Loving the NBA playoffs this year. Rooting for the Jazz and 76ers. Probably the Raptors too since TO is so close.
Built to Spill, Afghan Whigs, and Rituals of Mine tonight.
To sum up: eat whole, minimally processed foods with an emphasis on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, and plain water for thirst.
An easy and educational read… check it out!
It’s finally NFL draft week! Buffalo sports radio has been talking about this Thursday for months now, so I’m glad we’re finally to the draft. Now the team just needs to find the franchise QB! Nothing hard about that…
The Ringer posted a good conversation on the upcoming QB class, where they looked at the class and tried to separate reality from the hype.
My Bills preferences match up with their general consensus:
- Josh Rosen
- Baker Mayfield
- Sam Darnold
- Lamar Jackson
- Josh Allen
- Mason Rudolph
The only QB I am OK with the team spending a ton of draft capital to jump into the top 3 for is Josh Rosen. I highly doubt Darnold will last pass three. Mayfield I’d be OK with them jumping into the slots 5 to 7. Otherwise, I would hold at 12 for Jackson and fill other needs with our picks.
Thursday can’t come soon enough.
Cal Newport sums up the key takeaway from his digital declutter experiment:
Focusing on the most beneficial activities to the exclusion of less beneficial alternatives can leave you better off than trying to clutter your life with everything that might offer some value.
Sounds like great advice.
Such awesome news. I just connected my blog to Flickr so photo blog posts get auto-posted to Flickr. I am really looking forward to seeing where SmugMug takes Flickr — it’s been neglected for way too long.
Picked up this Fender Squier Bullet Telecaster today. Plays great and feels super solid for the price. I sold my guitar and amp when the twins were born and have missed playing music and the creative outlet.
I need to do more of Cal’s ‘slow social media’ approach, especially in conjunction with Firefox’s Facebook container plugin.
These are the kind of parents that raise the kids that lead me to write You Can’t.