Recapping the fourth May at The New Leaf Journal.
I review I, Too, Saw Dreams Through Air, a visual novel which offers two dream-like visual novels for the (free) price of one.
“Flowers to their memory, / This fair spring day!”
I saw a squirrel in Battery Park eating a French fry. While I was unable to capture a photograph of the French fry squirrel, I did take a picture of a squirrel on a tree.
I review a 3-minute visual novel about a girl who sets out to destroy the planet after making a mistake on her school exam. (Explanation is in context.)
A long post with original accounts from the May 24, 1883 opening of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Substack’s view that its Notes platform is not a Twitter clone misses the forest through the trees.
When the photo in one article about a deep sea snailfish does not satisfy deep sea expectations, read a second article.
Having read about e-ink monitors for phones, I test using my PocketBook InkPad Color as a color e-ink monitor for my LineageOS phone.
Let me tell you a story about how the news that Ms. Martha Stewart will be one of the cover models for the 2023 SI Swimsuit Issue reminded me of a story from my high school in 2007.
An essay which describes personal blogs as the soul of the web leads me to consider personal blogs as the centerpiece of a social web.
Using GrapheneOS’s handy web installer to put the hardened Android Open Source Project fork on a Google Pixel 6a phone.