Course Correction, Correction
Despite thinking that creating every post with a number instead of a title was a good idea, I am reverting back to the no title to subtitle format. I will save the post number format for each centenary post, the next one will be when I hit the 500th. (Edit – Fuck it, I’ll stick with the original plan!)
The Creeping Doubt.
I had a few hours work come my way yesterday. The morning was spent moving some motorcycles around, the evening with a computer installation. There was a little cash and an old laptop as payment. I like the barter system. I also managed to send out an email previewing the upcoming ELMS 4 Hour race at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend. Nothing earned but improved writing skills. I have an overwhelming feeling that I need to ramp up my digital detox efforts. I have books that need to be read, and podcasts that need to be listened to.
The second wave is coming in fast, I will continue to maintain social media radio silence.
Here is a picture of a McLaren 675LT Spider that I spotted in Canterbury yesterday. That is all.
The GMA T.50 Supercar.
Joe Rogan speaks out against anti-vaxxers.
Just a couple of things to do today. First up, take Karta to the skatepark. Second, collect some supplies from the timber yard. I will continue to work on my digital detox by reducing my smartphone use to the bare minimum.
As I make the move away from social media, I have been thinking about the best format for this blog and the posts within it. So, going forward, I will only have the post number as the main title, with a heading in the body of the post itself as the headline for the post itself; similar to what I have done here.
I have also been thinking of writing more in the way of long-form articles and missives on my blog. I feel that I need to utilise this page a lot more than I have been doing of late, so be prepared for verbal vomit.
That is all.
Boris Johnson is considering new lockdown measures in England should there be a second wave of coronavirus infections.
Plans are being assessed after a rise in Covid-19 cases forced the prime minister to slow the lockdown easing on Friday, with proposed relaxations for the leisure and beauty sectors delayed. Read the full article by clicking here.