So yeah, back to last night. A total lunar eclipse happened and I was super excited about it. I was finally able to properly collimate my telescope and got it set up just in time for the eclipse to happen. I also have a T-Ring mount for my camera which allows me to mount my Canon Rebel EOS T2i on it and basically use my telescope as a giant telephoto lens.
A lot of you may know I'm super into retro looking typography stuff. That's pretty much how I've made a name for myself. A thing I learned early on in my career was how to make super custom, retro-looking, typography pieces. Which was totally awesome because obviously, being a fan of that style meant that I progressed enough and became skilled enough that I could design things in that style.
About 2 months ago, my beloved MacBook Pro suffered a GPU failure. It was about a sudden and unexpected as one can imagine. Being a person who does not like to work in the same coffee shop for more that 2 hours at a time, I became heavily dependent on my MacBook to be able to allow me to do all the work I needed to do, regardless of where I was. Luckily for me though, I had a base-level Mac Mini at home that I mainly used for recording music and what-not. Since I still needed a computer to do stuff in the mean time, my Mac Mini became my work computer of sorts while I figured out what to do with my MacBook.
Television, along with my will to watch it, is dead. The reason being is that there just isn't as much quality programming available to pique my interest anymore. Also I just don't have the time or patience to sit for long periods of time doing nothing constructive. Lately I've been finding my urge to create things has greatly surpassed any will to do anything unproductive for an extended period of time. Which is also why I rarely, if ever spend time in theaters watching movies. Don't get me wrong though.