I decided that I needed to lie down around eight pm, just for a rest.
I am typing this at twelve-fifty-five, having fallen asleep. So, now you know the reason for the title. Ugh…
It was a lovely day at work, with a great deal of fog on the lunch break, all of which came from me and the little RDA that could.
Tomorrow, it is possible I will be seeing Ethan, a transit fan, out on the line. Ethan got to know me due to a documentary I was in about subway operators in Toronto. He is part of a club, Virtual TTC Academy. The two young men who put together the documentary, Weiland and Alex (and I believe Weiland is also the founder of the academy) have been spotted from time to time on the line.
“May the blender of life pour you a smoothie of pleasantness”. I like this quote, I should, I made it this morning before starting work. Kind of rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it?
I should note that I am sitting in the living room typing this, having finally moved my computer in the bedroom. My old Logitech G15 keyboard didn’t survive the move, and I am typing on a newly purchased refurbished wireless keyboard ($14.99) also from Logitech. That mechanical keyboard that I like will have to wait until Sara is working.
I also made a quick video to see if the sound of the A/C could be heard over my microphone. It can. I may have to turn it off for broadcasting the 3OD show…but don’t hold your breath on that one folks.
I also got around to editing together a short intro video for the 3OD show to be shown at the Tokyo YouTube party in Roppongi this Saturday night (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDC05ziRdQk).
Finally, I just finished watching episode two of a video starring Alistair “Ace” Harding (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpA0KXXypNxTgUedmKKdLtQ) and Hikosaemon (https://www.youtube.com/user/Hikosaemon), How Ace Makes Vids – ACE Producer vs GEEK YouTuber Ep2 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJGVNyF0teU). I would like to also point out that I am proud to call both these men friends.
Sleep well, those that aren’t already asleep,
P.S. That bit about saving your reward time for last I learned from Tai Lopez.