I am correcting one of my sins – I need to get out of Tokyo into Japan.
I want to visit more of Japan. Kiushu, specifically Yufuin for the onsen, is definitely on my list.
Japanese friends, please weigh in on where I should go, when I should visit, and where I should stay. Once I book my trip I will again reach out to find out where to visit.
I want a mix of multiple days as well as quick trips.
Please help me. I appreciate your knowledge and advice.
I could catalog the legion problems with the Olympics, an every 2 years International “Sporting” Event (2ISE), but I don’t want to ruin my February into March doing so. Bitterness remains from moving to the offset model (Summer and Winter Olympics used to be held in the same year) and when they let professional athletes officially participate (the “Dream Team” in basketball was awesomely absurd).
As an American, I would love it if no further 2ISE are hosted on our soil. They are expensive, corrupt, problem fraught, and no longer yield an economic benefit.
That municipalities across the United States constantly vote down even bidding on an 2ISE pitch crosses ideological boundaries in our divisive political landscape says something.
I’m still incensed that Los Angeles will host an 2ISE in 2028. That is a rant for another day.
Tune in tomorrow for my counter opinion.
Another Take on Engineering Notebooks:
Kleiman’s post can be useful for a wide range of users. The main takeaway, for me at least, is that your tools and specific procedures are not as important as organizing your data and scripts and keeping careful notes on what problem you’re trying to solve and the steps you’ve taken to solve it.
(Via Emacs – Irreal)
Here is the original article that kicked this off. As I’ve been trying to simplify my workflows to better manage my data my thinking has informally been tending toward what Dan Kleiman wrote. I don’t have code any more, replaced by the constant flood of documentation coming my way for various projects. Something like this could would for me with a few small changes.