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29 Jul 2016 09:45 am
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I finished my WIP Big Bang story after 10:30 last night. My original plan for the story had been for something much longer that ended with Jadis’s death. Then Cordelia’s dislocated knee happened in March, and all of the stress and freak out of May and early June meant I couldn’t write then either. I think this way actually works better because having two or three separate stories means I can switch points of view and focus.

I’m at 6000 words for the month of July with three days left to go. I don’t know that I’m willing to work as hard as would be necessary to write the remaining 4000 words to reach my Camp NaNo goal.

I got to bed around 12:30 last night and didn’t sleep all that well. That’s not entirely true. I slept well up until about 6:30 and then couldn’t get back to sleep again. I had expected more trouble toward the beginning of the night because I had a cup of caffeinated tea with honey around 9:30 last night when I wasn’t sure how late I’d have to stay up, just that I needed to be awake until I was done. Caffeine doesn’t tend to keep me awake except in as much as it’s hard to fall asleep when I have to keep getting up to use the toilet. I would have preferred eating something to having tea, but it was late enough that there really wasn’t much I could safely eat. Pretzels might have been safe or some form of purely sugar candy, but we had no candy, and I didn’t think of pretzels because I don’t like them all that much. The rationale for having tea was largely as a sugar delivery vehicle because I couldn’t stomach a spoonful of honey.

We went to Target last night to look for a bathing suit bottom for Cordelia. She didn’t like any of the official bathing suit things available because they were all too short. We ended finding some shorts made of moisture wicking fabric. She didn’t think they were quite long enough, either, but they were acceptable for now, and the longer things (capri type things) she tried, she also didn’t like.

We also bought a couple of DVDs, a book for Cordelia, and a mop and broom, also for Cordelia, because the cleaning lady wants Cordelia to have her own implements when she starts teaching Cordelia about sweeping and mopping. Scott got a game (on sale) that he really wanted. He hasn’t decided whether to keep it or to put it aside as a Christmas present for our local nephew. We also got some protein bars because we will want them in Chicago, and they’re only about 3/4 the price at Target as they are at Kroger.

Scott is working twelve hours today, 7 to 7, and eight hours tomorrow, 7-3. He told me that the only way he could have gotten out of the 7-3 tomorrow was by volunteering to work 3-7 in the morning tomorrow. That seems like something that ought to be illegal, but apparently it would be legal if he volunteered for it. They just can’t ask him or require him to work more than twelve hours in twenty four.

We have friends who are having a cookout tomorrow, but we won’t be able to go. With Scott working, we can’t do that and also get all of the trip preparation done. We need to get to the library (I might try going there today, but I’m not sure I’ll be up to it) and to Kroger. I think there’s something else we need to do, too, but I can’t think what it is.

Today, I need to print all of those directions for getting around Chicago. I need to find a suitcase and start packing my clothes. I should call my brother and make sure he knows we’ll be stopping in Lawton for lunch on Sunday. I’m not sure it will occur to our parents to tell him, and Lawton is only twenty minutes from where he lives. I’m pretty sure I’ve got at least half a dozen other things I need to do in terms of trip preparation, but I’m kind of blanking on them at the moment. Maybe I can manage a nap now that I’ve been up for an hour. That works sometimes.

Fic announcement

28 Jul 2016 11:53 pm
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I have posted my WIP Big Bang fic. It hasn’t been beta read, and I gave it only the most cursory read over because I only had an hour and a half before my drop dead deadline to post. Mainly, I made sure that the html was okay. If you spot typos or omitted words or whatever, please let me know. I haven’t posted it at my website yet, and I’m not sure when I will. Tomorrow, I have many other things I need to get done.

Title: Dark and Deep
Fandom: The Chronicles of Narnia
Rating: M
Tags: alternate universe - canon divergence, alternate universe - dark, villain pov, child abuse, physical abuse, emotional/psychological abuse, muteness, suicidal ideation
Pairing: None
Characters: Jadis, Susan, Peter, Tumnus
Summary: Tumnus delivers Lucy to the White Witch, and Aslan never comes. All four children end up in Jadis's hands, and she decides to see what she can mold them into.
Notes: This is the first story in an arc, but I’m not sure how many stories will come after it. I know the next one will deal with Edmund and Lucy and Susan.

