What’s the difference between a “Bookmark” and a “Read” in relation to Post Kinds saved here?
I try to define a “Bookmark” as a link to a post that contains useful information that I might want to refer to again in the future. A “Read” is a link to piece of writing that I particularly enjoyed and that I want to share or would like to read again.
That’s how I would like to define them anyway but things are never as tidy as that. A third kind is “Like” which muddies things even further. Aren’t the others “Likes” too?
I decided to get an exercise bike after a few months of inactivity led to pain in my knee joints (I’m not getting any younger) that made it difficult to go up and down stairs.
After using it daily for the last couple of weeks I can feel a huge difference already. The pain is virtually gone and I just feel what I can only describe as springier. The bike has been one of the best buys I’ve made in ages.
My next plan is to lose the extra weight I seem to have accumulated since the end of March.
I used to go to a lot of concerts but the older I’ve got the the less I’ve been inclined to make the effort. There are certain favourite bands that I’ll try not to miss but the move to giant edge of city centre event “campuses” makes everything a hassle. I feel uncomfortable in big venues like The Hydro and I’m more inclined to go to a gig if it’s taking place in Glasgow city centre.
There seems to be a renaissance for small venues in Glasgow and I should make the effort to support smaller bands that need it.
My little WD My Passport Ultra external hard drive is full. I use it to back up all my iMac’s files and applications and Time Machine is starting to delete old backups. How many backups do I need to keep? The oldest is from July 2018.
The only thing I would be devastated about losing would be photos and they’re backed up in three different places now.
I have a newer, bigger capacity, version of the My Passport portable drive waiting to be used. It’s a new design and the all-red plastic shell is ugly compared to the old shiny Ultra.