so…Norm's musings. Make of them what you will. Walsh<link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href=""/><id></id><published>2021-06-17T16:22:28.855Z</published><updated>2021-06-17T16:22:28.855Z</updated><content type="xhtml" xml:base=""><div xmlns=""> <p>“Tilt and turn” windows are cool, but I’m often startled by the lack of standardization (with respect to handle orientation). Half the windows in the house work one way, half the other. </p> </div></content></entry><entry><title/><link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href=""/><id></id><published>2021-06-17T16:15:54.31Z</published><updated>2021-06-17T16:16:26.709Z</updated><content type="xhtml" xml:base=""><div xmlns=""> <p>I'm continuing to make progress on XML Resolver 3.x. Today I pushed 3.0.1beta3 but, perhaps more importantly, there's now a <a href="">sample app</a> that demonstrates its features and how it works. Try it out and let me know what you think! Proper blog post in the works. </p> </div></content></entry><entry><title/><link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href=""/><id></id><published>2021-06-17T16:14:11.285Z</published><updated>2021-06-17T16:14:11.285Z</updated><content type="xhtml" xml:base=""><div xmlns=""> <p>After almost a year on the other side of an ocean and then packed away, we finally got to try Lots, a game we kickstarted I think. Lots of fun, sort of a riff on Jenga and Tetris. </p><div class="image"><a href=""><img src="" alt="[Photo]"/></a></div> </div></content></entry><entry><title/><link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href=""/><id></id><published>2021-06-03T18:36:33.976Z</published><updated>2021-06-03T18:36:33.976Z</updated><content type="xhtml" xml:base=""><div xmlns=""><p>Towards XML Resolver 3.0.0! I’ve pushed a snapshot release of XML Resolver 3.0.0. No, really, I actually mean it. <a href=""></a></p></div></content></entry><entry><title/><link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href=""/><id></id><published>2021-05-29T18:47:06.047Z</published><updated>2021-05-29T18:47:06.047Z</updated><content type="xhtml" xml:base=""><div xmlns=""> <p>The Jin Talog gin was a housewarming gift from @laurendw. And mighty nice it is, here in a martini. </p><div class="image"><a href=""><img src="" alt="[Photo]"/></a></div> </div></content></entry><entry><title/><link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href=""/><id></id><published>2021-05-29T18:45:44.115Z</published><updated>2021-05-29T18:45:44.115Z</updated><content type="xhtml" xml:base=""><div xmlns=""> <p>I'm getting better at floats. My black and tan is still a disaster, however. </p><div class="image"><a href=""><img src="" alt="[Photo]"/></a></div> </div></content></entry><entry><title/><link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href=""/><id></id><published>2021-05-29T18:26:14.564Z</published><updated>2021-05-29T18:28:55.096Z</updated><content type="xhtml" xml:base=""><div xmlns=""> <p>I few weeks ago, walking through town, I happened on some folks offering weekly deliveries of organic produce. (They have several locations in the UK and a couple in Europe, but they never use air freight.) This was our first box. Yum! </p><div class="image"><a href=""><img src="" alt="[Photo]"/></a></div> </div></content></entry></feed>