Dark and Deep at AO3.

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28 Jul 2016 07:17 pm
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I’ve hit my minimum word count. Now I just have to find my way to an ending. I think I might know what the last line will be, but I might be wrong. I don’t see any chance that I’m getting this beta read before I post it because I’d like to post it before I go to bed this evening, and it’s 7 p.m. now. Even if I was completely done, I think things would be too tight for finding someone to look at something so potentially squicky/triggery.

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28 Jul 2016 03:20 pm
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I need 700 more words to reach the minimum word count for the WIP Big Bang. I also need to find some sort of ending for the story. It won’t be a really satisfying ending because I’ve realized that this is a small piece of something larger (of course). It’s just that other bits have to be from other points of view or they won’t work.

The chicken is cooked. The dishwasher is running, and when it’s done, I’ll cook some sweet potatoes.

I kind of want to lie down for a little bit, but because the cleaning lady’s here, Cordelia’s in our room, reading, and she won’t/can’t read if I’m in the room, too. (Plus, she prefers sitting on my side of the bed to sitting on Scott’s side.) I think I may go down in the basement and do some shelving since my brain is trying to shut down. I can do that without thinking, and maybe I’ll uncover some boxes I can use to ship the things I want to pack up and mail.

I’m trying to figure out how to get Cordelia to Target to shop for a bathing suit before Sunday. Scott’s working late tomorrow and is probably working during the day on Saturday, so this evening and Saturday evening are the only possible options. Cordelia just needs new bathing suit shorts, if we can find them. It’s a little late in the year, so I’m less optimistic than I might be. I’m not sure what we’ll do if Target fails us. I’m not sure that any of her normal shorts will work instead, and she wants to be able to swim at the hotel.

And, while I was in the bathroom, the mail carrier shoved a bunch of mail into our box and didn’t take any of the outgoing mail at all. I don’t see how he can have missed it being there. The absentee ballot envelopes are large, and the Netflix return envelope is bright red. The mailbox opens with a drop down door, so even people my height (5’2") can see everything inside when standing on our porch. The mail carrier must not have even bothered to look.

Fortunately, our cleaning lady was able to track down the mail carrier before he left the neighborhood and got him to take all three items. But… WTH?
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During previous dogsitting stints, I have gotten up around 7am to feed Dottie and let her out briefly to pee. Then I have returned to bed for a couple hours (because I am not a morning person) and only started her morning walk around 10:30am.

This time, I am trying an experiment wherein I go to bed by midnight, feed and piddle the dog around 8am, and then stay up. Even allowing time for showering, dressing, and general faffing around, this has let me start her morning walk by 8:45am.

And ye gods, those two hours make so much difference to the ambient heat.

It is a little weird and awkward forcing myself to bed at a 'reasonable' hour instead of indulging my natural night owl tendencies, but given summer temperatures in America? Totally worth it. :)

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28 Jul 2016 11:24 am
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I’ve done most of the easy preparation for the cleaning lady. We’ve got four bags and two bins in the living room that are filled with things we want to get rid of. I’d like to get them out of the living room, but I have no idea where to put them except in the basement which I think will lead them sitting for months.

I’m trying to decide if the dishwasher is full enough to run. We’re out of forks, but everything else is manageable. I’m just quite sure that, if I wait until after dinner, there will be too many dishes to fit.

We’re also frustratingly at the point of needing to cook in order to have something for dinner but also at the point when we’re close enough to leaving for a few days that we won’t finish all of the leftovers. But the chicken in the fridge won’t keep until we get back, so cooking it is pretty important. Maybe I should put that in the pressure cooker now. When that’s done, I’ll have enough dishes to fill the dishwasher.

I want to buy some StoryBundle books, but I know that I don’t read books if I buy them. I just don’t. But there are about three books in that bundle that I want, and buying them in paper would cost more than buying the entire bundle as ebooks.

