I think I’m feeling creative. I’m thinking about apps I could build for myself that may benefit others. I’m just wanting to write stuff. It’s nice to feel the itch again.
Author Archives: Eric Beavers
Where Oh Where Should I Write?
What app should I use when I want to write. This is a recurring thought (and topic on this blog) that continues to baffle me. For now, I’m writing this post in MarsEdit, which is the app most of my blogs flow through to publication on Carrying Stones. Writing apps? I have plenty. These are …
Kiss My Grass!
You may be high if you think this grass is high! Expecting a package, I eagerly trotted to answer a knock at the door where a county codes enforcement officer greeted me. It turns out, we have a nosy “Karen” in the neighborhood who complained about several yards in the neighborhood with so-called high grass. …
Happy Pride Month!
So-Called “Beer Commercial”
AI isn’t taking all of the jobs just yet. Enjoy this generated nightmare fuel of a “beer commercial.”
Scripting News: I want Bluesky to go away
Scripting News: I want Bluesky to go away: I definitely want Bluesky to just go away. I don’t like it because if it gains traction it has potential of replacing Twitter as the festering turd in the middle of what should have been a vibrant growing market that keeps anything else from rising in competition …
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Dark Thoughts for a Tuesday
Reading some dark thoughts from The Atlantic this Tuesday morning in re the possibility of a second Trump presidency in the face of the ongoing war in Ukraine. These two battles are inextricably linked. If America stumbles even deeper into authoritarian darkness than it already has, Ukraine is lost. If Ukraine is lost, Europe and …
Expulsion Hearings for the Tennessee Three
From my catbird seat in Georgia just south of Chattanooga, Tenn., I watched agape on April 6, 2023, while racist Tennessee legislators kicked fellow elected officials out of their club. Democratic legislators Justin Jones, Gloria Johnson, and Justin Pearson sat through hours of “debate” about their offenses. What did they do to garner what may …
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On Working from Home
At my previous job, I spent some time working from home in 2020–2021 after the COVID pandemic really hooked its tendrils into the globe. My current job doesn’t even have an office so working from home is the only option. Overall, it’s been terrific. If employees have no need to meet directly with each other, …
Videos I Like a Lot
These are two videos I stumble back on to rewatch from time to time. Maybe you’ll like them too. Probably NSFW.