I’ve always found it pretty annoying that I couldn’t run the Android Emulator and Hyper-V at the same time. Especially now a days when having Docker running is just kind of an expected part of the (my) daily development process, and the thought of disabling Hyper-V and rebooting just makes me want to put off (indefinitely) any Android work..
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(Besides, of course, getting and setting up a Surface Go)
It’s an astounding (to me) observation about procrastination (except that it usually wins) that I ended up not posting anything for a year. How time flies when you start a new job, then an old-new job, and then get busy with pressing work around the house.
The sequel to End Plan (with the incredibly creative working title of ‘End Plan 2’) sits at about 8,000 words, or roughly 12% of the manuscript. While I don’t have “writer’s block”, whatever that is, I do find myself “phoning it in”, so to speak. In other words, I haven’t built up enough internal dramatic tension to be able to relay that to paper. Which means, re-reading it, that it seems kind of bland and matter of fact, and I’m not happy with it. So I’m shelving it (to be clear, not dropping it) until I have some more passion available.
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I recently bit the bullet and bought a Surface Go. For years (decades, now), I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect mobile device, starting with the Apple Newton. I have, sadly, never found it, but I’m forever hopeful.
Anyway, yeah, I bought a Surface Go. Specifically, the 8GB RAM/128GB SSD version because, hey, I planned and continue to plan to install a lot of stuff on it, because it will be the perfect mobile device. Right?
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