I like French, comics, books, podcasts, (board and roleplaying) games, biking, and trains. I try to stay organized and in good (physical and mental) shape.

Moi, j'aime le français, les BD, les livres, les podcasts, les jeux (de plateau et de rôle), le cyclisme, et les trains. Je fais de mon mieux de rester organisé et en forme (physiquement et mentalement).

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🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'The Advanced Spellchecker in Chrome and Edge Saves Everything You Type—Even Passwords'

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'Games, Mysteries, and the Lure of QAnon | WIRED'

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'Belonging: The Potions Master (Book 1, Chapter 8) | Harry Potter and the Sacred Text on Acast'

finding awe in MocMoc and other little things

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'Why Race Is Still A Problem In Dungeons & Dragons'

apprendre (enfin) les paroles des chansons franco-canadiennes

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'With 'What If? 2', Randall Munroe Is Back to Answer Your Impossible Questions | WIRED'

Wil Wheaton on general purpose computing

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'The adorable love story behind Wikipedia’s 'high five' photos'

pourquoi le français ?

Apple and artificial restrictions on file syncing

musical references in TMBG discography

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'NASA delays launch of its massive SLS rocket amid engine issue - The Verge'

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'Jefferson St: Villain themed bar, restaurant, game club open | Lexington Herald Leader'

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'M.T. Anderson’s 'Feed' Remains Frustratingly Prescient | WIRED'

mon grand amour pour les noms des villes en Alsace

distant villages turned metro stops

schools' Acceptable Use Policies and R. Sikoryak's 'Terms and Conditions'

easy campaign prep for tabletop RPGs

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'Sylvester Stallone is a grizzled, disillusioned superhero in Samaritan trailer | Ars Technica'

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'America Aspires to One Day in the Far Future Build Rail Service Worse Than It Was in the 1940s'