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.
Spent a part of the morning ripping CDs to add to the hi-res music player I bought recently.
I hadn’t done any ripping for a long time, considering it a thing of the past, but I quite enjoyed the process. There’s something quite calming and satisfying about the process of ripping, filing, and making sure all the tags are imported correctly.
Now I have the (almost) complete back catalogue of Joni Mitchell in Flac files to listen to on headphones and sounding very nice. The Kate Bush box set is next.
Very sad news about the passing of Florian Schneider. A true pioneer.
Today’s musical landscape would be unrecognisable without the existence of Kraftwerk.
Today, ninth day of furlough from work. Is that a fitting word? Furlough sounds akin to holiday and fun.
Shut away. Finding things to do is not too difficult. Books, music, radio, podcasts. I’m sliding into an out of the ordinary way of living. Why worry? As long as food still shows up at the door now and again all is good.
With family, pals, and wisdom, bring on tomorrow!