Doesn’t Crono exist for you to place yourself in his stead? An empty vessel, on which you can imprint however you’re seeing the game?
Thank you! I love Glenn Gould’s approaches to the variations. Hearing the difference between his two major recordings (1955 & 1981) is always striking. Had no idea this live middle-point performance existed. And it sounds like a waypoint between those two recordings.
Alan, you did a great job, and I’m certain you’ll end up in a good place. Thank you for all the times you helped me, and for all the help you’ve provided to this little corner of the web.
Worth noting, as covered in the toilet brush guide Jolie kindly linked: most of us clean our toilets in such a way that we don’t let the cleaner sit on the stain long enough before it is diluted by water. If you lower the water level in your tank (a bucket of water poured down hard), you can pour in the cleaner, scrub…
I do apologize for the rather dark screenshots, folks. I could have lightened them in editing, but I suppose they're the truth: you spend some real time in the dusk and dark.
(Shows his "Former editor" badge, nods, walks through side door)
That ice cube tray makes a different kind of ice cube, one which is better for slow-sipping cocktails than smaller cubes. And they're really convenient when it comes to the ice extraction.
So! Not everybody thinks like I do, perhaps, and is easily able to fantasize about their worth in other career fields. But I think it's a good place to start the narrowing of numbers. Who else has had to figure out what they're worth in a non-full-time, side-gig situation?
Thanks for the real-life verification!
Water is still a good idea! Banana is just another avenue to try.
True enough, but their quote comes from an Actual Human Doctor, which was more relevant than the periodical source. Good point, in any case.
How often do you switch between projects in one day? Do you block out time with uninterrupted blocks as a priority, or leave it up to your gut instincts on what to do next?
+1 to Sierra Nevada Celebration. Seeing those red bottles on shelves is when *I* consider the Christmas season to have started.
Have Lifehacker readers run out of amazing, nearly obsessive projects for creating a homemade pizza oven, or have they just all been posted already?
One alternative for those whose hardware won't fly with Chromium, or won't fly well: Jolicloud. The latest build/interface is very Chrome-OS-like, and in fact can be installed as a Chrome "app," so you can maintain a kind of universal start page on your non-netbook systems. And it runs darned well on older systems.
Unless you really want a blender for frozen drinks, get a good food processor. I like those that offer a removable "small" bowl. Making small amounts of pastes/sauces in a big bowl is a pain.
The main "gotcha" is that once you make your first, basic batch of "kit" beer, the spending on equipment ramps up pretty fast.
And third on the Victorinox. Buy a good sharpening stone, too, and use this guide: [www.seriouseats.com] That's a lifetime of good slicin', there.
What bit of software, or webapp, is beloved by seemingly everybody but you?