞
I have some time to kill. Unexpected layover. (@ Hotel Allegra in Kloten, Switzerland) www.swarmapp.com/soulcruze…
The strike affected 180,000 passengers. This is the mayhem I faced getting off the plane. All these people need new flights or a hotel to stay in. I managed to get sorted quickly by jumping into the first class queue.