When senators are in the lobby, commoners come there to make their wishes. This is how the word lobbying came to be.
Tuesday, May 19
Made myself a standing workplace outside:
Wednesday, May 20
From President Zelensky’s NYT op-ed: “Ukraine remains a good partner and friend of the United States. We received the military assistance we needed to continue to ensure our country’s independence.”
Independence, you say? Needing something = being dependent on that something’s provider.
Thursday, May 21
I love drinking tea with ice cream.
Friday, May 22
I always click Submit instead of the arrows. Stupid design:
I’m writing a program that will help me write another program.
People should not be working towards 1TB/s internet, but towards files that take up less space.
Saturday, May 23
Evil doesn’t exist. Interests do.
It’s a good thing that English got rid of the long s.
If we ſtill had it today, reading would be much ſlower and ſlippier.
Sunday, May 24
Government bureaucracy is not always bad: it’s a strong filter that stops all extreme initiatives.
English has gibberish, which means that the easiest pronunciation wins.
English is a great language. I constantly create new words to improve it.
cookied, stuffed with cookies or cookie dough;
distinctify, to make something more distinct;
dynamisation, the act of making something dynamic.
The words above aren’t in the dictionary. Yet. Therefore I submitted them to the Oxford English Dictionary for review. I’ll let you know if they approve them.