This is it for now, I suppose.
Goodbye, New York
So long so soon.
It’s strange to think that you accumulate all this experience, and maybe a little wisdom, and it just goes away. So I really want to believe something survives, that maybe your consciousness endures.
But on the other hand, perhaps it’s like an on-off switch, click! And you’re gone.
Maybe that’s why I never liked to put on-off switches on Apple devices. —
Steve Jobs on death and the afterlife. This is the last paragraph of Issacson’s biography. (via minusmanhattan)
For some reason the idea of the off switch and a fast goodbye is far more comforting.
I put the treadmill incline on 15 this morning and just remembered.
I don’t think there’s a grade in this town I haven’t scaled. Ten years of climbing is a long time. Long enough to be part of you.
And uphill is easier in heels, than down.
Bring the slope.
Photo: Szymek S.
Always get em gruesos
I am excited to get back to many things in San Francisco. These chips are some of them.
YES THEY HAVE