Minnesota, US We moved to a new Airbnb yesterday and of course we filled in our refrigerator with exciting beers, which calls for more tasting tasks – a lot more to come! It is almost the end of November and the end of 2020 as well. Families in Rochester are starting to decorate their houses, and we are thinking of doing ours too. There is already a Christmas tree standing in our living room.
Minnesota, US It only snowed once this week. The number of infections is rising. The daily new cases in Olmsted has been up to ten times as usual in these two weeks. We try not to go out often. What I Saw This Week US stock market went high early this week. It seems US people are happy with the result of the election. My WeChat moments thread was full of big news that China signed one of the world’s largest regional free trade agreements, R.
A couple days ago, I wanted to share a Rust blockchain-related video to the rib.rs learning page by posting a comment there. Then suddenly I found out something was wrong – it didn’t show my posted comment at all! I tried again, but nothing happened. I remembered it worked before in previous newsletters. Did I change any code by mistake when I pushed the last newsletter? I don’t see it from the git log.
I published another website for my public notes. As I take more and more notes, I want a place to review and easily memorize them. I previously tried Evernote, Hackmd.io, Notion, Obsidian, and some others I don’t remember. Since I use Emacs for typing and the browser for viewing, I don’t want a third window that distracts me. So I started to try different Emacs plugins. I want an easy-managing workflow of my knowledge base and free access to read from anywhere.
Minnesota, US This is a report of this week (actually just four days since previous Coconut Report 31), and I am thinking of keeping a weekly pattern with shorter content rather than a more comprehensive monthly report, and putting specific content into blog posts. Rochester gets warmer this week, and the daytime is shorter. Tree leaves fall down, and only branches are left. Cuttipies, squirrels and bunnies, come out often for food that is hidden in the grass.