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Quincy Returns for More Acupuncture

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I learned that the doctor tends to go for 15 minute treatments for pain, though some animals may vary in terms of how they respond to the duration. Quincy seemed to fare a little worse the last few times, so she reduced the treatment time from 15 minutes to around 7-8 minutes.

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Code Day

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Sorry, this is a cheap move. But it’s been busy lately, and ended up choosing to focus on code tonight at the expense of the blog.

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Zero Views App

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I’ll be honest – my first reaction on seeing this app was “Hey, that’s my idea!” But after a moment or so, that thought passed. After all, no one really holds the copyright to the concept of low-viewcount videos. And with hosting my code on GitHub, this kind of thing is the nature of open source.

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The Anticipation of Travel: Studying vs. Excitement

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Liz and I are heading overseas next week, and I’m not quite ready for it. I mean, I am ready – in the sense that when I’m called to go and eat a lot of food, and drink wine in France… I am capable and up to the task. I mean ready in the other sense, as in: researching the things I want to see, creating the various Google Maps I want to have as handy reference, having a specific museum to day itinerary printed and folded crisply in my pocket.

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I’ve Been Working on the Railroad…

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The day was already pretty hot, and it was uncomfortable outside. But I swear – if I didn’t have to go in to work, I would have stayed out here and watched. And probably tried to talk to the workers, to ask a bunch of annoying questions.

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