I also want to give some money to the local food bank. I’m probably going to do it, not a lot but at least a little. I know that summer is really hard for families with kids because of the lack of school meals, and I know that the food bank can do a vast amount with even small monetary donations.

I didn’t end up going for a walk, and at this point, it’s warm enough that I probably won’t until after dark tonight.

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28 Jul 2016 10:27 am
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I wrote about 150 words last night. Naturally, I wrote them while I was supposed to be doing something else altogether. Still words, even words on the story I need to finish today. My current plan is to write this, post it, do all of the preparation for the cleaning lady coming, and then write for the rest of the day. I considered writing with breaks to do the chores, but I’m pretty sure that that would lead to me finding more and more things with which to distract myself. I might also take a walk this morning because it hasn’t (according to my phone) gotten hot yet. I’ve been wanting to go to the science center for several days now and just putting it off and putting it off, but that would take a fairly large bite out of my morning, so I don’t know.

I actually set an alarm to get myself out of bed at 7:00 with the idea that the extra time would let me take a walk while it was cool, but I was so tired when my alarm went off that I went right back to sleep because I knew that there was no reason I really had to get up. (Sleep last night wasn’t as bad as the night before, but it wasn’t as uninterrupted and restful as I’d have preferred.)

I’m getting a bit frustrated with Scott. He keeps saying that he needs to be in bed by 10:00, but he does nothing at all to make that happen. He doesn’t start making his lunch or getting ready for bed until 10:30, and often, that only happens because I start getting ready for bed or tell him that he must. I should not be responsible for getting him to bed. He’s fifty not five. When we’re in bed, generally the light on my side of the bed is on (his bedside lamp doesn’t, to the best of my knowledge, actually work, and the overhead light is harder to turn off than my lamp is). He stays up, dinking around on his laptop and watching YouTube videos, until I get around to turning the light off. He never asks me to do it.

I think that we may need to go to bed at different times. I don’t know. Maybe I should try to get up earlier in the morning so that going to bed earlier makes sense? But my most productive writing time is generally after 9:00 and runs as late as I’m able to stay up. If I write on my laptop or my phone in bed, the light keeps Scott awake, so that’s not a workable solution.

I have decided, however, that I’m going to start making Scott’s sandwiches. It takes all of three minutes (I’m not sure why it takes him fifteen most evenings). His lunches are a sandwich, a yogurt, and a bag of carrots. I can have that ready with almost no effort, especially if I make it part of my morning routine. There’s enough time while I wait for the kettle to boil for my coffee for me to make his sandwich and deal with the dirty dishes.

We had two friends over last night, and Scott tried to get a game of Microscope going. Sadly, that needs a good bit more time than we had, especially given that we were trying it for the first time and really had no idea what we were doing. It took us most of the time we had to get our frame set up. (It was during this time that I started writing, so I wasn’t as helpful as I maybe should have been.) Scott’s thinking that he’ll try to come up with some sort of silly role playing scenario that the four of us can play when [livejournal.com profile] booniverse isn’t able to run but the rest of us want to do something.

We got our absentee ballots yesterday and filled them out and put them in the mailbox to go back in today’s mail. I considered taking them in myself, but I realized that I really don’t currently have the resources to do that. I need to husband my resources so that I can deal with all of the preparation for the trip. I’m pretty sure that we’ve got enough time for the USPS to get the ballots to city hall by the end of the day on Tuesday.
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Any website* [see ETA below] can be set up to allow access to your Lastpass vault without a hacker knowing or using your Lastpass Master Password. Mr. L33t "Are people really using this Lastpass thing?" Hakkor here indicates hackers can go in and delete your existing passwords without your knowledge or permission. Yes, I'm grateful he found this bug, but no, he doesn't need to be a total asswipe about it.

But the latest Lastpass "fix" version ALSO has a bug (at least in Firefox latest on Win10 Pro) that I just found. If this is your setup then set a "don't re-prompt" flag (for Master Password entry) IMMEDIATELY or Lastpass won't work. ETA2: you can take anything between this and the next ETA under advisement, but I haven't been able to repeat the success I had in further attempts after posting.

