I just finished reading the audiobook of Stephen King’s “Bag Of Bones”, read by the author himself and enjoyed it a lot. I generally like how he manages to create his characters and fills them with life 📚.
Even though there is no shortage of ways to do so, I might actually use Feedbin’ newly added ability to Save Webpages to Read Later. It’s defacto almost the only place I read stuff from the web, and adding pages to check-out-later there might work for me and actually read them eventually.
It don’t why that is, but every time I get a tracking code for a delivery, it never seems to update. That’s almost worse than getting none at all.
Goulet Pens has a nice page to compare Nib-Sizes. This is surely a niche-thing but it did help.
Enjoyed a great reading of Lovecraft's The Rats in the Walls on Drabblecast today. I wasn't familiar with this story, but it's just the kind of horror story that I like.
My wife surprised me with some new additions to the Lego Star Wars Family for my birthday which go nicely in the new display alongside the Falcon. Also in stealth some not-so-Star-Wars-but-equally-fun-figures and dog hair, which is apparently only visible in pictures but not in real life.
I don’t think I will *ever* get to the point at which I start to begin to understand, as of to why in so many cases an e-Book is more expensive than it’s physical counterpart. Paperback 7.99 vs Kindle 10.03…
Much to my own surprise my work starts next week, and not as I was living in the believe for the whole vacation, on Wednesday. What a pleasant surprise! I might actually be done with my preparation by the time I start working. Which would be a primer.