Writing on Saturday. I did miss the last two weeks. This was only partially intentionally, but it’s something I kind of was okay in avoiding.
I didn’t work yesterday, as I was about to exceed my hours for the pay period. With the Shmocon delay, it was even worse.
So coffee today didn’t happen until almost noon.
There’s football this afternoon, this evening, and tomorrow.
The Saints aren’t there. The For(mer)skins aren’t there, either. I’m really beyond the point of caring.
I can root against the Iggles, but that might be done pretty quickly.
So….bear down, and wait for the rescheduled Shmoocon.
Way behind on my podcast queue, too, as things have opened back up the past two weeks.
Didn’t get much last night with the HRGeeks Jitsi meeting last night. I started watching Don’t Look Up, but I didn’t have the energy to finish it. I did today, however, and, well, I get where they were going with it.
The concept was similar to my concern with the asset-backed currency folks. As I’ve said, with the predictable response of, “shut up math *(#,” the currency supply needs to increase at a predictable rate, in order for pretty much any sort of modern finance to work.
(And I get distracted looking whether charging an origination fee is okay with the Islamic prohibition on charging interest. I’m not finding a quick answer…)
I need to respond to an email. But I really don’t have the energy to really get into it.