Alright, it's pretty clear there are no backups to be had on .xyz -- time stop hanging fire and get on with my migration to

@TheKinrar more than 24 hours after requesting a data export, it still says "compiling your archive". Wondering if queue involved is stalled?

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I'm beginning to suspect that "request archive" isn't working on

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Hmm... "compiling your archive" does seem to take awhile.

Alright, here we go. I've been pondering moving my primary account to for awhile, so it's time to push the button. Let's see how this goes...

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Had take-out Din Tai Fung,, now watching _Lucky Grandma_, streaming rented via the Grand Illusion. It's like a real night out in Seattle, only on our couch :)

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This is the time that could hail the return of the automat as a force in popular culture!

Despite the latest version of Android Studio adopting a more unpleasant shade of green compared to Evernote, it hasn't stopped my simple brain from constantly clicking on the wrong icon, both of which it has filed under "the green one".

Considering swapping over to WaPo for a while (gritting my teeth at giving money to the Bezos). Glad I can at least support ProPublica without having to feel weird about it!

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Lightly miffed at The New York Times to discover they recently quietly nearly doubled the monthly subscription cost I am paying with no apparent notification. I understand the importance of supporting journalism here and now, but deceptive marketing practices do make me grit my teeth

That moment when the bubbles of carbon dioxide effervescing off the top of your glass of tonic sound exactly like the Slack notification clatter as faintly heard from your headphones, discarded nearby on the desk

My spouse who does copper-plate etching, self-described as a "very medieval process", has taken the current situation as impetus to conquer her fear of the digital world, and begin offering her metal, ink & paper creations online.

Bitrise: Huzzah! We've published your private build to a public page with a long random URL no one could possibly guess!

Me: *waves hand at laptop* ... do you even ... know what these things do?

USPS package tracking...

"nope, not in the system yet"
"never heard off that..."
"check back later!"
"WOAH! It's delivered!"

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Random insight of the day: vector illustration is in some ways the digital cousin of block printing

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