Logs — 51 entries in category ‘thoughts’

51 entries in category ‘thoughts’ were posted to The Empty Set Ø since Feb 2000.

  • Week #3 of semi confinement

    We have reached the end of our third weeks of semi confinement, and things are going rather well for us.

  • Week #2 of semi confinement

    We have { already | at last } reached the end of week #2 of semi confinement. The whole situation still feels surreal. As a family, we are settling into a daily routine, each of us organising our space and time.

  • Week #1 of semi confinement

    It’s been a week since the Conseil Fédéral announced the closing of the schools and limited public gatherings, but it feels more than that. Several additional steps have been taken since to slow down our rhythm of life and prevent people from moving and gathering by imposing social distancing.

  • March, our chocolate cake month

    Despite the uncertainties and grim times some people are going through since the worldwide spread of SARS-CoV-2 and the disease it causes (COVID-19), March remains our chocolate cake month (aka birthday).

  • My weblog has turned twenty

    I just realised that my first blog post dates back to February 14th, 2000. That’s twenty years ago, give or take a few days.

  • Meet Kirby

    Kirby is an elegant content management system, both in its design and its performance. Amongst many things, it provides a fast templating engine coupled with a powerful chainable PHP API.

  • First ballet of the season

    We attended our first ballet of the season yesterday : Minimal Maximal at the Grand Théâtre de Genève.

  • Goodbye Pair Networks

    While the days are shortening and the rain falls quietly outside, I’m feeling a pang nostalgia as I’m about to close my last client accounts hosted at pair Networks.

  • Tracker-free site

    In a recent post, Garrett Dimon talks about how he quit using analytics on his personal site, and how he hasn’t missed it or even need it.

  • Travelling with only Lightroom on iPad

    I didn’t take my laptop on our trip to Cambodia this year. I usually take a MacBook to backup and triage my photos, or to work on a personal or a client project. But not this year, I set off with just my iPad.

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