Zuko

November 24, 2020 | Comments

My black cat, Zuko I forgot to mention that I have a cat. I adopted him back in May. I was browsing The Meow Foundation and I came across Zuko. His cute little expression was too much to resist. When I went to go see him I saw several other cats. The only one other cat at the shelter that caught my eye. He was a very handsome cat named Edwards but while I was petting him he turned around and refused to interact with me.

+5 STAR+

November 12, 2020 | Comments

Day 4 of 100 Days to Offload Content Warning: Topic is mental health One of my favourite K-pop artists recently came out with a song, +5 STAR+. It’s definitely a feel good bop. It’s a cute song that’s easy to sing along to. I added it to my “body reacts” playlists, the playlist with songs that usually guarantee me singing along to it. Then I realized that despite the singability of the songs on the playlist, not a lot of the songs have positive vibes.

NaNoWriMo 2020 Ramblings #1

November 9, 2020 | Comments

Day 3 of 100 Days to Offload I’m stuck. I decided to do NaNoWriMo this year, just so I could get my creative juices running through my brain again. I’ve had a story in my mind whirling through my head since earlier this year (around February 2020). I stumbled upon David Foster Wallace, by accident, on YouTube. I watched an interview of his and was weirdly awestruck. I’ve always been drawn to thinkers (maybe because I try to compensate for my own lack of intelligence) so it was no surprise to me that I was immediately smitten.

Bumble Date

November 7, 2020 | Comments

Day 2 Content warning: Politics Philosophical Books I went on my first Bumble date yesterday. It was a friend date though, not a date date. I found a girl who said she was interested in psychology and philosophy. Intrigued, I swiped right. It was a match! We talked about books we’ve read. She was reading Crime and Punishment whereas I was reading A Streetcar Named Desire. I was immediately excited.

Exploring the Fediverse

November 2, 2020 | Comments

Day 1 What is the Fediverse? The fediverse (federation + universe) is a collection of federated social networks running on free open software. That’s a bunch of jargon. Basically, different sites use the same social network software, and they can talk to each other. It’s an attempt at recreating the decentralized web. Some popular ones are Mastodon and Pleroma. First Dip into the Fediverse While browsing the Interwebs I’ve seen a couple of Mastodon instances here and there but I never really understood what they were.