Heading on over to our new Philly-centric instance: jawns.club
I'm so excited already. Follow me at @brianalmorgan
@chaeseco That is quite a process! Sounds worth it though
@chaeseco That is quite fancy-looking! How's it work?
@curtismchale I absolutely LOVE that! It's like a website-based commonplace book. How'd you make it?
@chaeseco Oooo, that sounds tasty!
@chaeseco There's a variety of coffees on these socks, and I love them all! Except maybe the mochas. They tend to be too sweet for my taste.
@miketannenbaum Thank you, thank you
@jac Why thank you! I enjoy them too
The seemingly obligatory intro:
I am #philly based, I’m a #designer, #developer, #illustrator, not always in that order, I do a little #improv, and have been considering doing some #standup, late at night I #bake and conjure up edible magic in my #foodlab - I’m loud, I’m obsessive and my middle name is #rant (seriously, it’s rant) oh and for comedic effect I bend the truth into the shape of a pretzel, not one of those NYC pretzels a philly pretzel - which if you didn’t know is mostly knot, Hi!
@bowers The little chapstick that could
@jacobherrington I hear that! We moved into an apartment with a wall of built-in bookshelves a few months ago. I’ve used it to justify an obscene number of purchases. I had to add a book line item to my budget.
To curb the book acquisition, a friend suggested that I give myself a challenge to work my way through my shelves, and then update pages related to the book and/or author on Wikipedia.
@jacobherrington Ooo, nice selections! I have LotR on my shelf, but haven’t actually read them. This is my current stack (plus ebooks and audio). I’m getting different things out of each. Mr. President has been especially fascinating. Also working my way through The Artist’s Way electronically, and I wish I’d done it sooner!
@alexhillman Yes! I’m definitely interested
People, web dev, strategy, and public health. I get around. (She/her)
Generalistic and moderated instance.