Happy ducks, bad situation: neighbor felled tree, which landed and broke one of our water pipes, and the pump ran until kids discovered the issue. youtube.com/shorts/7iYRkongyqE

Spotted four wood duck chicks, three seen here with their mother. 40D racked to 400mm.

Female wood duck makes an appearance in our tiny riparian habitat. 40D racked to 400mm.

30 interviews and 25 hours of transcripts into my qualitative study, grateful that so many amazing practitioners have shared their lived experience and provided such a rich tapestry of data.

New friends visiting while working on new ramp and roosts for the chicken coop. youtube.com/shorts/v-mlKkZU2IE

What do I know about bees? We're about to find out with this new Flow Hive that's for sure. youtube.com/shorts/FFPyPcxPEDc

"Where Browsers Come From" by @bkardell bkardell.com/blog/WhereBrowser

It's interesting to think about alternative funding models for browsers. With all sorts of downstream spinoffs making a lot of money but not necessarily contributing upstream (e.g. server environments running V8/JavaScriptCore), and with Firefox faltering, it seems like a good time to discuss this.

I don't always hack on terrible hardware and software but when I do it generally solves annoying problems. Huzzah for the power of the web. youtube.com/shorts/bqiOiTTtUZ4

Camera film loading and warming up various instant film for the weekend. My little yellow boxes are filled with 4x5 holders for the Chamonix out of frame.

Received acceptance for my participation in 2022 Engaged Management Scholarship (EMS) Doctoral Consortium at Universidad Panamericana in September. Excited to report a few initial findings and engage in discussion.

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Ribeiro.Social

Ribeiro.Social is a private invite only instance, living the dream of sustainable social networking with a 1990's webring mentality.

For additional context, read Justin's "Ghosting the Socials and Expanding My Open Web Existence".