This isn't the most fun (ETAnth: and wow, I really wasn't kidding; what a mess) I'll ever have writing about Lastpass. I wasn't going to post anything until I saw news of the zero day flaw and installed Lastpass's "fix" version, only to run into this problem on the first site (Dreamwidth) that I tried to log into.

OK, so say that, like me, you've set Lastpass to make you type in a Master Password before you log into a website, then once it gets your Master Password, that it autofills your username and password for you. With the new "fix" version, if you don't check "don't re-prompt" and select a time frame (I selected 24 hours) Lastpass WILL NOT autofill your username or password (or it will, but somehow the login will still fail with a "wrong password" message and then the form fields will return blanked out; see ETAs below).

A question I have: are the blank form fields and the re-prompt on infinite loop? I'm not sure, but after Dreamwidth warned me I'd be booted for too many log-in attempts (because a blank field somehow equals a wrong password, in this case?) after four tries I gave up trying to do it the right way and went for the "don't re-prompt" box. Luckily my first instinct as to what was wrong was right.

tl;dr ad infinitum, dudes

Fix the latest Lastpass bug with this new version of Lastpass; if you have Lastpass set to prompt for Master Password before you log into each website, then before you log in, check the "don't re-prompt" box and select a timeframe, or you won't be able to log in - the form fields will NOT be autofilled and Lastpass will simply re-prompt for your Master Password in a seemingly (and quite possibly) endless loop.

ETA1: while Lastpass writes that pulling off the zero-day flaw would "require tricking a user via a phishing attack into going to a malicious website", the bug-finder says no, that's not true: any website can insert malicious code to view, modify, delete or steal the contents of your Lastpass vault.

ETA2a: The above fix worked on a newer tablet running Windows 10 but does not work on an older HP laptop I've been using since posting about this. Logging into Dreamwidth on the latter, the form fields are, in fact, being auto-filled, but are erased after log-in should occur. The log-in then fails with the "wrong password" message from Dreamwidth. Setting the "don't re-prompt" flag changes nothing; it was just rinse and repeat until my IP got banned for too many attempts. On my final retry I went into the Vault and copied/pasted my password directly into the form field.

Which puts my plaintext Dreamwidth password directly into Windows memory and is a really, really stupid thing to do.

And in copying it out from my Vault, I was supposed to have to enter my Master Password once again to even have access to it, but the prompt for that was turned off, so I was able to just copy it directly (yet another bug/security vulnerability).

I then tried to log into live.com (Dreamwidth and Live are the same websites I tried for my earlier version of this post) but this time the form fields on Live auto-filled just fine so I was logged in immediately.

I don't have an answer to the what's going on with Dreamwidth, nor how to get around the log-in problem without directly filling out the password field like I just did, but I'm not reporting it, because the version of Lastpass causing this issue will be considered unstable or not widely used, so would probably be relegated to low-priority for bug-fixing.

I'd actually suggest not using the "fix" version of Lastpass, because it seems to be breaking more than it's fixing (it's also breaking Dreamwidth's CSS on the log-in and log-in failure pages). On Dreamwidth, where it's literally not working at all, and on Live, where it seems to be working at least from my laptop, I'm getting the green bar along the top after my DW log-in failures and Live log-in successes saying, "Save this site?" when I already did - isn't that why I'm having a problem, after all?

On top of that, I'm starting to wonder about corporate responsibility and if Lastpass should go take a hike.

Rant time... )
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Writing stuff:

1. I grabbed a Ladystuck Remix pinch hit. This was possibly a bad idea, but I very much want to play with some of the writer in question's stories, so. We shall see how it goes. :)

2. I just received my Narnia Fic Exchange assignment, whereupon I cracked up and startled the dog, because my recipient reflected several of my own prompts right back at me with slightly different emphases. Obviously these are stories I am interested in! The question now is whether they are stories I can write as well as stories I want to read...

