Pouring one out for this little guy I wrote to post last.fm scrobble data to Twitter once a week. twitter.com/kevin_spencer/stat

24 hours after watching episode 3 of The Last Of Us. And I’m still thinking about it. I have to say one of the best hours of television I’ve had the pleasure of watching. Bravo to all involved.

Depeche Mode changed the title of the official Never Let Me Down Again video on YouTube to include "Heard on Episode 1 of The Last Of Us". Comments are all "welcome new fans thanks to the last of us". Glad this unknown band are getting some recognition. youtube.com/watch?v=snILjFUkk_

The city of Kyoto was painted white with snow due to the once in a decade cold wave. #streetphotography #photography

Whenever I update Wordpress I always grimace in the hope it doesn't break the Flickr Justified Gallery plugin. That plugin hasn't been updated in five years and only "officially" compatible with Wordpress 4.9.22. And would you look at that it does still work with WP 6.1.1!

kevinspencer.org/photography/

You know how you just wanted to dust the cobwebs off for how vim plugins work. And here we are 2 hours later after having gone down that particular rabbit hole.

Siouxsie Sioux will take the stage for her first North American performance in 15 years as a headliner at this year’s Cruel World Festival.

Love and Rockets are also reuniting for their first show in 14 years. cos.lv/YKIO50My4Gh

Just installed @ivory and oh my Tweetbot how I missed you.

Just got this 100 Go Mistakes book and I feel like the lady on the cover is like, "mistake's right there, yo"

The cat just went over to the HomePod mini on my desk, meowed at it, and Siri said "sure here is some music for you" and the cat perched on the window sill listening to Garbage and Elliott Smith.

I just want to know how long this has been going on.

Mastodon user RSS feeds don't include replies, only posts?

I feel bad when I go to delete an app from my iPhone because they all start shaking with fear wondering which one is about to die.

A full rotation of the Moon in high resolution created from photos captured by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft.

Source: apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200719.ht

Credit: LRO/ASU/NASA

I don't know why any software engineer who has built and maintained things in the real world would trust a robot-driven car, especially when the rest of the road is populated by human-driven cars.

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