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.
This fox just wandered in the backdoor at work last night and went under a chair. I think we got a bigger fright than it did.
Updated to WordPress 5.5 and everything appears to be in working order. I’m reading lots of comments on Twitter about serious bugs but I haven’t come across any yet.
The SemPress theme was also updated with a better integration of Syndication Links and Post Kinds plugins. It looks nice.
It feels endless and anarchic, a riposte to the algorithmically determined monoculture behind everything from the Spotify Recommended section to ghost kitchen-reheated delivery food. Bandcamp, and the half-billion dollars it has paid to artists since its inception in 2008, is real.
Bandcamp is great. It’s refreshing to find a company like this that really does care about artists and music. I’ve built up quite a collection of Bandcamp purchases now.
The weather was wet and miserable today but things brightened a little when I followed a link to this album, The Stubborness Of Things by Peter Rogers (Bandcamp). I had one listen through and bought it soon after. My new “Good Things” Twitter list is bearing fruit already.