3. I am continuing to edit pieces of "The Transient and the Eternal" and post them to AO3. Most of the edits so far have been very minor -- punctuation tweaks, a rephrased clause here and there -- but the tenth fic got some actual substantive changes. I wanted to mitigate some glaring sexism that snuck in while I wasn't examining my default cultural assumptions, and I wanted to play up Sara and Kira's friendship a bit more by clarifying that she cares about him, she knows he's dangerous, and she doesn't find him personally intimidating in the slightest. Also the beta draft final paragraphs were missing some connective logic, so I needed to let them breathe a touch more.

4. I hate my WIP Big Bang. Hate it, hate it, hate it. ...On the brighter side, my artist sent me a progress shot of the illustration and it looks really cool. So there's that!
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I'm going to keep posting these for a while, though probably not on any actual schedule. Anyway, parts 7 and 8 are now up on AO3. Part 9 has minor edits from its beta draft version. Part 10 has more significant changes, particularly to the concluding paragraphs.

The Transient and the Eternal: Kisses - Kira and Setsuna discuss a theoretical extra-credit science project. (1,275 words)

The Transient and the Eternal: Irritating People - Setsuna has a girlfriend. Sara and Kira hate her. (1,400 words)

General warnings for Angel Sanctuary apply: namely, that the canon is built of WTF and incest (and very pretty art), so please proceed with caution. :)

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27 Jul 2016 03:43 pm
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We have transferred two of our three websites. The big one is going to take more doing because the interface wants us to upload a single file at a time. That was annoying with the small sites but will be beyond bearing for the photo site. I haven’t checked my website yet to make sure that I didn’t miss any of my pages. There are easily a hundred of them, and going through to load them one at a time made missing one far too easy. It was about 10:30 when I got them all uploaded, and I didn’t want to face finding problems that close to bedtime. I have no excuse for not having done it yet today.

I slept poorly last night. I was too warm, and my brain kept churning on a story idea. Not, of course, any of the stories that I’ve been working on recently. Also, the stuff going through my head was OOC and not particularly coherent because I was partly asleep. I don’t expect that, even if I write that story, I will use any of it.

When I woke up around 9:00 this morning, I was completely convinced that there was some reason I was required to stay in bed and not allowed to get up until 10:00. Fortunately, I woke enough to realize that that was ridiculous. I certainly could have stayed in bed that late, but there was no reason I had to.

I have put in a request to have our mail held for three days while we’re away.

Firefox didn’t interact well with the USPS website either, so I’m thinking there’s some sort of issue with the most recent version of Firefox that’s breaking how it interacts with some sort of standard things. The city clerk’s office website could just be that not being up to date on some aspect of Firefox, but the USPS and Google are the sort of things that a web browser ought to be able to work with because the folks putting together the browser are paying attention and making sure of it. I did try to troubleshoot Firefox printing problems yesterday, but following the instructions from Mozilla only crashed Firefox which I rather think not the optimum thing.

I’ve got a longish list of things that I really ought to do, but I can’t seem to find the motivation to do any of them. There’s the website, printing directions for the trip, writing (oh, goodness, the writing!), packing for the trip, changing our internet service (I got almost through doing that online then panicked and closed the window. I think Scott will have to do it), finding boxes in which to mail a few different things and packing those things up, answering some email, and dealing with all of the normal household chores.

I also need to pin Scott down about food plans for our trip. I’m of the opinion that taking lunches with us when we venture into Chicago might be worthwhile in terms of saving us money. Yes, it would mean having to carry the dratted things all morning, but I expect that buying lunch out would run at least $10 each. At least. Of course, I’m also expecting that I’ll be wanting to carry other things with me so that I don’t get horribly bored if I need to sit somewhere for two or three hours, waiting for Scott and Cordelia to do something without me.

I’ve eaten. I’ve showered. I’ve washed a load of laundry. I don’t think I’ve accomplished anything else, and I’m not sure how to get myself to.
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If I decide to check out Gail Carriger's books, should I start by reading the Finishing School sequence or the Parasol Protectorate sequence? Or something else? Or does that reading order not matter?

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27 Jul 2016 07:37 pm
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I still wonder why Black Sails doesn't get the credit that GOT gets.





