Massively enjoyed writing my sermon on my iPad this morning. Ulysses and the Microsoft Universal Mobile Keyboard are an excellent match.
Four weeks in. Five books read.
Three novels, one biography and one design theory.
Next up, a novel and a Christian theology book.
New web project with a chance to play with columns. Did we really go for column-gap over gutter?
Trying to find a font, seems like the Typekit website could do with a couple of coffees…
Joined the world of Fitbit today with some Christmas money and a discount. Anyone else use one? I need some competition!
Backed my first ever Kickstarter yesterday. Really intrigued by micro.blog and how it can effect micro blogging.
Last nights contribution to my little project. Can you tell what it is yet…
New personal project I started yesterday.
Even if I turn out to be wrong, I shall bet my life on the assumption that this world is not idiotic, neither run by an absentee landlord, but that today, this very day, some stroke is being added to the cosmic canvas that in due course I shall understand with joy as a stroke made by the architect who calls himself Alpha and Omega.
10 Resolutions for Mental Health by John Piper
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him.
John 3:16-17 ESV
First day of my Christmas holiday, a much needed rest over the next 10 days.
Star Wars time.
Shaved off the moustache yesterday, feel like myself again. Top lip was a bit cold though.
Only three days of Mo left. It’s been prickly, itchy and spiky month but all for a worthy cause.
One thing I’ve learnt through all this is that 4 in every 5 suicides globally are men, that’s a scary statistic and the Movember Foundation are seeking to cut that be 25% by 2030. Every little counts.
Thankful for good WiFi in the coffee house while my internet at home is down meaning I can continue to work on exciting projects.
For a while now I’ve owned the domain philbowell.me, I bought it while it was cheap and to make sure no one else got hold of it and thus cause confusion with the domain of this blog. I’ve wondered what to do with it for most of that time, briefly it acted as a micro-blog but I merged that with this site a few months back. This evening while doing a bit of introverting I picked up my iPad (where I designed it and set the basic html structure), then my MacBook (where I implemented the CSS) and ended up with a new web page. A small about me should anyone stumble upon it. The only thing I’ve yet to do is optimise it for an iPhone sized display but it’s working pretty well on an iPad sized screen and upwards.
Great to spend a few minutes on my own after church enjoying an excellent coffee in a very comfortable chair. Of course the fact that it’s a design classic also helped.
We will remember them. I always have a poppy for Remembrance Day, to both remember and to support the British Legion who gave my Grandad a salute at his funeral.
The camera on the iPhone 7 really is excellent, to the point that I haven’t even considered using my old DSLR for anything.
My moustache is taking root.