I picked up Outer Wilds again now that the expansion dropped and finally finished the endgame. …

I picked up #OuterWilds again now that the expansion dropped and finally finished the endgame. (No spoilers since the game is all about discovery. I’ll just say that it involved revisiting one of my least favorite mechanics in order to get to it, which is why I set it aside for so long).

The ending is a perfect, bittersweet coda to the story you uncover over the course of the game.

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(longer thread on Wandering.shop incorporated into blog post)

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How the heck does a balloon survive a fondue fork but break against a popcorn …

How the heck does a balloon survive a fondue fork but break against a popcorn ceiling?

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Related question: how the heck did we end up with a fondue fork in the first place?

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It has to have been a gift but I can’t remember who it was from or what for or when or anything.

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Well, I guess that counts as rain…

Well, I guess that counts as rain.

A few minutes of rolling thunder and just enough water to move the dust around a bit.

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Oh, there we go.

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Don’t know how long it’ll last or where the lightning is striking, but at least I had time to move stuff away from the front of the garage that I didn’t think I’d need to move for a few more months^H^H^H^H^H^H weeks

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Stumbled on an old blog post about phone #notifications and who they’re really for.They’re …

Stumbled on an old blog post about phone #notifications and who they’re really for.

They’re interruptions to your time and focus. They *should* be for you: you have a message from someone you want to hear from, or your ride is here, etc. But too often they’re just ads for the app sending them (or the service behind it).

Who are phone notifications for? (Web)

And imported to #gemini:
Who are phone notifications for? (Gemini)

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