We Haven’t Reached the Ends of Ourselves Yet

I just figured out why the keyboard tray seems to have done the opposite of what it was supposed to do. About a month ago, I got a pair of properly fitting glasses that made my prescription so much more effective. It’s brilliant — the world has crisp lines again! — but I’ve still been habitually leaning in…

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Writer and Web Designer. See also: lover, fighter, object of subjectivity. https://schmutzie.com and https://elan.works.

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Writer and Web Designer. See also: lover, fighter, object of subjectivity. https://schmutzie.com and https://elan.works.

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