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27 Jul 2016 12:34 am
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I asked my cousin Vickydali, who has lived in New York pretty much all her adult life, whether she has seen Hamilton. No, she said, you can't get tickets for that for a year. I thought you might have heard of it before it got big, I said. She had, she said; her cousin on her father's side, who still lives in Puerto Rico, came to New York in order to see it. Vickydali loves musicals, and is interested in the success of fellow Nuyoricans, but -- a *rap* musical? Probably not for her, she thought.

I sent her links to Wait For It and The Room Where It Happens. I wonder whether the infatuation will take hold.

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26 Jul 2016 10:12 pm
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I have a dog until August 10th, while my parents are in Europe. They are starting in Prague, taking a river cruise on the Elbe, and ending at the Meteoritical Society's annual conference, which is in Berlin this year. (In late September, they will go back to Prague because Dad is presenting a paper at a completely different conference. They had already made the cruise reservations when he learned about that conference and decided to submit an abstract, which is why the logistics make no sense.)

Dottie is going to turn 14 this fall, and her age has definitely started to catch up with her. When I had her this spring, she was already on some anti-arthritis medication, and now she's also been switched to a new diet because she's showing early signs of kidney problems. (Drinking a lot of water, basically, which is extra weird because she's never drunk much; we used to slip her water by turning her meals into soup.) She's walking very slowly and often doesn't want to go outside at all... which is, of course, a problem because of all the water she's now drinking. :(

I did some online research and talked to some people at my church about which local vets they use, and Mom and I jointly decided which one to use in case of emergencies. Hopefully it will not come to that, but it's good to have a plan in place.

This afternoon, Dottie and I sat out on my back porch for a while because when I tried to walk her, she just flopped down on a sunny patch of grass a block from my apartment and refused to move. I had to carry her back home, after which I figured if she wanted to lie in the sun, we could at least do it where I could read a book. *wry* I also brushed her because she's been shedding like crazy, and I could probably do so again tomorrow and remove just as much hair. Hopefully that's a side-effect of the heat and not a sign of a more serious health issue.

This time Dad remembered to add a squishy pillow as part of her paraphernalia, so she has a comfortable resting place near my computer desk. On previous visits, Dottie made do with my one and only couch cushion, which is stiff and overstuffed and also just a little too small for her to easily curl up on. She is snoozing on her pillow beside me now, and I have to say, my apartment feels about ten times friendlier with her in it than when I'm on my own. :)
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Pokémon Go is my first actual experience with Pokémon in any form, so it has zero nostalgia factor for me. It's fun seeing how excited people are about it, though!

My own playing is still really haphazard and confined to bus and car rides, but I've hit level 6 and picked a team (blue) by the simple method of texting [dreamwidth.org profile] shiroiko in Toronto and saying "What team are you on?" (If there's a benefit to sharing a team with online friends, I haven't heard about it, so I figured being on the same team as friends I'll see in person was the way to go.) I still haven't technically been to a gym--last night [dreamwidth.org profile] scruloose and Ginny and Kas and I went for supper and there was a gym in close enough range of the restaurant that I could click it and choose a team, but after that, it told me I was out of range.

After supper I bounced a handful of questions off [dreamwidth.org profile] inkstone, so now more things make sense to me. Yay! (Other things are still confusing, but I think they're probably glitches rather than deliberate interface choices? Although whoever positioned the Settings button so it's hidden under the red "No GPS signal" bar gets a lot of side-eye from me. >.> I was trying to turn the damn music off while I was indoors on the first day or so, and GPS wasn't connecting, and I could not find the settings to save my life. WTF, somebody-somewhere?)

And now [dreamwidth.org profile] inkstone has made this happen for folks on Dreamwidth:

PokeStop - a Pokémon Go community

While I'm on the subject, two links:

"If 'Pokémon Go' Freezes While Catching a Pokémon, Here's How to Make Sure You Keep It".

"Future Pokemon Go features include more Pokemon, customizable PokeStops and trading". (Short article about the SDCC panel.)


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to remember

"When you make the finding yourself— even if you're the last person on Earth to see the light— you'll never forget it." —Carl Sagan

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