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Memes (rhymes with dreams or genes) are ideas, tunes or other mental constructs: mental virii.

This site collects links and notes to the ones we would like to remember.

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Habit tracking app if you want to go there
PEX Plumbing Intro

Carbon Steel Pan Care

Initial Seasoning

First you’ll need to remove the new pan’s wax or grease coating (used to protect the metal from rusting in transit). Use very hot water, dish soap, and vigorous scrubbing with a bristle brush. Dry the pan and then put it on low heat to finish drying. Add 1/3 cup oil, 2/3 cup salt, and peels from two potatoes (these help to pull any remaining wax or grease from the pan surface). Cook over medium heat, occasionally moving the peels around the pan and up the sides to the rim, for 8 to 10 minutes. (The pan will turn brown.) Discard the contents, allow the pan to cool, and wipe with paper towels. You are ready to cook. (If you experience sticking, repeat once.) This method will work on any carbon-steel skillet.


Avoid soap and abrasive scrubbing. Simply wipe or rinse the pan clean, dry it thoroughly on a warm burner, and rub it with a light coat of oil. If you accidentally scrub off some of the patina, wipe the pan with a thin coat of oil and place it over high heat for about 10 minutes until the pan darkens (it will smoke; turn on an exhaust fan).

Blotchy is OK

As soon as you season and start cooking in a carbon-steel pan, it changes from shiny silver to brown and blotchy. The blotches are a sign that the pan is building up a slippery patina, which will help it become increasingly nonstick. The blotches and nonstick capability may initially wax and wane, but with use, the pan’s cooking surface will gradually darken and become more uniform in color.

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Data only Project Fi
Typing Test with free improvement drills
20 point guide to defending democracy
Political organizing

Chromebook Arch Install so easy, so easy Project Fi vs Sprint speed tests in Europe

American Interventions 19th to 21st centuries
Education Only one link?
Bucket List

Eyeglasses 30 days no question return policy

Transcription and Proofreading work
9 Writing Lessons learned by teaching
Website Builders laundry list of tools
Reading as a new category?
Image Comics Where to get stuff Matt has worked on.
Self published finding guide from BootRiot
Smashwords independent publishing

Art of Manliness Bodyweight exercises the prisoner workout
Hey! Git can diff SQLite databases via dump!
Finland Basic Income 800€ per person per month.

Donating books to Multnomah County Library
Yoga on the go
Helping the grieving

Restoring hand drills cheaply. Drill press handy.
Rust removal via electrolysis
WoodGears Wood Workers links

Cool Tools Top 50 Podcasts
This is a browser hack. One simple line of Javascript code can enable you to change the content of any website!

By pasting the below lines on the web browser address bar (where you see the URL), I can edit the site as I want. Code: "javascript:document.body.contentEditable='true'; document.designMode='on'; void 0"

Once you paste the code on the URL, it will be like this: document.body.contentEditable='true'; document.designMode='on'; void 0

The "javascript:" will be missing. You have to manually append this before document.

Step 1: Copy the code Step 2: Paste the code on the Address bar of the page you want to edit. Step 3: Add javascript: before document.body.... This is because in Chrome, the javascript will not be visible. Step 4: Hit Enter.

Once you paste the code, you won't feel anything. The URL will remain the same. Just take your cursor on the text you want to edit and start editing.

maybe half way through the YouTube my list?
Remote Work Sites 25 best?

Sewing machine Recommended by Andrew Maxwell-Parish who makes his own messenger bags every couple of years. In an email he wrote "I've been using this Brother sewing machine for about 3 years and I like it quite a bit. I tend to push the limits of sewing multiple layers of canvas with it and it has survived. There are four of these machines at the lab I manage and three out of the four have also survived a lot of use and abuse from the students over the last two years." Low cost and school lab durable? Great combination.
Note: Wirecutter choices are very different. They considered the Brother, but didn't feel a computerized machine at that price point could be durable.

natural tooth and gum care
How to do visual comedy Edgar Wright praise flick
Job Search thank you notes
best posting times for social media to get attention

20lb backpack around world a bit for the Santiago.
Must See Portland
Henry Miller Writing Commandments

Seven Privacy Tools
Repair Clinic appliance howto and parts place.

MultCoLib page of lifelong learning resources
Tor Saunter nodes

Numbeo world wide cost of living comparison

Writers' daily routines

VLC 25 Tips
How Ira Glass works

Open Source Hardware intro from Carla Schroder
Need to find de-spammer techniques.

3D printer to hire, used by Marc
Alternate found by me while searching for his source

Net Analyzer from UC Berkeley

Notmuch email indexing
Retirement buckets

Habits of Creatives

Writing/Journaling benefits
25 Steps to Editing

Yale's Teaching Howto
Circuit rework soldering skills and more

False Memories from neurologist Oliver Saks

Jetpens highly rated, if you have a special need check here
The Best Pen Pen nerds geek out on their choice for an everyday pen
Top 10 general use mechanical pencils

Arduino Digital Setting Circles Dob Parts for encoders

Books to be Influenced By

Docbook to EPUB howto do it

Practical Typography Inlcudes five simple rules to clean up your act.
Best Books on Writing Reading from Brain Pickings
Foreign data w/Verizon
BoingBoing Gamblers and Murderers
Do the Math
Prism Break Open tools to be as free from surveilence as possible
Terrible Minds Page of general advice for creatives
Twitter Bootstrap - HTML, CSS and Javascript elements to bootstrap your web project. By nerds for nerds.
Extra Virginity The world of olive oil
Booting from thumbdrives
f/stops beyond 64

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