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Monthly Archives: September 2016
Cooking with HelloFresh Day 2
Second meal from the three-meal trial box. Went slightly messier than Sunday.
Beans and tomatoes cooking
The next part got real messy. Searing the steaks. Might need to adjust timing and heat for the next time :)
Cooking with HelloFresh
Gave the HelloFresh service a whirl yesterday. Here’s the results
All the ingredients gave premeasured – with one exception (the lemon), that had to be cut in half for use on the salad (I chose not to do this)
Half way through cooking, the sausage meat was turned into meatballs and frying happily; and the orzo, onions, courgettes, and broad beans are simmering away happily in the other pan.
There were enough ingredients for two servings, so here’s the result. Not perfect — I need to learn how to slice and dice onions a bit more effectively, and perhaps I should have left the beans to cook a bit longer. Also, there’s half a meatball here because I used it to check whether the balls were finished cooking
健毅 黃 is out running. So far he has tracked 2.39 km in 17m:27s.
Reverting back to the beginning to rebuild my foundation after slacking off on long distances for a while. Today’s run was 10 min walk followed by 1 min/1 min jog/walk intervals then another 5 min walk.
健毅 黃 was out running. He tracked 2.96 km in 22m:53s.
Meet Saya, the Japanese Schoolgirl Who Doesn’t Exist | Oddity Central – Collecting Oddities
Saya may look like a young, beautiful schoolgirl, but she is actually just an ultra-realistic computer generated model created by Japanese duo Telyuka.
Source: Meet Saya, the Japanese Schoolgirl Who Doesn’t Exist | Oddity Central – Collecting Oddities
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Sony wins battle over preinstalled Windows in Europe’s top court | Ars Technica
This shows how out of touch the justice system is with the requirements of the users. I agree that some users want to be able to use the computer immediately. I am NOT “some users”.
If the computer doesn’t come with the OS I want, I don’t want it to come with any OS at all, so I can install it myself.
My laptop and my computer both have Linux (my desktop has Linux Mint, my laptop has Ubuntu). Both came with Windows 7 Home Basic when I purchased it, because there was no option for “No Operating System”. If I can save £50 on my machine by not having to install crapware by Microsoft, I’d take it if it were an option.
CJEU rejects French citizen’s complaint, rules consumers want an OS on their PCs.
Source: Sony wins battle over preinstalled Windows in Europe’s top court | Ars Technica
‘World’s strongest coffee’ is here and its caffeine levels are scarily high
Fancy a coffee? How about a 80-shot coffee in one cup? The warning on the menu says it all. Drink at your own risk.
Source: ‘World’s strongest coffee’ is here and its caffeine levels are scarily high
James Veitch: The agony of trying to unsubscribe | TED Talk | TED.com
健毅 黃 was out running. He tracked 3.61 km in 20m:34s.
Wow, I’m super out of shape. Struggling to get even 4k done >_<