As in the writing world, the best way to capture some ideas is the attempt to transfer (or "dump") as much details from a topic within your cranium to your paper or device. In my personal experience, I find this especially helps my future self when recalling back to where my past self left off with a specific task. Whenever I didn't capture enough information while it was fresh in my head as I was leaving the office, I ended up paying for it the next day/week. With enough captured information, I can jump back into a particular idea/task almost instantly... but that could just be me too.
At last. The cybertruck (or "CYBRTRK") has been unveiled. I was once of the many hundreds of thousands, possibly millions, that pushed past their normal bedtime hours due to the overwhelming excitement.
Being a “90s kid,” I got the original PlayStation (aka PS1) as a gift and grew up with classic titles. These titles ranged from Crash Bandicoot to Destruction Derby as well as Spyro and Rally Cross. However, it wasn’t until my pre-teens (the PS2 already out at the point) that I discovered Driver.
Every weekday involves a mostly-awakened self getting into his fossil-fuled Dart and heading to/from work in Northwestern New Brunswick, Canada. However, the last one to two years also included Tesla/EV (Electric Vehicle) related podcasts filling myself with hopes of someday owning a Tesla/EV:
I love BandLab and, as far as I know, BandLab most certainly loves me.