I hate weekends where you have zero energy to work on your projects or do anything useful at all :-( Spent the morning at the swimming pool with my daugther – at least I had the power for this – but now nothing works anymore. I’m just feeling a bit duped out of my weekend.

My home town, in the rain.

My home town, in the rain.

Building a wall.

Building a wall.

When the elevator is so unreliable that you need a big sign telling you wether its active or shut down 😎😂.

When the elevator is so unreliable that you need a big sign telling you wether its active or shut down 😎😂.

Small humans with strange heads - today’s doodle.

Small humans with strange heads - today’s doodle.

Strawberries with whipped cream.

Strawberries with whipped cream.

SwiftUI looks interesting. It looks like I need to install the betas this year. #wwdc

iPadOS wow took way to long. WWDC

WWDC - this are good features.

WWDC - this are good features.

Last year on this time I was standing in line to get in. This year not.

Last year on this time I was standing in line to get in. This year not.

Trees from paper and Kaplas - designed by my daughter.

Trees from paper and Kaplas - designed by my daughter.

Saved some nice flowers from the lawnmower.

Saved some nice flowers from the lawnmower.

Working on a conversion script for my project homepage.

Working on a conversion script for my project homepage.

Pl@ntNet (pronounced plant-net) is the only social app that always makes me happier. Likened to Shazam for plants, it was developed a decade ago by a consortium of computer science and botanical research institutions in France. In almost every way, Pl@ntNet is unlike other social networks.

Pl@ntNet is the world’s best social network (via Techmeme).

Dark Forest of the Internet is an exciting idea on the further development of the internet. However, it is also in opposition to the IndieWeb, as what you write on your blog is public. On the other side, I notice the trend that status updates inside a family are done more and more inside private channels, so I think this theory has its merits.

Moreover, this is the second time this week that I stumble over the name Liu Cixin. It looks like I need to put The Three Body Problem onto my reading list.

The Dark Forest Theory of the Internet (via Techmeme).

Selling secondhand items.

Selling secondhand items.

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