A while back, I lost a friend.
Been a while since I wrote about the progress I've made on my novel. Here's the latest update: I'm at 42.5 thousand words.
A long time ago, in a county far, far away, I had a gig that didn't pay well, and it was boring. As a result, I spent a lot of my time trying to unfuck Wikipedia...
My endeavors fall into one of two categories: my hobbies and my work. When I engage in a hobby, it's fine if not everything goes to plan; my motorcycle breaks down, my 1911
A short, fictional passage.
When Shadow of the Tomb Raider came out, I didn't get what the big deal was. Having played it, I know what everyone was mad about...
At the heart of every story is a single golden thread running from beginning to end, defining its essential elements. We take this thread, and we add characters, plots, and scenery. But which characters, plots, and scenery?
Adulting is hard sometimes. No one can behave like a grown-up from dawn to dusk, and we all slack off now and then. Unfortunately for your fictional people, they don't get to slack off when they feel like it, because perception is everything.
The idea is older than Sir Isaac Newton, but it is his quotation that comes to mind: If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants.
I've had an article on the back burner for some time now that just hasn't been published because I'm afraid it'll get me fired. Here's one that has a slightly lower chance of conjuring a pitchfork-wielding mob to my front door. Hope you enjoy!
All right, so I found this out after looking through the issues backlog on github for Visual Studio Code. You can set word wrap for markdown, but you have to do it specifically for markdown, because apparently there's some kind of default overriding here.
Current length: 11k words.