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Weekly Thing

Weekly Newsletter from
Jamie Thingelstad

#43 | Mar 3, 2018 | Permalink

I was able to transition the Weekly Thing to this new custom template without breaking everyone’s email experience! 🙌 I can now happily continue to make small tweaks to improve the experience. 🔧 My brief experiment with serif fonts only lasted one issue though.

Here in “the North” ❄️ the days are getting longer and warmer. It’s very nice to see the sun more. I am going to leap frog all that and head to India for the first time this week. I’m hopeful the 100 degree temperatures and transition to full sun ☀️ doesn’t cause me to melt. 💦

Blog 📬

Book: Why Buddhism Is True

Good read connecting Buddhist concepts and practices to benefits in modern life.

Your Version Number

Applying Semantic Versioning to every day of your life.

Photo 📷

This section of Minnehaha Creek, as it leaves Lake Harriet, never freezes. We went on a walk during a recent dumping of snow, and it was cool to see all these ducks in the creek, braving the winter, with snow piling up on their backs.

Feb 24, 2018 at 7:46 PM
1401–1467 W Minnehaha Pkwy, Minneapolis MN

Links 📌

Security

Software

Business

Programming

Web

Self-Improvement

Privacy

Sports

Culture

Tech

Productivity

Promotion 🎁

Minnestar Logo

Minnestar is the technology community for Minnesota. If you are passionate about technology you need to go to Minnebar and Minnedemo. Did you know that Minnebar is the largest BarCamp in North America and one of the largest in the world? Its also been going on for over 10 years? Minnedemo is the best place to hear about innovative tech and fun projects in the Twin Cities area. I am on the Minnestar board and I focus on Minnestar as one of the driving forces improving and expanding the technology community in the area. Minnestar is a 501c3 non-profit. Become a Community Supporter today!

App 📱

Still Mind - Meditation Timer

by 1092599.com

Still Mind is the perfect minimalist meditation timer. It includes everything you need, regardless of your style of meditation, in an intuitive and beautiful interface.

Want a minimal meditation app to simply keep track of time, work on your iPhone and Apple Watch, and integrate with HealthKit? This is the one.

Free

Status 🎈

Friday @ 9:24 PM

Dan Wilson all-request on piano. 🎹

Friday @ 9:01 PM

Dan Wilson taking the stage for his 3-ring Binder “all-requests” show at Icehouse! 🎶👍🏻

Friday @ 8:57 PM

Fun performance of The Lion King at Justice Page Middle School tonight! 🎭

Tuesday @ 9:12 PM

Still finding Alto’s Odyssey very fun. Great game! 👍🏻

Monday @ 10:53 PM

I’m amazed at the “superpowers” Workflow gives me from my phone! Automating routine things! 🙌🏻

Monday @ 9:11 PM

My sons 2nd grade class also has a mindfulness practice. It’s a great idea and it seems to work for them. 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♂️

Monday @ 9:09 PM

I got to be a guest reader in Tyler’s class today. Was fun to pick out a bunch of books for the 2nd Graders. 📚

Sunday @ 8:33 PM

Another very good meal at Martina. Shaved brussel salad, beet salad, swordfish and panqueque. Wow!

Sunday @ 2:17 PM

Theatre 🎭 this afternoon. Make Believe Neighborhood at In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre.

Saturday @ 9:27 PM

Mass Start Speed Skating reminds me a lot of track cycling.

Saturday @ 5:57 PM

Interesting strategy in Curling.

Saturday @ 5:28 PM

Congratulations to Duluth Curling Club for bringing home the first US Gold in Curling.

Saturday @ 5:23 PM

Forestry.io is working great for me. Removes the friction from static blogging. 👍🏻

Saturday @ 5:16 PM

If Curling can be an Olympic sport than surely Kubb could be too. 🤞🏻

Saturday @ 4:20 PM

macOS Photos app grinds my laptop to a crawl. Fans blaring, everything sluggish. Very frustrating. Seemingly doing nothing and it’s taking 280% and more of CPU.

Saturday @ 10:55 AM

We made 34,344 meals, enough to feed 94 kids for a year!

Saturday @ 10:53 AM

We packed 22 boxes at Feed My Starving Children this morning! 🙌🏻 Tyler picked a great event for his birthday!

Saturday @ 9:00 AM

At Feed My Starving Children to pack meals. Tyler wanted to come here for his birthday. Love this handmade graph of progress.

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