Monthly Archives: December 2021

An SVG clock

Sometimes we experiment and play with technology. The clock below is an SVG clock using SVG and Canvas technology to display local time. Doing it with these two technologies was easier than with JavaScript. The code doesn’t require calculating thousandths of a second like another clock I tried. The tutorial to make this clock is… Read More »

Learning About Canvas And SVGs

Other the last week I have been learning about canvas and SVGs. I am not certain that I will use this knowledge immediately but it is good to learn nonetheless. I struggled with some code when setting up a clock. I went back through the code line by line two or three times before trying… Read More »

Seeing the Pandemic As A Journey

Last night I was reading and began seeing the pandemic as a journey. The pandemic has been a journey for everyone, but especially for those in solitude. For those of us in solitude, it has required that we completely change how we consume the media and how we interact with the world. We go for… Read More »

Pandemic as Journey

Although not discussed as such the pandemic is an interior journey in the same manner as thru hikes as they are called in the US and pilgrimages in Europe. We start with one identity and one life and we have to adapt it to suit the things that can be realised during a pandemic. We… Read More »

The Evergreen Pandemic

We are currently living through the evergreen pandemic. I give it this name because the more time passes the more we remain trapped in it. Every time progress is made restrictions are loosened and we revert to the way things were. I don’t feel there is anything new to write today. Enjoy the picture.

One Hundred And Eighty Days In a Row

Writing one hundred and eighty blog posts in a row is a challenge. I would say that I have learned something but I haven’t. Some days inspiration comes easily and other days I struggle to find something to write. We are in a pandemic and most days resemble the one before and the day after.… Read More »