I watched a video yesterday of a group of people explaining and playing a card game called _The Mind_. I was intrigued enough to buy this cooperative game for myself, in spite of the game's simple concept.
Things are still settling down, but I think I've finally completed the first step of my migration of Asymptomatic into this new server.
With my exploration of things in the small microcontroller space - like Arduino, NodeMCU, ESP8266, Teensy, etc. - I've been considering a handful of projects that really need some kind of casing. I've always been enthusiastic about natural cases for technology devices, and my latest project idea includes an opportunity to produce a case in natural wood.
I've rewritten this year's Brewfest website using an old design I liked on top of Phoenix. Phoenix is an MVC framework, like Rails, but for Elixir. The rewrite has been interesting.
There is some notion that one can _believe_ in science. Science is not a belief. Science is science. If you don't believe in science, you are a denier. You deny that evidence that is examined and evaluated can predict future results. It's that simple.