and it turns out it's not my fault, but rather breaking changes in the API 😠

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oh man am I ever grateful for Postman for API testing

I also learned that integers in Python can be expressed with underscores to make long numbers more readable: For example: 500_000_000 instead of 500000000.

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Why is ubuntu always adjusting my volume settings (both input and output) without asking me? Seems like a weird thing to do.

Up to now, my considered approach to tea storage has been just to drink it as fast as possible

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I find myself looking for a large fermenting crock. Time to visit the nearby thrift stores

me: happy Canadian new year!
coworkers: oh, how do you celebrate?
me: we eat a moose 😂

That's my second toot in a week that describes my work with the word "grind". Shows how I'm feeling about things rn

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We got administrative buy-in for a LibGuides-based library homepage. Next up is some grinding committee work to make it happen 🙄

Despite failing at my reading goal for 2020, I have optimistically set another one for 2021

teeth, - 

Also, my front tooth seems to be slowly breaking right through the middle, which is, uh, concerning

The neighbors have been laughing hysterically for about 10 hours now. I don't really want to know what's going on over there...

I guess I like the parts that are most librarianish, which is not surprising

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I like the put-your-head-down-and-grind-it-out part of research the best

Came across an Open Library title for the first time today. Controlled Digital Lending ftw!

It turns out that IEEE is our only vendor who doesn't support COUNTER 5 yet. And yes, I am totally willing to call them out about it on mastodon

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Books are a good antidote to feeling too certain about things

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This is a tiny instance.