Things I Learn

  • How DNS works.
  • How to set up a Mac share that is accessible by PCs.
  • How good challah bread is. Especially with Boar’s Head tavern ham, a slice of edam and some brown sugar and pecan mustard. [I’m also aware of just how religiously inappropriate that sandwich is.]
  • That sex can sometimes feel so good to a woman that they are convinced that they are going to end up pregnant afterward; even if that is not possible.
  • That olive oil cake is ridiculicious. [Now I must learn how to make it.]
  • The basics of how artists appreciate art. [DAIJ.]
  • To use the tag.
  • That picking a paint color for the wall of the master bedroom will likely determine the basic color scheme for the entire house. [White it is?]
  • That people will bicker over the same things incessantly even when possible courses of action appear; because they are lazy.
  • About serifs.
  • Seats at the Cinematheque are too close together for my knees. [I already knew this, but keep forgetting.]
  • How to pitch my team’s capabilities so that clients trust us with most of the design and development process.
  • The wind on Carnegie Bridge can get so strong that it becomes nearly impossible to pedal a bicycle.