Lifenotes #26: January 2023
Lots of TV, but not much else.· 2 min read ⏱️
- The house is finally on the market!
- Had a work trip to London that I extended to hang out, that was nice 😌
- Come as you are: I was in love with this book about 5 pages in, would highly recommend it!
- Searching for Susy Thunder by Claire L. Evans
- I am not a supplier by Thomas Depierre
- Abbott elementary: watched series 1 and it was a fun watch.
- Atlanta: I haven’t watched the 2 latest series so decided to watch it from start cause it’s a fun show.
- Kaleidoscope: this was a bit meh, I don’t think the “random order” gimmick made much of a difference to the story.
- Rashomon: a screening of this came up at my local indie cinema so I decided to go see it on the big screen, and it was great!
- Theory-building and why employee churn is lethal to software companies by Baldur Bjarnason
- History of Web Browser Engines from 1990 until today
- The menu: I didn’t think I’d enjoy this going from the trailer, to be honest, but it was a great watch.
- On the rocks: this was meh, but I was feeling meh, so wanted to watch a meh film, if that makes sense.
- Crashing: this was short and sweet.
- Disentangling Frameworks by Michelle Barker
- Tiktok's enshittification by Cory Doctorow
- A league of their own: a feel good, easy watch.
- Feel good: I love Mae Martin, that is all.
- Trevor Noah: I wish you would
- Romesh Ranganathan: The cynic
- The last of us: I don’t think it’s hitting me in the feels like it is everyone else, cause I played the game, but it’s still an excellent show.
- The white lotus series 1: kinda fun, but overrated in my opinion.
- The comeback: I really tried, cause people rave about this show, but gave up about 3 episodes in.
- New Yorkers Never Came ‘Flooding Back.’ Why Did Rents Go Up So Much? Getting to the bottom of a COVID-era real estate mystery by Lane Brown