I pushed what is probably the last update for a while to the Chrome Store.
I just want my bed, please.
I went to Starbucks the other day. On the receipt was a code to enter on their website, so I went there on my computer. As a front-end developer, I was impressed with the behavior of the form. Unless you do this for a living and/or hobby, you probably might not be.
We were late for Cookie Day, to my eternal shame. Well, until about 10:00 in the morning.
Namine had an appointment at the eye clinic. We came away with some excellent news.
I just updated this thing yesterday! Why is there another change? Read on, Internet citizen, read on.
After a long period of neglect — seven months, according to my last blog post — I have updated my Chrome extension, Panel View for Keep, to version 2.2.
The Friday after Thanksgiving Namine got to have dinner with us and spend the night. That was the start of a whole weekend here at grandma & grandpa’s! The added bonus was Auntie Lydia was home from grad school those days so Namine got lots of play time & Aunt Lydia cuddles.
I was buying a book for my daughter over PayPal earlier today. As my money was being sped away from me over the intertubes, I was presented with a loading indicator, known in the web dev trade as a spinner. I liked that spinner. I wanted to know how they did it.
Jessica and I (mostly Jessica) made our own Advent wreath. You can make one too, and for a whole lot less than you’ll find for those pre-made ones at the store.