I finally admitted to myself that I was never going to read the backlog of Sunday New York Times Magazines, Book Reviews, and other miscellaneous sections – so I put them in the recycle bin and sent them away. That felt good!
We’re going to Australia next year to see the total eclipse; the tour organizer suggested we ask their travel agent to look for flights, so I sent them a note. While they were working on it, I spent some time with Google Flights and found what seemed like a reasonable routing – the travel agent came up with the same flights, but at a significantly higher cost! I booked direct with the airline.
I found a good candidate for a new 4K display – the Dell P2723QE. Reviews seem positive, and it’s got an integrated hub, which is a plus.
I got my phone’s Lightning port de-clogged at the Apple Store.
I reinstalled Homebrew on my new M2 MacBook Air so that I’m using native versions of programs instead of ones compiled for Intel.
And I even culled and labeled more photos from Africa!
As I said, modest progress.
2 thoughts on “Modest Progress”
You will love Australia.
Hopefully you will get to the Outback. It is fascinating.
If you are lucky you will have a good performance at the Sydney Opera House.
Also the “little penguins” of Phillip Island are worth a trip.
Are you going on to New Zealand.
We’re not going to make the Outback or New Zealand this trip, but we plan to go back in 2024!
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