Adventures Around the Web Octber 21-26
This week, the colder temperatures marched in, and then bounced around. Pretty typical for DC, but it’s hard when your sinuses are going, “I’m not happy”…
Lulu the dog flunked out of CIA bomb-sniffer school because she just didn’t care
Spy dog fails classes at CIA! Lots of very cute dog pictures for Friday. Labs have a gentleness about them that’s just fun to look at. Link courtesy of Day Al-Mohamed.
Serialized television has become a disease
I’ve of mixed feelings about serialization. Early on, I did think it gave shows a continuity they desperately needed. On the show Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, it was like the writers hit a reset button each time they wrote a new episode. If aliens invaded the ship, it was treated as if it was the first time, even when it wasn’t. Characters come into our lives and become something more, just like in books. But serialization does not allow episodes to stand out. What if the serialization for the year is poor?
Adding Tags in OneNote
This one’s a software tool I’ve been using for my research library. I was on Evernote, but I switched over over because I don’t need extra software to confuse things. I already had OneNote as part of the 365 subscription–why pay for a second program? I know Scrivener had notes for projects, but I always thought research notes should be available for reuse. That’s a little hard if it’s done by project. I also heard someone say that OneNote doesn’t have tagging. I don’t use it myself, but the link explains to to tag. And a photo of my research library …