While I finish a roll in the current camera I’ve been scanning manuals in the evenings. I’ve had a stack of other stuff to scan forever so since I have it fired up without the film adapter…
Kinda looks like my sweetie.
… But you have an address so you’re getting our junk mail.
I’m still shooting a roll of Fuji print film in this camera. More images as soon as I finish the roll.
Update 3 February 2016 — images from the Fuji 400 print film.
Another morning, a quick check of Gmail. Nothing out of the ordinary until I want to log out.
I close the browser and kill all of the history. I don’t leave the “Stay logged in” box checked on purpose. Maybe Firefox is being weird — I check using Safari and it’s the same. I can kill the Firefox Gmail session but then I will be leaving the Safari session in limbo. Oh well, I kill the FF session, close Safari, and clear its history too. I’ll have to try to figure it out later when I have time.
Now a couple of hours later…
Perhaps I was hasty in my judgement. Hanlon’s razor: “Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity” although some versions add “but don’t rule out malice“.
M sent me an email with a link to a Paul Krugman piece in The New York Times.
It got me thinking. There should be a cat in any war room so they are reminded that:
- Life has value: Aw, look at that fuzzy little face.
- Action or inaction has consequences: I didn’t change the box and he shit in my briefcase.
- Senseless evil does exist in the world: Will someone please put that mouse out of its misery? It’s making me sick.
Merry Christmas everyone!
When they’re almost empty
She went away
Leaving sea ice and sadness
She looks like a marmoset
And she knows how to use it