I’ve officially moved back to WordPress. It is a bit of a pain and overly complex, but I was able to import most of my old posts into one place, which is pretty amazing.

The Emperor’s New Groove is easily one of my favorite films, no qualifier needed. The humor, the voice actors, the ridiculous story, all of it comes together for a great film. This gem comes via Vulture:

This is the honest-to-God truth. The first and only draft of The Emperor’s New Groove was handed in two weeks after the movie was in theaters.

David Reynolds, screenwriter

Copies of the unedited version of the Sweatbox documentary are available from the Internet Archive.

Currently running a Lenovo T430s (i5 2.6GHz, 8GB RAM, released June 2012) in clamshell mode as my main machine, powering 2 24 inch monitors, headset, and webcam. Do I replace it with an M1 Mac, or a custom build? 🤔

Paul Ford for Wired:

Try making a map of your office. See what you remember. Where do people go when they are rewarded, punished? Where is power concentrated, and where do you sit? What paths do people take to accomplish their goals? Are some emotions possible in one space and not another?

The book he mentions, Space and Place by Yi-Fu Tuan, will now go on my reading list—a perfect accompaniment to the unfinished Geography of Thought by Richard Nisbett and Geography of Time by Robert Levine. These sorts of books are small but provide fascinating insights.

(via Kevin Wammer)