Made this sketch yesterday, and found myself too tired to finish. I’ll try and do that today.

I gave micro.blog three weeks to settle into my life. I’m not impressed, I’m sorry to mention. It feels too much like a service in beta. I’ll keep posting on my blog, but delete the iOS apps for a few months. In the New Year I’ll reinstall them, and try again for a few weeks.

Today’s drawing is a mix of digital pastels and photo manipulation. Yeah, I didn’t have enough time for a full drawing.

Tip, since micro.blog doesn’t have a search feature, use Google instead. My favorite search query on Google Image search:

guinea pig site:micro.blog

I find it peculiar that people on the IndieWeb, so averse towards others owning their content, use proprietary hardware, which basic design is owned by a few companies, preying on people’s materialism and fashion sense. IndieWeb idealism has a very narrow scope, it seems to me.

Now I have a solid base, the rest should be easy, right? Or maybe not.

I’m puzzled by Apple’s move to introduce new (additional) devices running iOS. Wasn’t the whole point of the iPhone that it had everything in one little device, unifying several devices into one? What has changed?

Let it broil in the mind for a while longer, to foster creativity and whimsy. This idea of non-commitment bumps around in my head right now.