I’m playing around with the new Ubuntu “Baggy Beaver” or whatever they call it.
I prefer Mint for Linux exploration, but this ain’t bad.
I see @dayone sync is alive again.
Time to check the status page for what happened info.
So Israel is blasting Syria. Again.
I was in Italy when the so-called 1967 Arab-Israeli War occurred.
It seemed anyone near the Mediterranean Sea was on HIGH alert.
I wonder how it’s going now.
Day One has “identified an issue, we are working to solve it, and will bring Day One Sync back online as quickly as possible. We are also looking for ways to avoid this in the future.” Indeed.
I am not the only one to experience @dayone issues. I chased down their sync-status page <help.dayoneapp.com/day-one-s…> and learned they “had a significant sync outage and Day One sync will be offline for an unknown period of time.”
Fret corrosion like I’ve never seen before. EVO fret wire after about five years. There is very little fret wear from the strings themselves.
The Day One journaling app sync is failing me today.
The world needs a novel whose central character is a vampire pirate named “Oarlock”.
Pro (littr box) tip: Do not apply charcoal directly to pet.
More Syria activity.
Micro Monday you say? This is likely my first ‘Micro Monday’ posting. Busy day: Something happened in a New York courthouse; the rain finally stopped in this vestige of the San Juan Islands; and I am three frets short of completing the current guitar work.
I’ve been using Twitter for quite some time because of the writers and (a few) guitar folks who hang out there. And some useful news as well, though I pick and choose that very carefully. The micro.blog experience is most refreshing: There’s no shouting.