I'm no expert in thermodynamics, but I'm pretty sure a freezer is supposed to blow *cold* air into the freezer compartment, not warm air. Thankfully the property manager was able to swap out our fridge this morning.
Today's construction progress: Cut out and installed the two windows, and insulated the exterior wall! It's already a lot warmer and quieter inside! The windows are just to let some light in, there's no view of the sunrise or anything, just a nice brick wall across the alley.
It's a sign I might be traveling too much when I get to my hotel and just want to curl up in bed with a cocktail and watch TV on my iPad instead of going exploring outside.
Had a very productive day putting some more finishing touches on Meetable, with the occasional lull under a sleeping kitten.
Just published an updated version of my book, OAuth 2.0 Simplified! I also made a new book, The Little Book of OAuth RFCs, a collection of all the specs which are a part of OAuth. If at least one person appreciates the contrast between the sizes of these two books, I will be happy. You can find both at https://oauth2simplified.com
@indiewebcat jumping at a sparkly ball from above
Planting myself at this nice coffee shop for the morning
Made it to the hotel and it's cold and dark outside and now I kind of just want to hide in my room all night.
The kitten is in her favorite spot by the door waiting for the humans to go to bed before making her rounds around the apartment
I just got these reflective holographic OAuth stickers made and they are kind of the best thing ever
I made vegan fruit-sweetened banana bread in the shape of donuts and they are a sight to behold
Leaving the snow to go to LA!
It's a foggy morning in #Chicago and everyone is rushing to their jobs. It's much warmer today than when I arrived two days ago when it was 16 degrees!
This is what you can do with an open/local home automation ecosystem. This took me 15 minutes: the light turns purple when @barbot is pouring a drink and green when it's done. Here's some more info on my home automation setup that makes this possible: https://aaronparecki.com/home-automation/