Well, that was the short month! I’m always delighted by how much I end up getting done in February, even with a couple days fewer to work with.
I really feel like my routines are getting to a good place again. Some of this is just that the sun is rising earlier again, so I’m more energized to get things done in the morning, but a lot of it was just leaning on my tools and building the process to get things done.
I set up ActivityWatch, and have been playing with it a bit — even adding a small amount of tooling to Zadok as another layer over top of it.
A lot of my time this month was spent working on initiatives for work; not the kind of thing I normally post here.
I do have some things to share, though! I did a little bit of hacking on the web AudioContext API, which led me to making this little slightly-randomized jam: https://dev.joewoods.dev/ghostmusic/. I also ported my favorite editor color theme that I use everywhere to Ulysses, which you can now download from their themes site.
This month, I finished Complicity by Iain Banks. I said in the Iain Banks page:
Starts off a bit too distasteful for me, but once it shakes off the gonzo journalism project, settles into a dissatisfying violent thriller frenzy.
I have done a fair amount of reading, both non-fiction and fiction, but the rules here are that I post about it when I finish it. 🙂
This month, failbetter published just the one work: “Settling in for the Night” by Gregory T. Janetka.
- I typed 825,475 keys and clicked 122,004 times.
- I listened to 1,077 songs.